Just wanted to drop in for a quick update on a cool thing that happen me last week.
A cool free way to get your first 2,700+ visitors in less than 4 hours!
Yeap, by using Digg.com I manged to get my website up on 2,700 computer screens in less than 4 hours and I will show you how to do the same right now!
The first thing you need to know about Digg is that it was not designed for people to market their own websites. Digg was designed to be a social news network which allows people to share or “Digg” pages they like and have a interest in.
Digg works like a voting system. Someone finds an article, blog posts or picture they enjoy, so they submit it to Digg. At the submission screen they are asked for a title, website URL, category and description.
After a content item is submitted to Digg, it gets passed off to other users. If those users Digg it, the item becomes more exposed to other Digg users, then, if the Digg count reaches a certain threshold, the content item is featured on Digg’s front-page.
It’s on the front-page of Digg you want your website to be.. and that is also quite an accomplishment, but with follow tips below you are a good way to have your website displayed to thousands of computer screens.
Below are few tips to help you get there:
1) Make your title and description count. The title is the only think that will grab the attention of Digg users so make it count. You should aim to create curiosity by using creative titles. Ordered list and numbers also works very well like “10 things you must do before you die” and countdowns like “the top 10 funniest cop videos”.
The description should not only give a summary, but tell users what you think about the content item as well.
2) Build relationships with other Digg users. Have a friend on Digg? Then make sure to Digg his submissions and he can do the same for you. This is a sure way to get your submissions digged.
3) Consider carefully what category and sub-category you submit your blog posts to. You should be as accurate as possible, anything else could cost you diggs.
So that’s pretty much it.
Remember that the Digg front page is visited by hundreds of thousands of Internet users so there is a lot of solid and high-quality traffic to your articles/blog posts/affiliate offers. Also make sure, when you hit the front page of Digg, that your web host can handle the sudden burst of traffic as Digg has a reputation of crashing servers.
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