Of Apple Users, Geeks, George Bush and the Politics of Digg, Part 2

Part 1 of this article is here, just in case you missed it.

Because we only received 12 DIGGs to reveal the research we have done on DIGG, we will not be submitting Part 2 at this time.

However, we will give our readers one more chance.  In order for us to submit part 2 of our article on our site, we will require that this segment, even though it has little content relative to the first, get at least 40 DIGGs.

Upon receiving 40 DIGGs, part 2 will be disclosed.

We will give you a clue however.  DIGG buries articles that reveal their secrets, so you have to want the answers to their secrets to DIGG despite the fact they will make every attempt to BURY this message.

Have fun!

George Bush And How To Get More Diggs

Are there ways to get more DIGGs? Indeed there are. It has been noticed that something as simple as the title can make all the difference. Key words like “Apple” and “Geek” are often found in titles for articles with numerous DIGGs. Or playing up to who the readers love and hate can help.  For example, it has been discovered that just posting articles that bash George Bush can have incredible success.  However, that isn’t enough, and the real truth on how to get more DIGGs is rather interesting.

We have often wondered about DIGG.COM. The reason? It is such a strong phenomenon. DIGG started as a web site for bloggers to help find other bloggers. A neat idea, but it has expanded hugely and its popularity has exploded. Once commercialized and popular, though, the rules for accumulating DIGGs changed dramatically.

We would expect this to be the case that as such a site advances in popularity.  Obviously, there are major challenges and opportunities for a site such as DIGG. We have accumulated a number of ways to improve your hit rate and an article to explain how DIGG works in the newer more commercial internet.

Our part 2 will tell you more! If you would like us to continue our story, please DIGG this article.

Of Apple Users, Geeks, George Bush and the Politics of Digg

Are there ways to get more DIGGs?  Indeed there are.  It has been noticed that something as simple as the title can make all the difference.  Key words like “Apple” and “Geek” are often found in titles for articles with numerous DIGGs.  Even hating the right person can get you in.  Articles that attack George Bush are quite popular, even though they likely never get read.  However, that isn’t enough, and the real truth on how to get more DIGGs is rather interesting.

We have often wondered about DIGG.COM.  The reason?  It makes no statistical or logical sense that their system could work on a large scale.  DIGG started as a web site for bloggers to help find other bloggers.  A neat idea, but not a commercial one or one that could work on a large scale.   Once commercialized and popular, everything that gets “DUGG” is suspect.  And many so-called blogs now are full blown commercial web sites.  They are no longer the friendly blogs used by individuals to express themselves that they used to be.

We would expect it to be the case, given these circumstances, that as a site such as DIGG advances in popularity, a few successful blogs’ articles would repeatedly grace its top rankings and the masses would generally get ignored.  We would expect, over time, the model for getting DIGGs would change quite dramatically, and indeed it has. Our part 2 will tell you more!  If you would like us to continue our story, please DIGG this article.

DIGG buried it because they don’t want you to know.

Bush Executive Order Gave Authority For Undisclosed Attacks In Muslim Territory

A breaking news just came out from the New York Times with the premise that undisclosed attacks on Al Qaeda are being authorized under secret order. Here’s a link to the article.