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Digg Releases Digg Reader

Digg Releases Digg Reader

As promised, Digg, the Social Bookmarking service, has released their alternative to Google Reader, aptly named Digg Reader. The announcement comes via an update to their existing mobile app. Strangely, Digg.com offers no clue as to what's been made available.

Digg Updates Digg 3.0 Mobile App

Digg Updates Digg 3.0 Mobile App

Digg, the social bookmarking website, released an updated version of their mobile app. Their entire service, website and mobile platform were recently overhauled. This is a minor update that addresses some specific issues and features.

Version 3.0.1

This update includes:

Digg Launches New Website, App, Integrates Facebook and Twitter in Scoring

Digg Launches New Website, App, Integrates Facebook and Twitter in Scoring

Digg (http://www.digg.com) has launched a completely new website, app and mobile version. The new Digg is being referred to as v1.

The company's blog post gave a sneak peak and took us through the motivation for completely rebuilding Digg and what will be coming. Digg states that the new Digg will be a beautiful, image-friendly, and ad-free experience."

DiGG Your Business

DiGG Your Business

Once you start writing and publishing new blogs and articles to your website, there are certain websites where you should promote your posts to share them and attract visitors. We have talked about Social Networks like Facebook, Twitter and Google+. Another form of social media that should not be overlooked is Social Bookmarking, and DiGG is an example. 

Social Bookmarking is similar to the bookmarking feature you may use in your web browser where you visit a site and then bookmark it to save the link for future reference.