Digg.com is testing a new approach to monetizing its content this week, with the introduction of a platform that would let users Digg advertisements or bury them just as they do with news content. According to the The approach is somewhat similar to one implemented by Facebook a while ago, though in this case Digg users are already heavily engaged with voting on content they see on the site. Electronic Arts and Intel will be among the first advertisers to use the product, which will be in beta for the next few months.