How to get on the front page of Digg

How to use social networks, paid placements, and other tricks

Want to get on the front page of Digg? Everybody does. Digg drives massive amounts of traffic to tech stories, video clips, and new companies. Here's the best recipe yet for getting coverage: Write about Digg itself. To wit: Elinor Mills' story on about gaming Digg through the use of other social sites, paid placement, and shills. No sooner did it post than it rocketed to the front page of Digg itself. The story is here: The big Digg rig.

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