Digg Clones Worth Checking Out
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Digg.com has become one of the hottest new websites in just this past year.It is largely a user-driven website, with thousands of visitors posting links to 3rd party articles, images, videos, and stories, every single day. The more popular the content, the more “diggs” (or votes) it will get, and the higher it will rank on digg’s homepage. Webpages with very popular content usually receive several thousand hits from digg daily.
Like any other successful enterprise (think of MySpace.com), digg.com has been emulated by many other websites, now collectively termed "digg clones." Some of these clones, however, have been able to stand on their own feet by offering new services or presenting content in new and creative ways. I have compiled here a list of 5 digg clones that have a good chance of succeeding in this relatively new, though already highly competitive, market.
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