Get More Votes on Digg with Spinnakr
Digg allows user-submitted links to content around the web to be up voted (dugg) with the ultimate goal of being featured on the homepage, or to be voted down (buried). Given that visibility of stories are user-driven, Digg is an ideal place to gain exposure for your content.
The Problem: Promotional Materials Are Not Necessarily Welcome on Digg
Similar to Reddit-users, Digg users are not fond of seeing outwardly promotional content, nor do Digg’s moderators allow these types of links to be published. While Digg is a great forum for exposing your website’s content, it can be difficult to get the content posted in the first place.
Spinnakr’s Solution: Target Digg users with Clear Calls to Action
Assuming your content has been submitted on Digg, Spinnakr can boost its popularity organically by starting a conversation with Digg users right from your website.
At Spinnakr, we’ve developed a way to detect Digg users when they arrive at your site. Spinnakr displays a message whenever a Digg user clicks through that says “Welcome, Digg user! We’d love a “digg” if you think this post would interest others!” The message allows Digg users to “digg” (up vote) your post right from your website.
The effect is:
- More diggs, leading to more exposure to Digg users
- More traffic
- Higher search engine rankings
To start using Spinnakr for Digg, or to learn more, visit spinnakr.com.