You already know that with WordPress you can get almost any functionality but did you know that you do not need Pligg or other specialized CMS to create a clone of Digg or menéame ]?
You can do it really easy, like everything in WordPress, with a simple plugin called " Vote it up ", a great system to add a voting system to your posts.
] Once you install it, a button with numbering is added to each post so that your readers can vote, both positively and negatively, and many more things that you can configure in the options panel of the plugin, such as the appearance of the button, which users can vote, etc.
To appear the button in your posts you must add the following code in the 'loop':
You can also use the most voted posts widget or add it directly in your template with this code:  In short, a very complete plugin that will add to your blog a really interesting functionality, especially indicated for sites of analysis of products, downloads or any element susceptible of valuation by your readers.
Following a post by Enrique Dans where he criticizes the little feedback generated by the post wagons in the real post (since the comments of meneame remain in … meneame) , the people of blogestudio had the idea (or the charge) to create a plugin (still in alpha phase) that allows inserting the comments that are made in meneame about the post in the same post, always and when it is in WordPress.
Obviously the main problem of the plugin is not the plugin itself but it links two different threads of conversation in one place, something that can get to confuse those who are in all this web 2.0 world
How it is in alpha phase, the plugin is only achieved by asking on the creators' site.
A few hours after the release of the new social network Yahoo Buzz a site like Digg or menéame where you can ] promote your stories so that, with luck, they get to the cover of, not already Buzz but of the same Yahoo homepage there is already a plugin to be able to vote for your blog posts and appearing in Yahoo Buzz .
The plugin WPBuzz developed by Travis Johnson even before the publication opened of Yahoo Buzz it is very easy to install – like any other, and also has options page for you to configure it to your liking.
Do not want to install more plugins? ]well, there's no problem either. In the page of Yahoo Buzz have enabled a good amount of buttons so you can socialize your posts by simply choosing the code to include in your template (usually in single.php ), and that you can see right here at the end of each article.
In the presentation of the service we are asked to promote articles from blogs that, in another post suggests as references on help blogs :
The service is just released and you will not find much news, but you can certainly fix that by promoting posts from WordPress Help or any of the other great blogs that are cited as required references.
See if Tensaiweb it improves a bit (plugin to suggest news, a new logo – the current one is horrible – and an interface improvement, some personalization), but the concept is great.