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Sometimes I Feel Like....

Posted 10th November 2010 at 02:46 PM by crushthenet (Crushing the Net Blog with Cal Coleman)

What's the point?

I could write the most amazing piece of content ever right here but who would see it? I think that's the hard part about this internet stuff. The old adage "content is KING" is definitely partially true. Content is important and can be used in a multitude of ways. The problem for me is getting the eyeballs. If your content isn't AMAZING or SUPERB or HILARIOUS or SCANDALOUS it won't be at the top of DIGG.

So how do you get the eyeballs. How do
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Twitter Leaves Digg in Rear View Mirror

Posted 21st January 2009 at 06:37 AM by Chris Monty
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For the first time ever, Twitter has now passed Digg in U.S.-based traffic.

Twitter climbed to the #84 spot in market share last week while Digg landed at #85, according to new data just released by Hitwise. The data analysis company credits the heavy Twitter traffic related to the U.S. Airways crash into the Hudson River for helping bring the site over the edge. Twitter’s success is likely even larger than it appears here, too, as these figures do not take into account Twitter...
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How Does Digg Help You Find Good Headlines?

Posted 12th November 2008 at 10:45 PM by Robert Plank (Robert Plank's FREE Marketing, Copywriting and Programming Video Advice for Warriors)

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Digg is a social bookmarking site that Internet surfers use to share URLs of obscure news items or funny videos. Once a URL is posted, people can vote for a story, so when you read a new item that's on the front page of Digg, you know it's worthwhile because lots of people have voted it up. Fortunately for you as a copywriter, you can use Digg to inspire some really great headlines.

I had a copywriting friend who was asked...
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