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Lame spam of the day: Digg + Facebook

Robert Weiner

I've seen two versions of this spam claiming to be verification of Facebook social sharing on Digg. One said it's a Facebook verification, the other a Digg verification. Enable Facebook social sharing, and share your Digg experience with your Facebook friends. Cheers, the Digg crew. Subject: Thank you for registering.

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Digg is Dying. Who are the Players Now?

Care2

Digg, the once beloved link-sharing site that power users were able to game has been dying a slow death over the past couple of years. Since January of 2011 Digg’s unique web visits have declined by more than 50% and gone from 9.4M Sites like Reddit.com have clearly benefitted from Digg’s demise.

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Will Digg Make a Category for Nonprofits?

Wild Apricot

With big changes in the works at Digg right now, what are the odds that the site might broaden its horizons, and add a separate category for nonprofits and social change? A fair number of solid stories from the nonprofit sector are submitted to Digg every day — but those stories tend to get lost in the crowd.

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Should there be A Nonprofit and Social Change Category on Digg?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I got a message from one of my readers, Ashley Messick, on Facebook about a recent post about Social Actions Twitter for Good Facebook Group and TwitterFeed Mashup I wanted to Digg post about Save the World with Twitter and wasn't quite sure how to categorize it when submitting. Wouldn't it be nice to have a place in Digg for nonprofit news?

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eMetrics Panel Slides, Notes, and Blog Posts: ROI of Blogging, Twitter, and Digg for Nonprofits

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I also wanted to blog both Laura's excellent Twitter Digg deck and Jon's concise and smart case study of Digg.   Tips, tools and stories from the trenches from three people who focus on online engagement and have more links, friends and followers than some small countries have citizens. tags: microblog analytics ).

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Do You Digg?

Museum 2.0

Digg is a website that supports and cultivates “the people’s choice” from the ground up. to Digg that they think are awesome. Other users do the same, and or check out these new “diggs” on the site via connections they have to other members, interest areas, or general browsing. There sure is. And what does the result look like?

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Online Discussion on June 23: Using Social Networks to Promote Good Causes

Robert Weiner

The speakers include: Danielle Brigida , the social-media outreach coordinator at the National Wildlife Federation, in Washington, DC where she manages the organization’s voice on online networks such as Facebook, MySpace, Care2, Change.org, Digg, and StumbleUpon. read more.