Good news for the Google, Facebook, Yahoo and Twitter user because they can access social networking site, Digg with their own id. This Social news website is working on a complete revamp, this news is revealed by the CEO of Digg, Jay Adelson and he added that over the coming weeks and months, it will be rolled out. The forthcoming refurbish of Digg will focus rather than dilute the site’s specialist audiences.
Digg will support four other providers i.e. Google, Facebook, Yahoo and Twitter. To make easier registration for dig, supporting outside services were on focus to identify providers. Adelson said, “The bottom line is, the people who curate this stuff are you guys”,” One size fits all just doesn’t work anymore, and I need more signals to organize this content. So from now on, [for] Digg buttons, you no will longer have to log in to click that Digg button. There will be instant Digging. If you’re on another Web site, you click that button, [and] there’s no more waiting.”
Digg offers you online communities, services, interesting insight, etc. Digg’s Bill Shupp announced “@anywhere makes it easier for site owners to have rich integrations with Twitter without having to visit twitter.com. Digg is looking forward to supporting @anywhere in our upcoming release.” He also added “But that’s not all we’ve been up to on the third party integration front. Before we started down the path of re-writing our infrastructure last fall, we decided to take a fresh look at our login and registration options.“
The most popular social networking site on the net is Google with 87.9% of user, after that, Facebook with 75.5 %, Yahoo with 51.9 %, and Twitter with 51.1 %. With the help of the OpenID support, you can also register in Digg, if you are the user of MySpace, AOL and myOpenID. If you want to login in your Digg account for that you have to write your email ID and password, then click on ‘login’ button. You can also register yourself by click on ‘I’m new to Digg’ option and do as per instruction.