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Plenty of research has been done via Digg’s API to study how stories make the homepage. We know the best time to submit to Digg, and we know the best categories and types of stories (e.g. top lists, how-tos and stories about Digg), but what has never been studied before is what happens after a link goes popular.
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from guyro 2415 Days ago #
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Fascinating study. There are very few quantative analyses of social media, and those that we do have shed a lot of light on what seems to be unpredictable, showing that there is a lot to be learned.

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from MattMcGee 2415 Days ago #
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Helluva job, Dan. Well done, and thanks.

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from danzarrella 2415 Days ago #
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thanks for the nice comments guys!

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