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Get People to Digg You
By: KC Morgan
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    You’re very careful about keywords. You make use of revenue-sharing programs to boost your traffic and make profits. You even use advertising to gain more attention for your blog. But no matter what you do, your content only has limited accessibility. Learn how to get people to Digg you…or at least, your blog.

    Content-Sharing Sites

    Content-sharing, bookmarking sites like Digg, Yahoo Buzz and can do a lot for your content. By providing a button for one of these sites on your own pages, you give your readers the opportunity to vote on your words, rating blog entries for their quality and popularity. When your content receives votes from your users, a link to that content will appear on one of these bookmarking sites.

    This means that your visitors aren’t the only ones who can read your content; their visitors can enjoy your content as well. The benefits of this handy arrangement should be immediately evident. The more pages containing your words that are out there, the more chances you have to receive traffic.


    Content receiving the highest number of votes will appear on the main page of Digg. All of your Digg votes will also be displayed next to your content, so readers on your site can see how popular your words have become.

    To display a Digg button on your site (a button users can click to register a vote for your content), you will first need to obtain an account with Digg ( Registration is free and simple. Once you’ve signed up, access the Tools menu from your user account. Here, you’ll find a code which you can place in your HTML editor to add Digg to your content.

    The Digg code will looking something like this:

    <a href=”<?php the_permalink() ?>”>Digg</a>

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