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    Digg is NOFOLLOW rel=”nofollow”

    Digg has added NOFOLLOW rel=”nofollow” on External Links on external links from comments, user profiles and story pages below a certain threshold of popularity

    http://about.digg.com/blog/recent-ch...external-links

  2. Wow... Digg changes their dofollow/nofollow policy again... this is good to know!
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    thanks for notifying us! I wonder what the "certain threshold" is. maybe if a story gets more than 100 diggs the links will be do follow?

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    Digg is nofollow but not the digg users..Still very good way of getting visitors..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    Wow... Digg changes their dofollow/nofollow policy again... this is good to know!
    I started to notice that the links were nofollow and have been wondering what was going on.

    I'm wondering if they went back and changed all the old links to noflollow?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aziz View Post
    thanks for notifying us! I wonder what the "certain threshold" is. maybe if a story gets more than 100 diggs the links will be do follow?
    It may be that you need to be a power user?

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    Despite this news, digg is still a good internet marketing strategy to use. It attracts more visitors as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dansteel View Post
    Despite this news, digg is still a good internet marketing strategy to use. It attracts more visitors as well.
    Digg is only good if you optimize the anchor text to hit a long tail.

  8. Hi everybody,
    i am new SEO guy and right now working on social bookmarking sites but i am still unable to find that how to get advantage from digg as SEO, i post everyday in digg but i didn't get good resuld from there. Pleae anybody can explain me the proper way of using digg.

    Thanks in advance

  9. Quote Originally Posted by alanpoly View Post
    i am new SEO guy and right now working on social bookmarking sites but i am still unable to find that how to get advantage from digg as SEO, i post everyday in digg but i didn't get good resuld from there. Pleae anybody can explain me the proper way of using digg.
    Are you posting pages that other Digg users will find interesting? Are you participating in the Digg community to make your account more trusted?
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