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Title: Digg rigged
Post by: Mikhail Simkin on February 11, 2008, 07:29:51 PM
You may beleive that Digg fairly promotes webpages based on the number of diggs? I have a proof that this is not the case.

Yesterday I registered a small stream of referrals to my website from Digg. I followed the link in my access log and arrived at http://digg.com/all/design/upcoming/most where my "artist or ape" page was in the left column on the fourth place with 32 diggs. However, it was absent in the right column "hot in design" which they include in feeds. At the same time "hot" column included pages with only 4 diggs. Somehow for Digg 4 diggs is hot but 32 is not.

At the moment my webpage is absent even from the left column, but I saved a screenshot http://reverent.org/webarchive/digg-design-upcoming.jpg

Here is what my webpage finally got on Digg

http://digg.com/design/An_artist_or_an_ape

51 diggs, 4 comments

In contrast, on the Spanish language social bookmark site

http://meneame.net/story/un-artista-o-un-mono

it got 378 meneos and 99 comentarios and was on their front page for many hours. This is despite that my page is in English.

Some weird things must be happening on Digg.
Title: Re: Digg rigged
Post by: CortezTod on March 12, 2017, 08:38:27 PM
If so, what should I do?
Title: Re: Digg rigged
Post by: Herryquiz on March 23, 2017, 01:04:29 AM
I know a whole lot more.
Title: Re: Digg rigged
Post by: Onisaki on April 27, 2017, 09:09:12 PM
This information is very helpful to me.
Title: Re: Digg rigged
Post by: gagakiller on May 07, 2017, 09:29:13 AM
We are studying this as well.





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