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Getting Dugg on Digg

Andrea Schultz
by Andrea Schultz on Feb 23, 2007 9:42:00 AM

You don't need a lot of "diggs" to get a link from Google. Every article submitted to Digg will generate at least one link, many times more, especially if it gets dugg. To gain the most of your article on Digg, you need to make the article appealing to people. Easier said then done right?

Well here are a few tips to help get your article "dugg":

  • Use a persuasive or catchy title
  • Create a top 10 list
  • Create how to's, must haves and other guides
  • Have company employees, friends and family digg your article (Remember: every digg is another potential link in Google)
  • Put the Digg chicklet on your article's page to encourage digging
  • Make the content interesting, appealing - A catchy title alone won't do it

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Andrea Schultz
Written by Andrea Schultz
Andrea is the VP, Online Marketing at E-Power and works to integrate and organize the pieces of the puzzle to carry out highly effective programs for our clients. As an account lead, she runs the day to day programs for a number of our clients, but she is our team's sounding board, chief problem solver and all around organic guru, working hard to ensure all of E-Power's clients benefit from her experience and expertise.

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