IndustryThe Future of Social News

In this video of Kevin’s presentation at the Future of Web App Expo London 2008, Kevin talks about the future of social news and digg. There are lots of interesting nuggets of information in this presentation.

The Future of Web Apps returns to Miami, February 23-24 2009, with speakers including Michael Arrington, Daniel Burka, Jason Fried, Joel Spolsky, and Gary Vaynerchuk.

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  1. There is no doubt to the power of being more social, especially from a business (marketing) point of view.

    Thanks for the advice, and the great in-sight.

  2. CathyA on April 3, 2009 at 8:42 am said:

    Digg still has a great future in the social media. Interesting to see what the future will bring for them and other sites!

  3. male enhancement pills on March 16, 2009 at 11:04 pm said:

    I think Digg is definitely here to stay. Some great info. here. I am really going to look forward in the next decade to see where these Social Communities will take us !!

  4. youallnome on February 26, 2009 at 12:49 pm said:

    Excellent video!
    Also great to see the big boys over at digg admitting to getting some things wrong. It was a great presentation with some excellent advice.

    There is no doubt to the power of being more social, especially from a business (marketing) point of view.

    Thanks for the advice, and the great in-sight.
    Wishing you the very best.

    Sincerely,
    John Adams

  5. youallnome on February 26, 2009 at 5:49 pm said:

    Excellent video!Also great to see the big boys over at digg admitting to getting some things wrong. It was a great presentation with some excellent advice.There is no doubt to the power of being more social, especially from a business (marketing) point of view.Thanks for the advice, and the great in-sight.Wishing you the very best.Sincerely,John Adams

  6. It seemed like Mixx was catching on for awhile, but perhaps Yahoo Buzz?

    Kevin makes it sound like DIgg is making steps in interesting, if positive directions.

  7. It seemed like Mixx was catching on for awhile, but perhaps Yahoo Buzz?Kevin makes it sound like DIgg is making steps in interesting, if positive directions.

  8. Facebook & Twitter are hot now, any ideas what will come next?

  9. Facebook & Twitter are hot now, any ideas what will come next?

  10. rondostar on February 19, 2009 at 12:16 am said:

    Really great info. I feel like this new philosophy is gonna be great. I have been questioning digg's relevance in the social marketing realm lately, and this is a really good response to my doubts. Sorry, I had doubts.

  11. rondostar on February 19, 2009 at 5:16 am said:

    Really great info. I feel like this new philosophy is gonna be great. I have been questioning digg's relevance in the social marketing realm lately, and this is a really good response to my doubts. Sorry, I had doubts.

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