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 free
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I like the title. It's very philosophical. How to - Being traffic from digg.
It would be much better if you combine all the tricks.Wait starts now.
I am aware of a technique/method that can bring social media traffic as well but some people might consider it somewhat "grayhat"
This is my first post here and willing to help so do drop me a line if interested.
I have more blogs than I know what to do with so..... Wait a minute, you are not selling an ebook are you?
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Try Stumbleudon.com and piqqus.com
They are used for social media exchanges.
You will need an invitation to get in. Let me know if you need one and I'll send you
that makes me curious.. I'm using digg myself.. can't wait for your news
greetings from a hp newbie
You can generate traffic from digg simply by submitting one of your hubs.
Just submitting your own hubs to Digg won`t bring much traffic. It`s counted just as a bank link, you might increase your search engine listing, but traffic won`t be any greater. Stories get buried very fast and most of them do not make the homepage of Digg. The rules are pretty much the same for all the social networks. I have been using Digg myself and I`m pretty active I can say. I will write some future Hubs about ways to succeed on Digg. There is a lot of hard work involved. Maki Maki is one of the top users on Digg he spends more than 5 hours a day on the most well known social networks. A lot of his stories are making the front page of Digg. But lets not forget these people are recognized in the SEO industry and they heck know how to game systems like Adsense, it is pretty easy to game Digg. But I`m not going to share this.
I'll definitely agree that you probably won't make it to the front page of Digg. I'm just saying that when you submit one of your own hubs to digg you're bound to get at least some traffic as a result. Believe it or not your content does reach some people even if it isn't on the front page, especially with the new recommendation system.
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