Digg For Promotion

Discussion in 'Increasing Traffic' started by dieselpowered, Jun 18, 2007.

  1. giftedwon

    giftedwon Aspirant

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    its not even about digging your own stuff. i did other peoples as well. its all about putting your links in your profile. i get over 100 profile views a day and a good amount of traffic from digg to my forums
     
  2. Dave White

    Dave White Enthusiast

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    IMO there is no harm in trying out Digg. If you follow the things correctly you'll get good results form it.
     
  3. c4b

    c4b Aspirant

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    I got a thread post on Digg about a week ago.. I got about 6k uniques on that day and around 10 registrations. But our adsense earnings for that day was around 6 times more than we usually get.

    Like people have said, Digg won't hurt.. its actually pretty good (some people will link to you in their blogs and on forums if they think your story is interesting enough).. but don't expect every single user to register.
     
  4. Scooty

    Scooty Neophyte

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    I dugg a few blogs on my site and they showed up in Google in a few hours and it shocked me, so yeah, I'm going for it until it takes a turn for the worse.
     
  5. adigaskell

    adigaskell Adherent

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    Did you guys just digg your own things or did you digg 3rd party sites as well?
     
  6. ryangraff

    ryangraff Neophyte

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    Re:

    I'm also using Digg.com for my site promotion, but didn;t get so much benefit from this. Yes , I got 3-5 visitor and 5 digg for my site. Please suggest, will it hamper my site if I'm using Digg directly for my site not for site blog or site articles?
     
  7. m1k30rz

    m1k30rz Aspirant

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    I use it a lil bit but its not too useful I dont think, best just for getting google to see your new site ;)
     
  8. ge0rge

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    actually got this to work really well 2 days ago, i put up streaming links for the liverpool v aston villa game on my site and submitted them to digg. when i went to check after having dinner i found that in just an hour and a half the page i uploaded to digg was on the first page of google for 'liverpool aston villa stream', and that i had picked up 20 members. that may seem like a small amunt for some, but before i only had 3!:yippee:
     
  9. Truelyana

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    I've just submitted my site to Digg, and I there is quite a number of guests on my site right now, from it I believe. We'll see what it brings. Would be nice to attract some new members. :)
     
  10. dekard

    dekard Participant

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    Remember, for most sites the Digg effect is cumulative. So, be patient and you'll be rewarded.
     
  11. Truelyana

    Truelyana Enthusiast

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    I understand. I also decided to digg the most popular topics, on the forum. I have noticed a couple of guests, lurking in those topics.
     
  12. dekard

    dekard Participant

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    Sure, and if you have new articles or blogs that you post make sure you digg those as soon as you post them. My CMS allowed me to put a digg link on every article and forum thread. So, I've done that and so the users can digg those if they like them.

    Now, I did make sure that those digg links on the articles weren't too obnoxious and on the forums they are downright subtle!
     
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