The Traffic Content Marketing ‘Can’ Send

You are probably aware of what content marketing (or social promotion) is, and just how much traffic promoting your content socially can drive. If you are not as familiar with content marketing and its value in your online marketing strategies, then check out the two...

Digg Newsroom Beta… Want an Invite?

So I have been messing around with Digg a lot since I got the invite to try the Newsrooms. I wrote a bit about them on SEJ yesterday, Digg Launches “Newsrooms” in Private Beta. A buddy of mine just sent me a link to try the Newsroom Beta program out. So if...

Digg v4 Bringing Back ‘Upcoming’

Kevin Rose has mentioned numerous times over the last week that Digg would be bringing back some of the old v3 features into the new v4, which has not had a whole bunch of positive feedback since its launch. A few hours ago, Kevin tweeted a screen shot of one of the...

The 15 Most Controversial Stories on Digg

Digg is home to a lot of healthy debate. This list of the most controversial stories was put together by analyzing stories that received a massive amount of diggs and enough down votes to trigger a bury. 1. Paris Free = Justice Fail Date: June 7th 2007 Diggs: 10309...

Digg to Publishers: Keep Your Traffic

Recently, Digg announced the release of new buttons and widgets for the site. This update comes amid much speculation after CEO Jay Adelson’s announcement at SXSW that the popular social news and networking site is to undergo a massive overhaul. The coolest part of...

GE Sponsors Digg’s Entire Health Section

Digg is one of the first social media communities to really take sponsorships and advertising to the next level. They were the first to allow users to rate ads shown on the site, have sponsorships for events like Digg Dialoggs, and even combined banner and background...