IAre there any similiar websites to DIGG?
I like DIGG , Delicious and Rate it all. All these websites are great. I just "add link" from my hubpages and submit. I don't want to write in other revenue sharing web. Are there any websites similiar to these webs? I just want to "add link" , that's all.
I think Reddit is similar, you can add a link but more discussion goes on on Reddit than Digg.
Yes. Reddit is similar to it. but digg would be fine for seo. i am recommending digg
Some websites similar to Digg are:
1. Stumble Upon: Really beautiful website, and as good as Digg. Also, it has su.pr website which directly shares a Link to your Facebook and Twitter account.
2. Reddit: I think Reddit is the biggest social bookmarking website. It is really famous, and the design of the website is simple (but looks old). Once a link gets plus votes, it will start to get more views.
3. Pinterest: Particularly, image sharing, but using Images you can share the links.
4. BuzzFeed: Another easy link sharing website. Has a Page Rank of 8 and Alexa rank of 620.
Also, work on Keywords to improve the rank of your hubs in search engines. Keywords are important factors that effect the page-views.
by Earl S. Wynn 7 years ago
What are some good sites like Stumbleupon, Reddit, Digg and Mister Wong?
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by sonykkid 6 years ago
Can you get traffic from Digg and or Reddit or am I wasting my time?
by rLcasaLme 6 years ago
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Once valued at more than $160 million it is being sold for $500,000 apparently. At least $40 million dollars was invested in it.Scary stuff. No stability in the online world.
by Carolee Samuda 6 years ago
I had stopped using Reddit when someone stalked a hubber and made her life really miserable. I decided to try again based on some of the success stories I have been reading.I once received a mail from someone stating that I had placed my link in the wrong section so I need to know how to use Reddit...
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