I an sorry that I do not know which is better. I do not know what either one is. I wish that I knew more but I do not. Again, I am sorry. Dr. Haddox
I have trouble submitting via Reddit because they have a quirky submittal policy that they limit submissions. I keep getting rejected because I am an unknown person to the site. But I understand Reddit is effective at driving traffic to Hubs.
I regularly use Digg to post my Hubs with no problems. Not sure what the impact of it is though. I also post my Hubs to Redgage and StumbleUpon to drive traffic. I get some traffic from these sources.
I should add that Redgage also provides a small payment per view of .006 cents, so not only can you promote Hubs there but you can also monitize them. See a Hub I wrote called Making Money Using Redgage for details.
reddit has 6 letters and digg only 4..... better at or for what??
I get more traffic from reddit since my hubs are religious stuffs. people there are really active on that particular topic.
However, I've heard that digg can provide a viral effect on a single post if it's liked by many.
According to my idea, digg provides more traffic than reddit.
Both are effective if the topic of your post is catchy, i guess that is the game at both these sites also the body of your post should do justice to the title.
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