No One Diggs My Content - Get Them to Digg You
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Want to know how to get votes, and get traffic to Digg you? First, take a look at the Digg content which is pulling in the biggest numbers. Youíll notice that length of content, writing style, even keywords and topic donít seem to match from piece to piece.
Some popular content may be very long (500 words or more), while other pieces may be less than 100 words -- yet they share equal votes. Some articles seem to have poor keyword density, while others boast very high density by comparison.
So whatís the deciding factor? Why is this content, so different, so popular among voters?
One reason: itís interesting. Youíll notice that the content which gets Digg votes most often is that which is unique, informative and fun to read.
Keep your words to the point but amusing, interesting and engaging and youíve already got a good chance of becoming a vote-getter. Focus on keeping content readable, and write on subjects you think others might want to read about. You never know -- maybe one day, youíll write something that scores a record number of Diggs.
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