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Remember Digg? It’s up to something new


Digg started in 2004 as a website for users to discover, share and recommend web content. Members could submit a webpage for consideration and other members could vote that page up (“digg”) or down (“bury”). Digg will moderate comments. Users will be able to “digg” comments.

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Eight Common Blogging Mistakes

Spin Sucks

I’m a fan of both Digg Digg and Jugnoo (client). Blog Social Media anti-scraping blog theft blogging mistakes blogging tips digg digg Google headlines internal links jugnoo link to people livefyre pop culture SEO

Use Grammatical Errors to Your Advantage

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Some of us can no longer imagine our existence without Flickr , Tumblr , and Digg. Communication Content chick-fil-a clinique dialect notes Digg dunkin donuts Flickr louise pound misspelled words professional writing Snickers tumblr typos

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#FollowFriday: Kevin Fawley

Spin Sucks

The company was Suite Diggs and it was a furniture company designed to make buying furniture easy and affordable (Suite Diggs, get it?). FollowFriday Social Media fearless hustle kevin fawley somego suite diggs

Social Bookmarking and PR: Making Friends and Influencing People

Spin Sucks

Like Twitter and Facebook , social bookmarking sites such as Digg , StumbleUpon , and Reddit have one significant advantage over search engines: Robots aren’t very good at assessing relevance or content. Social Media carlo pandian Digg reddit social bookmarking stumbleupon

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Content Distribution: Eight Ways to Gain New Readers

Spin Sucks

It’s important not to ignore StumbleUpon, Reddit, Pinterest, Digg, and some of the others. By Gini Dietrich This whole digital world is a funny beast. Just when you think you have it figured out, it changes. I am often asked, “How do I promote blog posts and distribute my content?”

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5 Ways to Step Up Your Infographics

PR Breakfast Club

Right at the bottom there are more sharing options for some of the lesser known networks like Tumblr, Digg and more. There was a time when simply creating and sharing an infographic would net you a ridiculous amount of attention.

PR Pros Must Embrace the PESO Model

Spin Sucks

It’s important not to ignore StumbleUpon, Reddit, Pinterest, Digg and some of the others. By Gini Dietrich The business world, in the last seven or so years, has been upended with the introduction of social media and access to better data. This is good, but it also means change.

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Content Marketing: Don’t Make Home Improvements to Rental Property

Sword and the Script

The list of sites have closed, changed, or in some way shifted focus is long and getting longer – Digg, Delicious , Orkut, Amplify, Freindster, and MySpace – among others.

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A quick social media glossary

PR Daily

Digg — a social news website that enables members to submit and vote on articles. “After you read my blog, just ping me on chat.”. Though many PR professionals speak fluent social media, some of our clients, executives, or audience members may not.

The Top 10 Lessons I Have Learned In My First Blogging Year

Spin Sucks

Stumble , Digg and Delicous where you can promote your own stuff and that of others’. Tony Hastings is the man behind the Top 10 Blog. I just noticed I have been running The Top 10 Blog for almost 12 months so what a good time to review, and share, the main lessons I’ve learned.

The Byline Article GOOD Pitch is Fresh Content

Bad Pitch Blog

5 social bookmarking websites to enhance the visibility of your press release – a useful article that consider how StumbleUpon, Digg and related services can increase brand awareness via press releases. - Byline article pitches usually stink.

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The Social Media Balance: How Do You Find It?

Spin Sucks

Tony Hastings is the man behind the Top 10 Blog. So what do I mean by balance ? That really depends on your reasons for using social media and what your aims are with your blogging, tweeting, and ‘socialising’ To my mind there are three types of social media users and the concept of balance will be different for each group. Business users.

UBER: So Cool, Yet So Uncool

Flatiron Communications

The forum was set up by investor and entrepreneur Jason Calacanis; Chris Sacca and Digg’s Kevin Rose were its “chapter heads.”

Mission Impossible? Migrating to a Career in Public Relations

PR Job Coach

Build, enhance and/or check your profiles on Linkedin, Facebook, Myspace, Google Profile, Twitter, Digg, Tumblr, Ning, etc. Here is another guest blog of mine on Lindsay Olson''s site on migrating from a career in journalism to one in public relations.

7 Reasons To Add Amplify To Your Social Networks

Waxing UnLyrical

Plus one peeve I have with any network like this or Digg, etc.