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No One Diggs My Content
By: KC Morgan
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  • No One Diggs My Content
  • Adding a Digg Button
  • What Does it Take to Digg?
  • Get Them to Digg You

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    No One Diggs My Content - What Does it Take to Digg?

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    No one else is Digging your content? You might be tempted to vote on your words yourself. But be prepared to meet one roadblock: before you vote, youíre going to have to join the Digg community.


    Anyone who votes for content through Digg (successfully) will have to sign up to join the site itself, which can be a very quick process. Remember to choose a username and password youíll be sure to remember. Once you sign up for Digg, you can start voting. Yes, you can even vote on your own stuff if you like.

    But donít settle for ballot box stuffing if your Digg button isnít getting the results you crave. There might be another fix to make users more proactive when it comes to Digging.

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