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Spin off from Digg.com

Discussion in 'Social Networks' started by z00pedup, May 22, 2006.

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    edit sorry repost

    http://forums dot digitalpoint dot com/showthread.php?t=37384
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    z00pedup, May 22, 2006 IP
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  2. mad4

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    I am always amazed that nobody has a digg service. A company could manage a few hundred logins and disable cookies as well as using different IP's and spam digg very well.

    Of course you would need to only promote good stories in order to not get your accounts banned.

    At the end of the day if the story is lame it won't get to page one no matter how many spam diggs it gets. The algo is cleverer than it looks.
     
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  3. z00pedup

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    yes I agree and my point is definatly not to degrade the quality of diggs

    But if you have a good story its still hard to get it digg'd

    If you get a few diggs from diggme.com *example* other diggers on the digg site will notice and hopefully check out your news..

    Im just throwing ideas up in the air here.. if it was a full proof plan I wont go posting it on a huge webmaster forum now would I! ;)
     
    z00pedup, May 22, 2006 IP