Digg Faster With The New Diggbar
Digging a story or any article has never been easier than now. The newly launched DiggBar improves upon the limitations of its earlier versions which required users to log back into the Digg site to Digg an article or story. The newly launched DiggBar doesn’t require users to log into the Digg site to Digg an article or story. They can do it from the destination site itself.
Implementation of this utility is extremely simple. Suppose you come across a good and interesting article on a website http://xyz.com and you would like to dig it. Instead of going back to the Digger page, you just need to place a “dig.com/” ahead of the original URL, and the page will have the DiggBar automatically placed across it. Therefore the new URL becomes http://digg.com/http://www.xyz.com/
On having the DiggBar added onto the page, you can directly Digg a story with just a single click. Users can read comments of only those stories that have been dug. Other than this, you can also check out the traffic of the page directly from DiggBar.
Some of the features of DiggBar are mentioned below:
- You can directly Digg from the destination site, you don’t need to go back to the main page and dig it from there.
- Creating a better and shortened URL using Digg helps efficient sharing on Facebook, Twitter or by e-mail. The best way to create a shortened URL is by adding “digg.com/” before the original URL.
- Comments can be posted and viewed from the page of the story itself. On clicking the “comment” button, it shows the latest comment, top comment and controversial comments all on the same page.
- You can also discover other stories related to the actual story.
- You can also check out more stories and that too from the same source
- The random button helps you discover some random stories