31% of Digg Homepage submitted by 10 Users

popfail.com wrote an interesting article this month revealing that 31% of the news made popular on the digg.com homepage was submitted by only 10 users. 10 users out of around 21 million or more is a very small number to control such a large share of popular stories.

When looking at the last 500 front page stories on Digg, the top 10 submitters controlled a mind-boggling 31.4% (157 out of 500). Some of the names on the list are regulars on the front page. A few have found new success using the new Digg Recommendation Engine.

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Author: on July 25th, 2008

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