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Diply.com is now more popular than BuzzFeed and The Huffington Post

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Diply.com was launched just over a year ago in November 2013 and already it has become one of the most popular websites in the world. It has been dubbed as the “fastest growing website in internet history” by Compete.com and gets over 81 million unique visitors monthly on the site. It is currently more popular than Mashable, BuzzFeed and The Huffington Post. The site also claims “the world record for most Facebook “Likes” on a single website post”.

It’s global Alexa popularity rank is #111 when you type “diply.com” in the Alexa search bar but when you scroll over to the top 500 global sites, it’s listed ranked is #84. It is ranked in the top 40 in the US and the UK. The site has already passed Instagram in popularity in Canada.

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Screenshot taken from Alexa on Jan 15, 2015

Screen shot taken from Alexa on Jan 15, 2015, showing Diply.com global ranking

Another screen shot taken from Alexa on Jan 15, 2015, showing Diply.com global ranking

The founders are from London, ON and headed by a young CEO, Taylor Ablitt, a graduate from the Richard Ivey School of Business at Western University, Dean Elkholy, graduate of BA in Kinesiology at Western University and Gary Manning who has 15 years of experience in the technology industry.

What is Diply?

Diply.com is a GoViral Inc. website. It is a social platform that shares viral content like BuzzFeed with eye-catching headlines such as “19 Reasons Why Hamsters Should Be Your Role Model“. Readers can submit their own content and get it promoted on the site. They have a shopping section that resembles sites like DudeIWantThat.com and ThisIsWhyImBroke.com.

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Diply headlines

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Diply Shop (screenshot)

Diply.com is a Canadian success story in the digital publishing world and has a huge following from around the world with over 1.5 million on Facebook. According to Ledc.com, GoViral Inc. next project is DailyPulse.com, a site catered to male audiences, featuring stories about cars, sports and technology.

 

To learn about the company or to visit the site, go to: GoViral Inc. and Diply.com.

Article Sources:

1. ITBusiness.ca

2. TechAlliance.ca

3. PRWeb

4. Ledc.com

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