People Like Chicken Nuggets & Other Things We Learned From Facebook

At Digg, they strive to understand what it means when you Digg, Like, Tweet, and LinkedIn Share, so that they can determine what people are most interested in reading about. Unaffected by optimization or online tricks that publishers use to drive traffic to their site, these stories are the most likely to represent popular sentiment. A scalable human curation is taking effect, and this infographic created by Columnfivemedia with Digg shows how they’re just getting started.

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