Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Digg me!

Hey guys,

As an effort to get my teaching out to more guys who need help meeting women, I have joined Digg.com.

If you have gotten any value at all out of the blog please help me with my endeavors in Social Networking. I'll be giving you guys links to all my stuff and I will be posting different articles on DIGG etc...

So hit me up on there and a couple more of these I add in the next few days!

Here's my profile page:




  1. Anonymous3:18 PM

    Hey man;

    I've been following Digg for about two years and I've only seen a handful of seduction articles do well there, and they weren't even hardcore ones.

    Not to be negative and discouraging, but it's pretty hard to get your content to hit it big on those sites, and your stuff isn't really the material that demographics likes.

    Try StumbleUpon though....

  2. Anonymous4:50 PM

    Good site...Facebook is pretty cool and reaches a BIG audience...food for thought...

  3. Anonymous5:34 PM

    I'd see you're using OnlyWire. Not bad, make an account on each of its 'one click sites.' A good way to attract more people to your blog is with good adsense. It makes your blog even easier to be searched on google and you can make money on it. My blog brings me in about $20 a day from about 800-1000 visitor a day. To get a good, highly successful Digg, you'd have to have pictures of a Lay report, with the girl unapparent of the pictures been taken of her (with her in very little clothes, and she'd have to be a 10). Then say "This is the results of solid game", or something easily as cheesy. But good luck with your Digg.
    Thanks for all your posts as well.

  4. Anonymous5:02 AM

    Anonymous (Comment #3), are you saying you make $20 a day from just Adsense on 1000 visitors a day? That's a super high $-Per-Thousand average if you do. How do you do it?

    As I understand it. The deal with StumbleUpon is to have your profile 'thumbs up' really good content that other people would like, and don't recommend too much crap. Then when you stumble your own stuff you have the 'authority' to have the system send lots of people to it.

    You can't stumble your own stuff too much though, it has diminishing returns.

    And the system isn't as great as it used to be about giving one user a lot of power to influence things. More people are using it for self-promotion and marketing now, so the effect is diluted. At first you could stumble your own articles and get a gauranteed few hundred views of it, not so much anymore.

    Now a bunch of people, and not just your friends, have to like something before it hits big.