Digg 3.0 Launched

June 28, 2006 by  


has rolled out a public beta of version 3 of the service on Monday. The new version has expanded its coverage beyond technology and now includes several newly added categories from Business, Entertainment, Science and Gaming.

Digg is also branching out into YouTube territory by allowing its visitors to digg online videos.

Another significant update is the change in the design and placement of their Google AdSense ads.

Their AdSense ads are looking a little different from what the normal publishers have. The reason for this is because the digg probably have the premium publisher status.

The premium publisher program is for very large publisher with at least 20 million page views per month but that’s not a concrete number. They can also negotiate their price and once a pay rate is agreed, a contract between both parties is signed.

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