Why can't I find any of my sites (and I've submitted them) on those two sites when I use the search function? (I've triple checked that I'm using the correct keywords) Also, I wouldn't consider my behaviour there as spamming by no means.
On reddit you can see the pages you've submitted by clicking on your user name and then the submitted tab. On digg click Profile, and then the submitted tab. Neither site has the greatest search functionality, but I'd be surprised if your submissions were gone.
They're there alright, but when I submit and then head to "new" section (talking about delicious and reddit.com, not Digg), it's not there. So how they publish my site and how it gets popular is beyond me
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