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How Infographics Pwned digg

April 9, 2014

We obviously know infographics totally rule and this infographic shows how they “pwn” digg. An infographic has a 30.4 percent chance of receiving more than 100 diggs. Compare that to any submission which only has a 0.41 percent chance of receiving more than 100 diggs.

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Reddit vs. Digg

November 11, 2013

Reddit and Digg are two well-known and commonly used social media websites. This infographic compares the two sites together with statistics compiled from a two week period in July. Read on to learn more!

Who Likes What: Social Media By Demographic

Who Likes What: Social Media By Demographic

October 9, 2013

Breakdown of the top social networking sites including Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Digg, StumbleUpon and YouTube by gender, age, income, and education. Source

How to Use Social Media Sites

How to Use Social Media Sites

August 9, 2013

With some creativity all social media sites can be used to promote your business. Find out how. Source

People Like Chicken Nuggets & Other Things We Learned Facebook

People Like Chicken Nuggets & Other Things We Learned Facebook

August 5, 2013

At Digg, we strive to understand what it means when you Digg, Like, Tweet, and LinkedIn Share, so that we can determine what people are most interested in reading about. Most, recently, we have found the most compelling data lies in a user’s Facebook Timeline. Unaffected by optimization or online tricks that publishers use to […]

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What’s Hot On Digg

June 11, 2013

n some niches (namely technology, news, and entertainment — although there are others), Digg is still a top player in the social media world. Getting your story or blog post on Digg’s front page can equal a boatload of traffic. And despite the fact that many have said they have a hard time converting this […]

Digg (The Story of)

Digg (The Story of)

May 19, 2013

Founded in 2004 by Kevin Rose, Digg struggled at first but eventually became a huge force on the internet as Power Users “Dugg” stories that they did like, and “buried” stories that they didn’t like, which many thought was unfair. Digg went through a major redesign in 2010 to clam everyone down. This infographic tells […]

Social Network Demographics

Social Network Demographics

April 23, 2013

Twitter, MySpace, Digg, StumbleUpon and YouTube by gender, age, income, and education. Source

The 2011 CMO’s Guide To The Social Landscape

January 7, 2013

CMO.com teamed up with SEO firm 97th Floor to create this interesting infographic, showing which social networks are best for various organizational, CRM and marketing goals. What is better Digg or Reddit to drive traffic to your website? Is Tumblr good for SEO? If you’re doing any social media marketing and these questions are part […]

The Reddit Invasion

The Reddit Invasion

November 15, 2012

Since Reddit launched in 2005 it has grown to become one of the largest and most loved news/content aggregators in the world. A treasure trove of sub cultures and memes for users of all interests and a very supportive community are all part of the special sauce that makes Reddit so successful. Source

Politics As Usual?

Politics As Usual?

October 9, 2012

Digg has made a new goal to issue metrics on a monthly basis to share what they’re learning from Digg Newsrooms. These metrics will include insights into: hot topics in the Digg political newsroom, what people are reading, activity on Digg and other social networks, and the most popular referral sites. Source

Reddit VS. Digg

Reddit VS. Digg

August 30, 2012

This infographic compares the popularity between the websites digg and reddit. It looked at what was posted on these two sites within a two week period to see which one got more traffic and hits as well as see what type of user posts the most content and information and when.