I feel like i have noticed a decline in Digg users,people joining, comments etc. I do feel with these social media websites they pick themselves up routinely though... Let me know what you think... Is the social media giant Digg losing some of it's steam come 2012?
I think that digg is losing interest. I was a daily visitor, but know I only go on digg when I am really bored.
I guess that there are other better sites that people like more.
by MrKnowledge 7 years ago
Which social bookmarking sites bring you the most traffic?
by fjohn 5 years ago
Name the websites that can be linked with hubpages for more traffic
by John Coviello 5 years ago
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 rid of the link buttons at the buttom of Hubs that Hubbers could use to easily post their Hubs to sites like Digg & StumbleUpon? Why did...
by SunSeven 10 years ago
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 freeRegardsSorri abot the tytle. Ther is no way 2 edit it:)
by Will Apse 6 years ago
Once valued at more than $160 million it is being sold for $500,000 apparently. At least $40 million dollars was invested in it.Scary stuff. No stability in the online world.
by Janis Leslie Evans 3 years ago
If we pump up our use of social media, i.e., marketing our articles more, will it help increase our traffic much? Or won't it make much difference because we are more dependent upon organic traffic? Something tells me we might have to wait out this drought. What say you?
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