December 1, 2009

How To Get Your Content DIGG-ed OVER And OVER again!

How would you like to be in a group that you could post your content via URL and get it DIGG-ed over and over again? Come join my new group. Let's make it explode!!! All I ask in is that you DIGG everyone else's in return. Also the more friend's that you invite to join the more your content will be DIGG-ed!! WIN WIN Situation!!!!!!!!!!

What are the benefits of using Digg?
For website owners or bloggers, Digg can be your new best friend. Stories that are submitted to Digg and actually make it to the front page can cause what has become known as the "Digg Effect", a huge influx of traffic from Digg to your site or blog. It's a great way to invite more people to your spot on the Web.
How does dig work?
"Well, everything on digg is submitted by the digg user community (that would be you). After you submit content, other digg users read your submission and digg what they like best. If your story rocks and receives enough diggs, it is promoted to the front page for the millions of digg visitors to see."
How Digg Works
Digg is democratizing digital media. As a user, you participate in determining all site content by discovering, selecting, sharing, and discussing the news, and videos that appeal to you.
1. Discover
Submit your favorites. Find an article, image, or video online and submit it to Your submission will immediately appear in “Upcoming Stories,” where other members can find it and, if they like it, Digg it.
Become popular. Once a submission has earned a critical mass of Diggs, it becomes “popular” and jumps to the homepage in its category. If it becomes one of the most popular, it qualifies as a “Top 10”. If a submission doesn't receive enough Diggs within a certain time period, it eventually falls out of the “Upcoming” section.
Discover media on Digg. Visit the “Upcoming” section to discover recently added news, and videos. Track submissions as they come in with Swarm, Stack, Big Spy or Arc, our real-time Flash visualization tools in Digg Labs. Or use Spy to watch the titles and descriptions as they roll down the page.
Of course, you can always check the topic homepages to see what's newly popular. And you can subscribe to RSS feeds of particular topics, popular/upcoming sections, individual users, and the search terms of your choice.
2. Select
Digg. Participate in the collaborative editorial process by Digging the stuff that you like best. As you Digg, you contribute to the popularity of any given item. You also build a history of Digging that you or your friends can view.
Bury. If you find stories with bad links, off-topic content, or duplicate entries, click “Bury.” That’s how we get the spam out of the system and let the good stuff rise to the top.
The system only works when users actively participate on a large scale, so make sure to do your part and Digg and Bury content that matters to you!
3. Share
Build a network. Invite your friends or find them on Digg and add them to your friends list. Then your friends can track what you’re Digging and you can see what they Digg as well, enabling you to collectively find news together.
Email. Send your friends (Diggers or non-Diggers) the stories that you Digg.
4. Discuss
Comment. Share your opinions by commenting on stories, images, and videos as well as Digging and Burying comments by other users.

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