Do you submit your articles to Digg?
December 5, 2008 8:32pm CST
I have been submitting my ehow articles to Digg.com, I see some results from people looking at them, but not the results I need. Does anyone know of other sites that might be used to draw traffic to ehow articles and mylot discussions? I already use some traffic exchanges, but those are only good if you get paid for visitors. Thanks for any advice.
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8 Dec 08
I have submitted some of my Triond articles to Digg. This month, I'm concentrating on promoting my articles instead of writing more. I have submitted to Ask.com, del.icio.us, facebook, technorati and yahoo buzz. There is some increase in my earnings, but still need to work on more such sites. It takes a long time promoting. All the best!
• United States
9 Dec 08
I have several ehow articles, depending on what your articles are about, I may be able to use them as a link on my articles. If you have a place to put banners for DSL, Voip or web hosting sites, that would be great. Let me know if we can work together.
• United States
7 Dec 08
I have submitted a few of my more popular articles to Digg but the problem is that with Associated Content we cannot see where our traffic is coming from. We can ask the managers to look up our statistics but that's not very practical if you are obsessive compulsive about that sort of thing the way I am. If we could just pull up those stats on our own account page, I'd be there every time my page view count changed to see where the new views came from. A couple of my articles that I have on Digg have been Dugg by other users (who are not my friends and thereby obligated to Digg my submissions) so I guess that's encouraging.