Crack the Digg.com algorithm

Further, Cristian strives to break the average number of Diggs needed for the story in order to get into the Digg.com homepage: For each category: you need to get the quantity on the homepage *Technology & ndash; takes about 50 excavators, but may reach 90 One. *Science & ndash; takes about 65-70 excavators, but can reach 85. *Game & ndash; takes about 35-50 diggers, but it can reach 60.

Yesterday we looked at the new changes in the Digg.com algorithm, which made it harder for the story to enter the Digg homepage, basically filtering out the unqualified Diggs and adding more value to the overall Digg.com experience.

Today, Cristian Mezei delved into the new excavation system, and the speed of voting, the ranking of excavators, the number of comments and the number of burials can all play an important role in finding a story of DiggRank.

As Neil Patel pointed out yesterday, stories submitted to certain categories may be more difficult to access the Digg homepage than other categories.

Further, Cristian strives to break the average number of Diggs needed for the story in order to get to the Digg.com homepage:

For each category:

, the quantity you need to get on the homepage
*Technology (and subcategories) & ndash; requires about 50 excavators, but may reach 90. *Science (and subcategories) & ndash; requires about 65-70 excavators, but can reach 85. *World & Business (and subcategories) & ndash; requires approximately 80-90 excavators, but it may reach 100.

*Sports (and sub-categories) & ndash; takes about 30-40 excavators, but it can reach 50. * Video (and sub-categories) & ndash; takes about 55-60 digging, but it can reach 80. * Entertainment (and sub-categories) & ndash; takes about 50-55 digging, but it can reach 70.