Jun 25

Digg is a community site offered to users worldwide. With the emergence of Digg’s version 4, many developments are said to arise and to give contentment to the users. The New homepage will be available titled “My News” and would let you view news feed and the updates on the friend that you follow. There will also be a tool for you to even customize your own news feed.

Matt Van Horn, Digg’s head development, promises an improvement in the focus of Digg. Now, Digg will not only focus on the top choices but would also make use of the grassroots and the other niches in the Digg community.

Hundreds of people are controlling the large percentage of the Digg’s homepage. Moreover, a user may personalize his homepage to his liking. With the purpose to serve all is users, Digg has been creating programs that would help and gain the interest of its users.

Digg is actually an important traffic source for sites. And it has the reputation that Digg is only focusing on the elite niche in the community such as the consultants, marketers and passé. But with the new version 4 of the Digg, it promises to serve other users not only the elite ones.

Digg have undergone many problems with regards to its internal management. Significant employees quit their jobs either for personal self searching or to search for greener pasture. Many layoffs were even made that news about Google and News Corporation courting the community site to be bought was spread out.

The best source of fund for Digg is its heyday traffic that media companies buy from the influential users of Digg. It is even capable of providing $3,000- $5,000 monthly simply for the services that it can offer the media companies. However even though this has still goes on, the rates have dropped.

These challenges are the reasons why Digg decided to have the version 4. It will end the power users in the Digg but would eventually improve its offered services. IT Support

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