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How to Write the Right Title for Digg
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How to Write the Right Title for Digg

Yes it’s true, content is king. If your content is great, if your service is unparalleled and your product truly novel, nothing will stand in its way, right? Well not entirely. If you are truly to take advantage of all socially driven sites have to offer, you need to focus on presentation. How you present yourself can take you long way, and here’s how to do it right.

Three Innovative Ways to Use Twitter
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Three Innovative Ways to Use Twitter

There is no hiding the fact that I’m not a fan of the way the masses are currently using Twitter. The problem is not with the service itself as much as it is with the people using it. With that in mind, here are several innovative ways in which Twitter is being used or can be used to better connect with your readers/customers.

Three Hidden Dangers of Twitter
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Three Hidden Dangers of Twitter

It seems that everyone is talking about Twitter, and while the service is seeing enormous growth and all the celebrity bloggers have started using it like their life depends on it, before you jump on the bandwagon, here are a few considerations to keep in mind.

Optimizing Firefox for Digg.com
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Optimizing Firefox for Digg.com

Surfing socially driven sites can be informative and entertaining at the same time, but sometimes it can also be a little cumbersome. To help you make the best of your socially driven experience, this three-part series will help you optimize Firefox for the best socially driven experience possible.

Put on Your Game Face
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Put on Your Game Face

You are probably a great writer with many insightful things to say and have lots of people reading your content, but for some reason not many of these people ever get in touch with you. You don’t have people leaving comments, filling out contact forms, or wanting to get in touch with you outside your blog. Why is this?

Explode!
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Explode!

There are two kinds of passionate social web users. There are those who are passionate about the social media space and want to try out ever single site out there, and then there are others who are passionate about one particular site and stick to it.

Going Green Can Make You Some Green
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Going Green Can Make You Some Green

I was sitting in my university cafeteria with some friends the other day and after finishing my food, while I was waiting for the rest of them to finish, I was looking around the room and there was this girl sitting across from me. As the story goes, I wasn’t paying attention to the girl, rather my eyes were drawn to what she was drinking and the green label on the bottle.

Please Don't: Linkjack!
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Please Don't: Linkjack!

While I have been reading content and voting for it on Reddit for a while now, I only recently began reading and moderating the comments on the site. If you surf the site enough, you will inevitably run into talk of ‘linkjacking’. So what is this linkjacking and why is it so bad?

What’s Popular on Reddit?
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What’s Popular on Reddit?

I have had a particularly hard time determining what content will become popular on [Reddit](http://www.reddit.com). While some argue that Redditers like Politics, others argue that Science is king. But sometimes, the content that becomes popular can completely catch you off-guard.

Diggnation: At a Theatre Near You
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Diggnation: At a Theatre Near You

It is a testament to the success –and the loyalty/passion of the audience– of an online video Podcast when its viewer base will go out of its way to organize large-scale offline gatherings based around viewings of an episode of the show. One podcast to reach such success is Digg.com’s Diggnation.