by Hello, hello, 7 years ago
Please explain about Digg. I have signed up with them for months. Send all my bookmaks there and now they ask to sign up for the New Digg. Are the old Digg bookmarks wiped off? What is the difference or improvement of New Digg?
by SunSeven 10 years ago
If you are reading this, you might be interested in bringing traffic fro digg.I know a neat trick. But then you need an other blog. Wait for details. Can't wait?( actually I am making a hub on this) Mail me, if it is urgent. Its for freeRegardsSorri abot the tytle. Ther is no way 2 edit it:)
by Dave 7 years ago
Is anyone a member of Digg? I'm interested to do a little testing, but it helps to have others in your network. If you're up for it, my name over there is "Thejeffriestube Hubpages". Not sure if we have any kind of informal hubpages group, but would like to start one.
by RKHenry 9 years ago
What's Digg?Does anybody have a Digg account?
by WHoArtNow 9 years ago
Hi everone, I'm Andre, I'm a Digg Addict..Glad I could get that off my chest, I feel like a whole new man! Although, I'm here looking for my fellow Hubbers on Digg. I love the community on here, and I love the community on Digg, so I figured I'd love to merge the two!...
by Whitney 10 years ago
Anyone having problems logging onto digg in order to submit hubs and other sites?
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