Whats all the noise about Digg?

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Hi there,
People make so much noise about Digg.com. Yet when I joined today, it has not brought traffic to my website. Not one visitor.

Frankly speaking, its a biggggggggggg disappointment.

Anyone there share my dismay?
#internet marketing #digg #noise
  • Profile picture of the author CSwrite
    Grandstar - Digg can be incredibly powerful, but it takes the right kind of content to get a lot of diggs.

    Could I ask what you submitted?

  • Profile picture of the author Steve Taylor
    Maybe they didn't "digg" what you wrote about.
    Digg is tech savvy, you have to write something along those line, or something new and ground breaking, or something extremely funny or viral.

    Also, think different...I was on a fishing forum today and someone took a picture of a rock along the side of the river...it looked just like a human skull...it got a lot of views...

    The big bang experiment is going to blast off sometime today...a little late for that one but you get the idea.

    There's also ways to get diggs to help push you up the ladder.
    Search the forum here for digg posts.

    • Profile picture of the author jimewing2121
      Yes digg can be very good for you. The first day I used it I got 23 more clicks then usual. But since then I have been struggling. It seems like there is so much content on there that it is hard to be original.
  • Profile picture of the author grandstar
    I wrote on dog training! If they don't digg my post, I don't digg them either!
    • Profile picture of the author Steve Taylor
      Originally Posted by grandstar View Post

      I wrote on dog training! If they don't digg my post, I don't digg them either!
      Dog training?....sorry, that won't cut it on digg.
      Not unless you took a video of your dog typing shakespeare

  • Profile picture of the author grandstar
    Cswrite, you joined in August 2008 and you've already made 126posts! You're the man! I mean woman.

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