Linkbaiting, Male Dominance Of Digg And More..

Jan 22, 2007 | 2,313 views | by Navneet Kaushal
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Linkbaiting has been the flavor of the season lately. While Todd, Rand and Nick have written articles on the subject, Aaron Wall is inviting ideas for linkbaiting.

I'm guessing that most of these posts that make digg are the usual "appeal to male techies of a certain age" and focus on google, digg, LED projects, laptop modifications, politics?

My site is for women 20-30 and digg seems tough to crack that way.

Is that for real? How many prime diggers are "men techies of a certain age" with specific interests? If you look at Top Digg stories there is no uniform domination of tech stories. If you have noticed any trend, then let me know. 

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Navneet Kaushal

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