Not sure if you have noticed but I am no web designer. I get by simply by grabbing a template, tinkering with it and then leaving it half finished whilst something more interesting catches my eye.
2006 was the year of the digg. Virtually every website I read had a story, tips or a “how to game digg” story. Here are a bunch of my favourite blog posts regarding digg
Linkbait Success Rates & Digg’s New, Tougher Algo
Everything in the Digg, Reddit & Netscape Algorithms
Elinor Mills Embarasses Self, C|Net with Digg Article
Those Pesky Social Bookmarking Buttons on Blogs
How to Get Banned From Digg
Why It Doesn’t Pay to Game Digg
Begginers guide to Digg from Pronet
Using digg and Netscape to get traffic
How Not To Get Your URL Banned From Digg
How to get the most out of digg traffic
More ways to make the digg front page
Traffic comparison of StumbleUpon, digg and del.icio.us
What you need to know about digg and Netscape
Why Digg gets Dug
Digg unto others as you would have them Digg unto you
The hypocrisy of digg and spam
Online Marketing Blog
Search Engine Land
SEO Black Hat
AOL going Digg Style
Hoax Marketing Gets Front Page of Digg
Recycling Front Page Digg Stories
Humor and Drama in Diggville
10 Steps to Guarantee You Make the Digg Front Page
Forget the Digg Effect ? Check out the SEO Black Hat Effect!
Modern Life is Rubbish
How many Diggs do you need to make the homepage?
The Demographics of Digg
Top 10 reasons why ‘Top 10’ lists are so popular
What is Linkbaiting?
What is the average number of Diggs to make the homepage.
Over at Web Design Book Richard Quick has just held an interview podcast with Search Engine marketing expert Joe Balestrino.