Guy Kawasaki on his blog today wrote about Neil Patel of Pronet Advertising who put together a beginner’s guide on how to use Digg to drive traffic to your web site. If you are not familiar with Digg, it’s a site where users can submit links to stories they find on the net they think are worthwhile. The Digg community can then vote on the story and “Digg” it or “Bury” it depending on what they think of it. Stories that receive the largest number of votes get promoted to the front page or “most popular” page. This can have a dramatic impact on the amount of traffic going to your site in a relatively short period of time, if the community likes your page. For more details on how Digg works, click here.
Rajan is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of BIG Marketing for Small Business. He's an award-winning marketing strategist who is passionate about branding, digital marketing and social media. He spent nearly a decade as the marketing executive at global IT firm Peer 1 Hosting and was instrumental in their explosive growth.