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How does the Digg feature work?

Victor Jeffrey Serote
posted this on October 22, 2010, 8:36 PM

When you click the Digg link below the headline of a article, your submission will appear in  Digg's “Upcoming Stories” area, where other Digg members can find it and, if they like it, Digg it as well.  

Once a submission has earned a critical mass of Diggs, it becomes “popular” and jumps to the Digg homepage in its category. If it becomes one of the most popular, it qualifies as a “Top 10”. If a submission doesn't receive enough Diggs within a certain time period, it eventually falls out of the “Upcoming” section.

To find out more about how Digg works, go to the "How Digg Works" page at

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