Feb 25, 2012

Why Digg’s Rebound is Significant to Every Social Media Site Today
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Social Media

Via Scoop.itinternetbillboards

It’s difficult to imagine a world where Facebook is no longer important, Twitter was a fad, and Reddit stopped sending traffic, but the one thing that has been relatively constant in social media is that sites and the companies that run them are never “too big to fail.” Digg has been dying since their disastrous switch to V4 in August, 2010 and as trends have proven, there was no chance of a rebound. With a little help from Facebook and improvements in their functionality, Digg is on its way towards doing the impossible – being a social media site that fell from grace but pulled itself back up with a positive turn.
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