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• "Liking" content

DigitalJournal.com lets the audience sort the news rather than having editors tell readers what is important. Every article and image on DigitalJournal.com comes with a "Like" button that gives you the power to push it closer to the front page. As a group of people working together in a community, Likes are counted together. The more Likes an article or image receives, the longer and quicker it will appear on the front page. The Like button means you like the article, you think it is newsworthy and you believe it should be on the front page.

• Why your "Likes" matters

Without you, there would be no front-page news or images. We don’t want to meddle in the process of telling you what’s important, so instead we empower you to decide for the Digitaljournal.com community.
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If you like what you read, Like it. All of your Likes help to push an article or image you find important closer to the front page. The front page always reflects what the community wants to read, not what editors want to tell them. We also keep track of Likes. Once you've Liked something, you can click on the number of Likes to see who else Liked that article or image. You can also click on any other person’s name and look at the Events tab to see what content they've Liked recently. It’s a great way to interact in the community, as well as finding stories your friends enjoyed.

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