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At first it looks as if I am logged into digg, then I go to digg something and it says please log in. Over and over I try until I just give up. Every few times it actually lets me log in and digg a url. I never experience this problem with any other site besides digg. Anyone else have the same problem? This is one reason I have been liking mixx better.
I haven't experienced anything like that at digg so far. Perhaps its a server overload or something.
Hmmm.. when I first posted three hub links to digg, it said I was posting too many at one time. A couple of days later I posted two more. just started, so I have only got about five hits from them so far in a week.
I expected more when i heard how good they were at increasing traffic . . . but maybe I'm just tooo low on the totem pole and haven't done enough.
I'm not really expecting big revenue. I think my total earning total is 15 cents so far, from everything. So that is fifteen times my expectation...
Were all the links to your own Hubs? Be careful, because the rules of Digg prohibit self-promotion - in other words, it's against their rules to post ANY links to your own work.
In practice, most people do. You just have to keep it limited, and hide them amongst plenty of links to other sites. If you get caught, you'll be banned from the site altogether.
You can understand why they take that attitude. Digg is supposed to be about highlighting the cream of the internet. If everyone simply uses it to draw attention to their own work, regardless of quality, the whole point of the site would be lost and its members would desert it.
by Farmer Brown6 years ago
Has anyone, besides yourself, posted your hub on Digg?If so, how much has your readership increased due to the posting on Digg?
by John Coviello5 years ago
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by Whitney10 years ago
Anyone having problems logging onto digg in order to submit hubs and other sites?
by Joni Douglas7 years ago
Once you have posted your hub titles and link onto Digg or Reddit, or other sites, is there anything else you need to do there? I have heard some call it spam to just post and leave, are there protocols involved?
by Deborah Neyens4 years ago
In reviewing my traffic sources recently, I noticed that I was getting traffic from a site called traffup.com, which I had never heard of before. I went to the site and signed up for it to see what it was all...
by John Coviello5 years ago
What Happened To The Links In Hubs to Digg & StumbleUpon?I understand that HubPages makes a lot of changes, and not ones we always agree with but are for the best, but I don't understand their rationale for getting...
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