Promoting With Digg MRR Ebook

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Doing your own submissions is a great way to get your material on Digg, but it is rarely enough to get the type of results you really need in the long term. Rather than simply stop there, you need to further promote your work to gain real traffic boosts.

As mentioned, you do need to have a larger and growing group of friends. It is very easy to befriend someone (a simple request is sent, and rarely do people say “no” to it!) Having a strong following is key to being successful at Digg. The more friends you have, the more potential readers you have for your content.

This works for you in two ways. First, every friend you have that reads your piece is coming to your website. In return for this, they may be interested enough to take action. For example, a friend reads your article on dropping interest rates on student loans. He then decides this is important information for him and signs up for your newsletter. (You pick the action they take, of course!)

Secondly, works for you by helping you to get in front of more people. Let’s say you have 500 friends on Digg. Each person that visits your article and “Diggs” it will help your article to move up in the rankings on Digg.

When you get to that front page, Digg is doing all the work for you in terms of promotion. Being on the front page of Digg is one of the very best ways for you to get more traffic to your website. It is its own type of promotion tool since articles here rate well, are read often, and they are ranking well in search engines soon enough.

With hard work, you can see that Digg can be very lucrative to your website or blog’s traffic. Yet, these are not the only ways that you can use Digg to your benefit.


One of the side benefits of using Digg (which is really a nice benefit in its own right) is that ranks well in the search engines. Of course, for this to happen, you need to use proper search engine optimization and you need to write something that is Dugg enough by enough people.

Nevertheless, you will find that your articles submitted to can rank well in the search engines. This will help you to gain more natural traffic to your website.

Here are some ways this can work for you:

1. Use search engine optimization (SEO) in your articles. Do not overdo it with the keywords. This itself will cause Digg to flag your article for poor quality. Rather, invest in quality keyword usage (in the headline, description, tags, and in the article naturally.) Keep keyword density below 4 to 5 percent.

2. Have others promote your articles. This will help to increase your location on Digg, which means more people will see it, naturally raising your page rank.

3. The links coming to your website are great! will place a link at their website that points others to your website. This also goes for the link in your profile. These links are inbound links to your website and aid in promoting your website’s ranking on Google and other search engines.

4. Use other marketing tools in conjunction with For example, you could submit your newsworthy content to an article directory. Then, submit that article (at the directory) through More people will find it, read it, and come to your website. This creates another link to your website (from your resource box) and boosts your search engine ranking a bit more.

5. Become the expert on Digg and online in general on your topic. That way, individuals will search for you and get to your website when they find your articles on Digg or via other means.

If you want to use for promotion of your website or blog, you need to have a great article and you need to make it worthwhile. There is no benefit to promote sales-related content or other types of content that are not newsworthy.

It is the combination of these things that will help you to gain the promotion you need at


The following are some strategies and tips that can help you to build your presence online using Once you have invested some time in pulling together a quality network, you will start to see some results. Why does it work? What makes Digg so good? In addition, is it really worth your time investment into the process?


One mistake individuals often make when submitting content to Digg or other social media websites is not using the most effective keywords in their articles and submissions. This does play a role.

What keywords are important to your website? That is something you will need to research, but we do know that in terms of what works well on Digg, you will want to focus your attention on mid- to long-tail keywords. These are more specific keywords; because of that specification, they are less often used by other marketers online.

Without getting into the benefits of long-tail keyword usage, keep in mind that keywords that are highly competitive in general are highly competitive at too. Therefore, be more selective when choosing keywords. Incorporate the best, most specific keywords to get better results with rankings on or on the search engines with submissions on


One thing that has been found consistently is that Google (and some of the other search engines) actually like the social media sites. There are many reasons this could be true, but ultimately, what matters is that an investment in time submitting and networking at Digg will pay off with Google’s ranking of your content.
Google particularly trusts the back links found on social media websites like Digg to be authentic. What does this mean? It means that Google does transfer link equity. This is true even if the sites do not follow their links.

Plus, you will also benefit from those that place those links to your submitted Digg articles on their websites. For example, someone places a link on his/her blog to your low-interest rate student loan article you have submitted through Digg (and that he/she found there.) This link boosts your website’s ranking in Google and the other search engines.


Many people mistakenly believe that the submissions to Digg and other sites are minimal. The results do not last long, they believe. Sure, an immediate boost is found, but this is not sustainable, right?

That is in fact not true. In studies done by various groups, the results are more long term. Let’s use an example to show how this works. You submit an article to Digg. That article is Dugg by you and then by your friends on Digg. It gets decent ranking since you have incorporated key search engine strategies already mentioned. Not only do you see a growth in your traffic numbers immediately (from all of the promotion you are doing using, but you also see organic results from search engines over the long term.

You have used good search engine marketing strategies. Your articles on are ranking well. There is evidence that, even though there is a peak at the beginning, the work done to promote articles through pays off in long-term ranking. People will still find your article months after its submission.


One of the very best tools you can incorporate into use is consistency. As you start to submit your content to Digg, you will see growth in terms of traffic. It could be tempting to slow your interest in Digg since you are getting the traffic you want. However, this is likely a big mistake for most website owners.

Consistency is key. The more that you submit, the more well-known you will become on Digg. You need to participate regularly on too. This means that you need to continue visiting the website and Digging the work of others. When you do that, you are going to see them do the same for you. Stop promoting their articles and they will likely stop promoting yours as well.

What should you be doing often? First, keep submitting fresh, keyword-optimized articles to on a regular basis. Second, keep building your friends list. Third keep interacting with and Digging the work of others on your friends list. Doing these things will greatly increase your promotional benefits.

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- 1 Ebook (PDF), 13 Pages
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- Year Released/Circulated: 2019
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