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Would there be any interest in this?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by robb01, Jul 9, 2008.

  1. robb01

    robb01 Regular Member

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    I am in the beginning phase of having several programs created. Basically what they do is allow u to put in a list of digg.com accounts that you have created. Then you put in a link that you want dugg. The program will randomly sign into each account via proxy and "digg" your chosen link. You would be able to set the # of times it is voted as well. I'm thinking of having a couple of these created for the top social bookmarking sites. It has the potential to create a mass amount of traffic/backlinks for your site. Before I begin this, would anyone be interested in this if I were to have this made?
     
  2. N.R.P

    N.R.P Regular Member

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    Not sure. The idea i have is that digg is too much for tech guys and these guys are very aware of Internet Marketing strategies and when people is trying to sell them stuff.

    I might be wrong though.
     
  3. robb01

    robb01 Regular Member

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    I'm not selling anything, i run human interest blog farms
     
  4. JohnDoe

    JohnDoe Junior Member

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    Could you write extra modules for different Social bookmark websites ?
     
  5. jaeden

    jaeden BANNED BANNED

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    this was done a while back by a guy who tried to get hosting from me because he kept getting kicked out of his hosts. he ran what you're talking about as a service. it may have operated a bit different, im not sure but it worked and it was a free service. He wound up getting a lot of publicity for it. He put his site up on ebay. A fan of Digg won the auction for $1k and destroyed the site to prevent people from using his code.
     
  6. urbanzen

    urbanzen Junior Member

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    Lol no shit! Someone can actually bid high $$$, to deface it, to protect a huge company making even more $$$$$$$$$$?

    Well okay. I'm going to program the same stuff for stumble, okrut, paypal,ebay, craigs and shit, and let loonies bid on them to protect the brand.

    The world's getting weirder as time passes...

    Urban