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Why You’ll Dig Submitting Blog Posts to Digg

What Digg Does for You

traffic = money If people are on Digg, you need to be on Digg. By submitting your blog posts to Digg, you have a higher opportunity to increase traffic to your site. This is a no-brainer. Where the people are, that’s where your blog posts need to be. You need to get your blog in front of as many eyes as possible. Digg will help you do that.

Because as I always say: Traffic = Money!

How to Join Digg

Go to http://digg.com and click “Join Digg” at the top of the page (should be a green button).

You can join Digg through your Facebook account, or your Twitter account, or your email address.

Enter your email and click Get Started.

Go to your email and open the email from Digg Registration. Click on the button in the email that says “Complete Registration”.

You will be redirected to your Digg homepage.

Click on the little man and the down arrow at the top of the page to edit your profile.

Click on settings.

Choose a photo, put your name (or your blog’s name), your location, and a description about you and/or your blog. Birthday, gender, Save Changes.

At the top of this screen, click Links.

Add the name of your blog, and your blog’s url. Click Add Link.

How to Submit Your Blog Posts to Digg

At the top of the screen, click “Submit Link”.

Input the link to one of your blog posts.

Input the title of the blog post and a description of the blog post. Build anticipation so the readers want to read this post.

Choose a thumbnail and a category. Click Post Story.

That’s it.

Do that every day, every time you publish a blog post, and you should get more traffic from that over time.

Click here to see the list of other sites you should be using to build more exposure to your blog.

What other blog friendly sites do you use to gain more exposure? Leave ideas in the comments.

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4 Responses to 'Why You’ll Dig Submitting Blog Posts to Digg'

  1. Webcomic says:

    Hello! I know this is kinda off topic but I was wondering
    if you knew where I could locate a captcha plugin for my comment form?
    I’m using the same blog platform as yours and I’m having difficulty finding one?
    Thanks a lot!

    • Lisha says:

      Currently (Nov 2013) I am using the plugin called Spam Free WordPress. But it is not a captcha. People simply have to copy/paste the comment password. I personally feel this is quicker and easier than a captcha.

  2. guia metodo says:

    do you think Digg is still a platforma that we can leverage for blogging sucess.

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