How to Add a URL to Submit Digg

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Digg.com is a social bookmarking website that allows you to submit the URLs for the interesting pages that you find on the Internet to a large searchable directory. When other users enjoy an article, they click the "Digg" button to add votes. A page that receives a large number of votes in a short time may be featured on the front page of the website or on its weekly "Diggnation" podcast. Submit a page to Digg to promote your own website or attract attention to another interesting page that you have discovered.

                                             

Step 1

Navigate in your Web browser to Digg.com, and click the blue "Login" button in the upper-right corner of the page. Type your Digg username and password, or click the "Create One" link and follow the instructions to create a new account.
Step 2

Click the green "Submit Link" button in the upper-left corner of the page.
Step 3

Type the full URL of the page that you want to submit to Digg, such as "http://www.example.com/page.htm." Digg automatically retrieves the page, displaying its title and description.
Step 4

Click and type in the "Title" and "Description" fields to modify the page title and description that Digg will display for the page. If the title and description are long, you may wish to modify these fields to catch readers' attention or add keyword density.
Step 5

Click the "Choose Topic" drop-down menu, and select the topic of the page that you are submitting, such as Technology or Sports.
Step 6

Click the "Digg It!" button to submit the page to Digg.

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