How to Build a “Digg Culture” on your Blog

Some Digg tips for bloggers.

I’m not sold on Digg, but I’m certainly not going to avoid being “dugg.” That said, it might be a good idea to see how I can make the most of Digg. The way I see it, any service that can direct traffic to my site — even “fleeting” traffic — is worth looking into.

From “How to Build a “€˜Digg Culture”€™ on your Blog” on ProBlogger Blog Tips by Darren Rowse:

How do you build a “€˜Digg Culture”€™ and get repeatedly on the front page of Digg over time? In this post I’€™ll share 10 ways that top bloggers do it.

The article does indeed include those tips. But it begins by explaining exactly what Digg can do for you and your site and why you should care. If you want to be dugg, you might want to check out what Darren has to say.

One thought on “How to Build a “Digg Culture” on your Blog

  1. Hi-

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