The past few times I have tried posting articles to Digg.com, I have run across two problems: 1. There are extra characters in the link from HubPages, and Digg says the link does not work and 2. When I fix the link, it takes forever to recognize it and often does not ever post the link. Is it something I am doing or is it a bug?
I can confirm that this is a bug.
As a temporary fix, you can create the following link yourself manually to share your hubs on Digg:
http://digg.com/submit?phase=2&url=<link to your hub>
For example, if you wanted to share your Apples to Applse hub, you'd want to enter the following link into your browser:
I hope this helps, and thanks for reporting the bug. I'll report back when this is fixed
I had this problem too when trying to share from here but found it worked OK from my Add This bookmarker.
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