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DIGG ban me, what alternative to use?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by baokyrox, Feb 18, 2009.

  1. baokyrox

    baokyrox BANNED BANNED

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    DIGG ban me, what alternative to use?

    In the past, i always use digg to get my latest post up on google within hours.

    however at a point of time I over digg and got my domain ban from digg.

    Anyone got alternative than digg for me to get my post up within hours at Google, stumbleupon doesnt work that way as i tried and its fail.

    Thanks!
     
  2. Namun

    Namun Junior Member

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    You can use Jumptags, or even better www*socialmarker*com and submit to all those social bookmarking sites from this website.
     
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  3. dangregory

    dangregory Registered Member

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    Some of the stronger bookmarking sites these days for me are technorati, delicious, reddit, furl, and stumbleupon (but you have to have the latest version installed in your browser.) Try about five places and you should get indexed fast.

    Another thing you can do to get indexed almost immediately when you launch a new site is to login to a free account at google, msn, and/or yahoo and look for where it allows you to "add content" to your user area - in yahoo this is in the My Yahoo area. What you're doing is subscribing to your own site's rss feed. You'll need an rss feed on your site, though - so it's best if you're using something like Wordpress. Subscribe to your own rss feed at one or all of these sites and your new site will get indexed within hours.

    Dan
     
  4. popcrdom29

    popcrdom29 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Why not just create more digg accounts? Have more than one just in case one gets banned. It's very easy; just change your IP before logging into each account. That's what I've done and it works well for me.
     
  5. Whisker

    Whisker Moderator Staff Member Moderator Premium Member

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    Yeah it's that easy to get a new account.

    Code:
    http://www.ip-adress.com/Proxy_Checker/
    They have some decent proxies for free.
     
  6. kobra

    kobra Registered Member

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    Digg bans domain names- not only user account. So having multiple account won't serve any purpose.

    Try submitting one your Ezinearticles.com's article to digg; you'd be surprised to know that digg banned ezinearticles!
     
  7. Yukinari84

    Yukinari84 Elite Member

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    The only reason Digg banned Ezine is because too many people abused Digg to try and get their articles ranking.

    Having multiple accounts does have a purpose because then you can spread out your submissions and minimize the chances of getting banned.

    Besides, if you are going to be bookmarking a whole bunch on Digg, you shouldn't be doing to a domain that you want to keep. You should be bookmarking other sites like Squidoo that link to your authority site. This way, even if you do get banned, it won't have an effect on your authority site.
     
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    dloader22 Junior Member

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    i highly recommend reddit
     
  9. justone

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    I use a new account for each transmission, so a ban is not affecting me
     
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    aistee Regular Member

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    I think a URL get's baned if it get to many burrys over a time. I have had a few of my bloggs banned. Now i submit them to buzzfeed.com and then dig the storry from there. Works just as well imo.
     
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    Try yahoobuzz
     
  12. baokyrox

    baokyrox BANNED BANNED

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    i have problem indexing my certain page to google at the right time . even i submit it quite a while ago.
     
  13. greenghost

    greenghost Regular Member

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    Try to create a new account after someday...no problem will be there then :)
    i did it
     
  14. sepuluh

    sepuluh Newbie

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    if dig ban my site , what is the good solution?
     
  15. Yukinari84

    Yukinari84 Elite Member

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    You probably didn't target your keyword correctly or targeted a keyword that was too competitive.
     
  16. baokyrox

    baokyrox BANNED BANNED

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    my previous post is okay.. its just google take 1 week to index my latest post etc..
     
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    Read the OP, they banned his DOMAIN. How is a new account going to change that?
     
  18. baokyrox

    baokyrox BANNED BANNED

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    any help on this?
     
  19. Yukinari84

    Yukinari84 Elite Member

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    You could always use a throw away domain and mask a re-direct to the domain you want.
     
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    Good point, I was just responding to people telling him to get another Digg account -- obviously they had not really read the posts.