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sábado, 20 de junho de 2009

Digg Largest Social Network In The World

The Internet has a huge amount of information, impossible to be organized by one person. We need an army of people to search among the millions of stories available on the Internet, to select another army which would be of interest to the average user, and a further battalion to report even if the filtering was well received by users. Welcome to, a news site powered by users, assembling thousands of people who want to send, review and write stories about everything that happens on the Internet. The Digg Slashdot without works as a publisher, and has a position to disseminate news fairly democratic. On Digg, users of the site decide about the content. In most cases, this stance seems to work very well. Kevin Rose, a former employee of TechTV, was the co-founder of Digg in December 2004. He had the help of Owen Byrne and Jay Adelson, respectively CEO and senior software engineer of Digg. Rose spent $ 1 thousand to develop and launch the, using open source software. Six months later, the site had about 25 thousand registered users. After a year, Digg has 80 thousand registered users and 500 thousand visitors per day. In May 2006, Digg has reached the mark of 300 thousand registered users and more than a million visitors per day, with 1,500 stories posted daily The huge Digg community is made up of users who make multiple tasks. People send stories collected in blogs, sites of professional news and random postings on the Internet. These stories come in the queue of Digg. Revisors casual look interesting things in the queue and do a "digg", which means they click a button to tell the news that you think interesting. When an article gets enough Diggs (and serves a number of requirements), it appears in the main page. Auditors are really dedicated to spend hours search the queues to promote good and eliminate the bad news (which might be removed from the site.) These people really decide what appears on the main page and make the thousands of people click on the news. Sometimes, the web servers that host the news are overloaded. Small sites and home servers may be paralyzed when they receive about 5 thousand visitors in two hours. HowStuffWorks even to identify when a story was published in, even if our servers are used to dealing with high traffic. When our normal increase of traffic statistics for thousands of clicks per hour in a single article, you can see who published the news: Slashdot, or Digg Farkas. Finally, there are the readers of Digg, which most users of the site and enjoy the benefits Digg promotes. In return, readers generate income from ads for Digg and give work to people who submit and review news. Some people may call it the revolutionary, but the basic functions of the site are very simple and intuitive. It is very easy to start using Digg. When you visit the homepage of, has been reading the news more popular. They were selected by a sufficient number of users to appear on the first page. If you want to read more than just the news from home, know the basic functions of Registration
You will spend five seconds to create an account. After registering, you can access all functions of the site and take an active role in the community.
Browse and select
Look for stories in the Digg queue and tell which site you would like to see the first page by clicking the "Digg" that is left of the title. Any news that you select is stored in your account to be read later. You just create a list of everything you selected. As more people choose the news, she has more chances to appear on the main page. You can also browse in the categories of each row.
If you want to make a comment, just click on "comments" that is below the description of the news. You can add your own comment at the end of the page. Selection As a user of Digg, your help is needed to tell stories again (they are allowed), incorrect links, news incorrect, old, with interesting content and spam. You can do this by clicking on the "problem" under each description of the news. When you have a story bounces (Buri) enough, it disappears from the Digg queue and is displayed in search results and profile of users.
Finally, you can publish a story on Digg and cheering for the other users to find interesting enough to appear on the main page. It wfor all to see. It can appear on the main page has "Diggs" sufficient or disappear if users do not like the news. These are the basic functions, but you can do much more on He is a mixture of general news site, blog and community. Some of its additional functions. Digg Spy: the Digg Spy shows the activity of in real time. You can see the news sent by, selected and reviewed. Social Bookmarks - add friends and see what they are doing through your profile page of Digg. Podcast - sign up in the Diggnation podcast to hear the news that the founders of Digg more like (see How does podcasting to learn more about this new media). Connections to blog - the Digg can publish your blog with one click if it is hosted on Typepad, Blogger, Live Journal, Moveable Type or Wordpress. Just click on the "blog story" below the description of the news. You can also add a button "Digg this" on your own blog so that readers submit stories to Digg automatically. There is a function created by Digg, but they do not care what people do that. RSS feed - Add Digg stories on your own site via RSS. You can select several options for publication. You can automatically add the news of the main page of Digg or news that you and your friends comment. Send news - you can send any news to a friend by e-mail by clicking on the "email this" below the description of the news. Block user - if you do not like publications or reviews of a particular user, you can block it. If this user is blocked by many people, it can be banned from the site. A lot happens in relation to the Digg users. By the administrators, there is a volunteer effort of a group that produces a very interesting site. The business strategy is also brilliant if you take into account the costs to pay people who do the same work. In the next section, we explore the internal operation of ould be great if you could do that. All you need do is click on "Submit a Story" in the upper left corner of the page, do a search to see if the news has already been published, write a title and short description of the news you are running. After that, the news already appears in the row of news the site.

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