If you do happen to get a story Dugg, play on the insane traffic you are already getting by putting a link at the bottom of your page saying something like: “if you liked this story, check out: X related story” make sure to add a picture or give it . If the idea is to get more traffic to generate more leads for a business, would that time not be better spent cold-calling companies, designing a direct mail flyer, putting together an email campaign - all of which are targeted marketing
If you can create some sort of Digg email list where you all help eachother out – well that would be handy wouldn't it. 5. Monitor other Front page stories. Look at what else is getting onto the front page. Do you have something
Stories are voted to the homepage and “shitty” content doesn't make it. Neil has calculated that the average homepage story gets 129 links, up to 10,000-100,000 visitors in 1 hour, and helps “tons” with “great branding”.
A not-so-confidential email was sent around earlier today showing off the new, redesigned Digg version 4and we've got a first look at it. The new front page is totally personalized, showing stories recently dugg by friends—there will be a section for the ridiculously popular stories elsewhere on Digg, but it'll be sequestered to a smaller area. Digging will thus work more like retweeting than traditional Diggs. You'll digg a story, it'll show up on your friends' pages, they'll
A link on the front page of Digg means tens of thousands of visitors to your site, so it's no surprise that people are setting up systems to game it. The.. 1. SHARES. Next Story . Hmmm Isn't this just another kind of link farm? What's interesting to see here is how people recycle the same techniques over and over (email spam -> affiliate fraud -> click fraud and now search spam -> digg spam) while the people running these systems never seem to anticipate them.
The story has a couple hundred diggs and I'm pretty pumped just to be on the home page for any amount of time. 6:05pm: I send an email off to Evan, Jim, and Matthew. After all, it isn't our 404 page that got dugg, Matthew's wonderfully helpful
My site (http://www.wii-linux.com/) was slashdotted and dugg at the same time yesterday, peaking at around 18000 pageviews. The server is a dedicated single processor xeon running I stopped 'advertising' on Digg even if I was kinda successful (one story a month on average on the front page). The reason? You get hit by thousands of people who : Then someone sent me an email with a link to the digg article. It's a mixed blessing, for sure - lots of attention, all at
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