Join Bobby Owsinski for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Digg, part of Bookmarking Sites for Musicians and Bands.
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For the average user, Digg is a place where you can find…the most interesting news and online content on just about any given topic.…Its users help find the content by digging or voting on…interesting articles that are then featured on the site's main page.…For artists, bands, and musicians with websites or blogs however, Digg…provides a possibility of gaining a huge audience in a flash.…Stories are submitted to Digg that make it to the front page can cause what's known…as the Digg effect, which is a huge influx of traffic as a result.…Digg's main page consists of three parts, top stories, popular and upcoming.…
By default, you'll see the top stories first when you…visit Digg, because it's at the top of the page.…These are stories that have been ranked…high because of the nature of their importance.…The popular section shows the most shared stories on Digg in the last 18 hours…while Upcoming covers the most recently shared stories.…A Digg is a thumbs up or a positive vote for a story.…Any Digg user can Digg a story, and every Digg…
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