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Any sense in Digging/StumbleUpon'ing/etc. each page/blog post you make?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mollah, May 5, 2009.

  1. mollah

    mollah Power Member

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    Or are you only supposed to digg your main site, like domain.com?

    Is it ok to digg every post/page shortly after you make it, which will result in potentially hundreds of diggs back to different pages of the same domain?

    Or will the social bookmark sites and/or google call foul play?
     
  2. herron

    herron Regular Member

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    Digg is an article/page driven site rather than for entire sites. I always digg my unique posts and usually get some traffic coming back. I have never had an issue with posting from the same domain. Remember that if you just post the domain then when a user clicks through from Digg the content will be different - not what it is designed for.

    As long as the content is original and within there rules you won't have a problem. The more pages you have up the greater chance they have of finding you.
     
  3. mollah

    mollah Power Member

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    so if i have a site like that "fireplace design tips" site that always gets shown here as an example, it would be beneficial for me to digg/social bookmark every page on the site?
     
  4. hoeke

    hoeke Newbie

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    Of course not. Some of my older articles are of a lower standard so there's no point Digging them. Remember, you only get Digg traffic if people like what you wrote about.
     
  5. donjuan

    donjuan Power Member

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    this will more than likely get you and your site banned from digg
     
  6. platinvm

    platinvm Senior Member

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    Just submit your good stuff and mix in a bunch of crap sites.
     
  7. moridin

    moridin Newbie

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    I submit everything I write to Digg and stumble when I can, whether it's my main site, or my blogs on blogger, or squidoo lenses or whatever. Then when it comes back with that "Do we already have this" bs, I digg a few of those and then hit submit. That way you can digg every page on your site, but it will look natural with 10-15 other diggs in there in between
     
  8. Vendetta

    Vendetta BANNED BANNED

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    Digg makes up a good 60% of my traffic at the moment, about 1,640 unique visitors per day on a blogspot subdomain blog, so I say yes, if you have good unique content, Digg it.