No. A bit confusing in the beginning just getting used to it , may be a little later will start liking it.
No, I haven't even visited digg for like a month now...the older version is way better.
by Renee S 9 years ago
Does anyone here use Digg.com to increase their traffic?How's it working out for you?
by vreccc 11 years ago
Hey guys,I see Misha put in a request a while ago for digging one of his hubs. He got such a nice response I thought I would do the same. The page I'm hoping you will digg for me is a good hub and I believe it merits a digg. I hope you think so. Here it is:http://digg.com/software/SEO_Optimizati...
by tundapem 8 years ago
I want to know the minds of Hubbers here.
by Om Prakash Singh 9 years ago
It came as a big shock to me. Just now I logged in to my Digg acc. and they said that site will be up soon. I thought it might be some regular maintainance. But when the site came back I could not see any shouts that were there for me. Even in my friends activities there is no record. In history I...
by Doodlehead 5 years ago
Are your writing as many hubs as you used to? Why or Why not?What are the factors that you have decided to write more or fewer hubs than before?
by Brie Hoffman 8 years ago
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