Digg is committed to sharing the most interesting — and most talked about — stories on the internet. Using virtual thumbs-ups from Digg users — called, what else? diggs — Facebook shares and tweets for a story, Digg determines how to populate its home page. Digg also operates as an RSS reader, so you can add the feeds you want to read into your Digg account, keeping all of your reading organized in one place. For bloggers, Digg can generate traffic, so make sure your social media buttons let your readers “digg” your work.
Feedly knows it’s simpler to read all your favorite content in one place, and they know it’s even more fun to read it in a visually pleasing space. Collect your favorite blogs and websites and organize them with Feedly, a beautifully organized RSS reader, so you can read what you want, without zig-zagging around the Internet and wasting time with needless clicks.