I will like to know if I should use digg.com to get massive traffic to my hubs.
I use digg, but my main traffic sources come from google. I do believe you will get indexed faster though if you send your links to digg and other similar sites.
Depending on your activity on digg, you can get traffic from there, but your main focus should be getting traffic from google, yahoo and etc...
Send backlinks to other sites as well..Even if your not getting direct traffic from them, its good to let the search engines know about your hub. Of course popularity of that keyword or topic will have a lot to do with it too.
I haven't used Digg, but have tried using stumbleupon and Xomba. Both gives me a few views that quickly dies out.
I suspect Digg would be the same - a few views, with very few clicks, and then little to nothing. It is very unlikely to produce massive traffic.
Much better, I think, to spend the time making more and better hubs, or studying SEO and keyword techniques.
You can't expect massive traffic from digg unless your site go to the home page.
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I been on a couple of days and pretty much all my traffic is from hubpages. I get a couple from digg but that is about it. How are people getting their traffic from google and other search engine?
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