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question about digg

Discussion in 'Social Networks' started by Lorelei, Jan 29, 2011.

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    i was wondering... if i dugg a post of mine, and it remained with just 1 dig for a few weeks, and then, suppose it became popular and many people dug it, does it have a chance to make it to the front page?
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    Lorelei, Jan 29, 2011 IP
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  2. Gunsmith

    Gunsmith Peon

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    No, after 24 hours it loses a chance to become popular
     
    Gunsmith, Jan 29, 2011 IP
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    It's going to be very rare that that situation would happen; if it did then it would be likely that suddenly the story you posted gained more national attention. Even in that case, someone else would post a newer and more relevant version of the story and that would be the one to end up on the front page.
     
    Steve Marino, Jan 29, 2011 IP
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    mrmins Active Member

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    As I understand it right after you Digg a post you are near the top. You start falling off the first page within an hour because of all the people using Digg. After a while, usually a day or two you'll start falling even more. Say you're on page 2, you'll fall to page 5, then 12 & so on.

    It is best to start getting fellow members of Digg as your friends there, so if they like your submissions they can Digg it as well.
     
    mrmins, Jan 29, 2011 IP
  5. MikeBuyco

    MikeBuyco Member

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    You need to have 24 hours continues diggs so that it will continue to rise in front page of digg.
     
    MikeBuyco, Jan 29, 2011 IP
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    neha.sharma Greenhorn

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    #6
    i do agree to @mrmins, she is correct. i have experienced the same.
     
    neha.sharma, Jan 31, 2011 IP
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    like everyone else is saying after 24hrs it will not be able to make it to the front page.
     
    Sythx09, Jan 31, 2011 IP
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    If you have a pretty big following at digg, i think you could get enough support to digg it to the top. It's funny how their algorithm works, coz it looks more like a "SORT BY date DESC, digg count DESC" kind of order
     
    exilonv, Feb 1, 2011 IP
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    its depends on your network, how much contact in your digg account how they engaged on digg.. and other all thing..depend on Digg criteria
     
    julietevents, Feb 1, 2011 IP