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Brent Csutoras takes a look (with plenty of screenshots) at the new "alpha" version of Digg. There are some interesting changes that may impact how search/social marketers use the site.
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from MattMcGee 1615 Days ago #
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I somehow also got an invite to the new Digg, which surprised me because I'm hardly a power user. As someone who doesn't spend a lot of time on digg, I would've never noticed some of the things Brent talks about in his post. But I do like what I see as a casual user.



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from tamar 1615 Days ago #
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I'd love to see this but ... the site is down!



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from babasave 1614 Days ago #
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1st thing to make sure in social media - be prepared for loads of traffic - :(



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from onreact 1612 Days ago #
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Too late and not enough of a change. Also suggesting "aplusk" as a trusted source is pitiful.



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from AlexeiL 1585 Days ago #
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Based on this article, on first look it does seem like it will be a nicer experience for the more casual user (if there is such a thing?)



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