I haven't really given back to the community that much. I stumbled upon this a while ago and figured some people can put this to good use. When I worked for an SEO company we used Digg just like everyone else. We also used Google Analytics to track basically every click. If you submit http://www.yoursite.com to Digg you cannot resubmit the site under the same account. You would have to submit a subpage, etc. So what you Do is use the Google Analytics URL Builder here Create links like the following.... http://www.yoursite.com/?utm_source=digg&utm_medium=banner&utm_campaign=homepage http://www.yoursite.com/?utm_source=digg&utm_medium=banner&utm_campaign=homepage1 http://www.yoursite.com/?utm_source=digg&utm_medium=banner1&utm_campaign=homepage change one of the following the utm_source/utm_medium/utm_campaign Just keep submitting the URL's you generate from the Google Analytics URL builder and you'll start seeing more backlinks to your site. A good way I like using this is to put the anchor text I want as the Digg title of the story.