Please explain about Digg. I have signed up with them for months. Send all my bookmaks there and now they ask to sign up for the New Digg. Are the old Digg bookmarks wiped off? What is the difference or improvement of New Digg?
Hmmm, I didn't get asked to sign up for the new Digg; my old login works just fine. Digg is really shooting themselves in the foot with the changes they're making. Kevin Rose is stepping down as CEO and a lot of users are migrating away from the site. Take my advice: use Reddit instead.
Thank you very much for your reply and good advice. With Reddit, although I like the site very much, but the problem is that after two or three bookmarkings they tell you to wait anything from five to seven minutes and one day one hour. Would you say the bookmarking with Reddit is more effective?
I guess everything we had at Digg was wiped clean!!! I could not find anything after signing and re-verifying user account.
I even had to re-add photo.
Digg has messed up it looks like. I have noticed a loss of All traffic from Digg the past week, guess I know why now. Guess time to find another site. Reddit is good for some articles, but not all.
They asked me to sign up for the new Digg too! I can't find any of my links....
Never mind. Found them. ha ha I think Digg just redid their website a little, but my profile and all my links are still there.
I noticed today that there are Hubs that are receiving hits from Reddit now that usually did not. And that Digg has been laying a "goose-egg" this week! I wish they hadn't changed the site.I was receiving decent traffic until the change. But since the vast majority of traffic comes from Google anyways...it is all OK.
They've been transferring to a new version. Your old bookmarks should still be there, but you will have to re-do your profile.
I am having a really hard time getting followers on digg... other that it seems like a useful sight.
I've never used Digg, but it seems they've taken a hit in traffic. here's an article from today's NYTimes. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/09/19/techn … =1&hpw
it seems like it would be time consuming?
by Carolee Samuda 6 years ago
I had stopped using Reddit when someone stalked a hubber and made her life really miserable. I decided to try again based on some of the success stories I have been reading.I once received a mail from someone stating that I had placed my link in the wrong section so I need to know how to use Reddit...
by Tina Siuagan 6 years ago
Which is better?
by RKHenry 9 years ago
What's Digg?Does anybody have a Digg account?
by William F Torpey 11 years ago
One of my hubs recently got a small flurry of hits from stumbleupon.com. Can someone tell me how and why that occurred on that hub -- and not on any other? Are you supposed to be signed up such groups to draw their readers?
by Uma07 8 years ago
I wished to post my links to my hubs on these sites to increase my hub traffic but Digg says they are not taking any new members temporarily.Reddit allowed me to post only one link and I just couldn't figure out what StumbleUpon was all about(I mean how to create a login ID etc....very...
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.
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