Digg.com and Twitter and influence on our readability.
Why everybody say that Digg.com and Twitter are helpful in getting traffic? I used if for most of by hubs and I did not notice any visitors from this source.
Digg is mostly useful because if you submit your hubs to Digg - they get indexed within an hour.
If your hub isn't indexed - that means that search engines do not yet know that it even exists.
Traffic from digg doesn't matter, and is not the reason why you submit to Digg. You submit to Digg for the purpose that Google knows your hub exists an hour after submitting to Digg.
Twitter? I hate twitter. I see no point in twitter other than that other people seem to like it for reasons that I can not understand. You also want to submit your hubs to twitter - just because.
can someone please write a hub about how to use Twitter effectively...I tried it out and was extremely unsucessful...btw Twitter has got to be one of the stupidest things ever, and a HUGE waste of time....ehh it's late
by Whitney 11 years ago
Anyone having problems logging onto digg in order to submit hubs and other sites?
by easegiri 11 years ago
Hi What about this?On every hub that we create if we want to make it a referral link and get referrals out of it all we have to do is click on the tab that is at the end of the page below and generate the referral link.We can use this referral link to get refferals.But what about the link generated...
by Gary Anderson 9 years ago
Retweeting is the new bookmarking. Digg is dead. Java for retweeting needs to be allowed on hubpages or we will be left behind.
by EinsFloW 6 years ago
Do you use Digg to promote your articles?
by ArtVandelay66 7 years ago
How long does it take to get indexed in search engines?
by spacebull 11 years ago
Hi all,if I use "Share it" function on my Hubs and post my Hubs to Digg and all the other sites like Digg, is that considered by Digg and those sites as spamming? Can I do it?Thanks!
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