Telegraph tops Digg list
The Daily Telegraph has had more stories submitted to Digg, the social news website for sharing content, than any other UK newspaper site.
It lost out to Times Online in StumbleUpon, but the Telegraph has had more stories submitted overall, and has had more stories that made it to the front pages of Digg.
Submisions to Digg
The table shows the number ofÂ results at Digg, using its 'URL only search' to show how many stories were sumbitted from the URLs of the main weekday papers' sites.
Clicking on the links will take you the search results at Digg for all stories. The table is, however, ranked by stories that made it to Digg's front pages (ie popular stories on Digg).
|Newspaper site||Stories Digged - all Diggs||Stories Digged - front page Diggs only||Most Diggs on a story|
All 8 sites have a Digg button on their news stories (unlike with StumbleUpon, where the Times and Sun had most submissions, despite not haveing an SU button on their pages).
Diggs vs visitors
Digg numbers will be affected by visitors. The table belows shows the ABCes figures for visitors in December 2008 (the FT doesn't publish this figure).Â The final column shows the number of front-page Diggs per million visitors.
The figures could be misleading - as it compares every Digg ever made with traffic levels in one month. But it seems to show that visitors to the Telegraph and Mail do a much better job at getting people to Digg their pages.
|Newspaper site||Front page Diggs||Million users||Diggs per million users|