Google made its version of Digg-voting

    From the “laboratories” Google Labs rolled out a new service What's Popular - a ranking of relevant content based on its popularity. Each user can vote for their favorite news, video or photo (as well as add a new URL). By its logic, the service is similar to the well-known Digg , which Google could not buy.

    When ranking content, the activity of users and other Google services, including YouTube and Google Reader, is taken into account.

    What's Popular can also be installed as a gadget , which has already been done by 5000 users. In the comments, they note that the idea is good, but the service clearly lacks functionality.

    via Search Engine Journal

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