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Want to buy a system to game Digg?

 Want to buy a system to game Digg?

Spikethevote.com is an application which aims to game Digg and get your link on the front page. It’s up for sale on Ebay at the moment.

From a review at Tech Crunch:

A link on the front page of Digg means tens of thousands of visitors to your site, so it’s no surprise that people are setting up systems to game it. The newest attempt is called Spike the Vote. It’s easy to wag your finger at them and say “shame on you,” but Digg is going to have to deal with threats like this if the content on its front page is going to mean anything.

Nick Wilsdon is the Head of Content and Media at iProspect UK, part of the Densu Aegis Network. He manages online campaigns for the UK's leading telecom, finance and FMCG brands.

Comments

  1. E3 KWD Cheker – is your programm? It is very good.

    Sorry for my English

  2. Thanks Artem – yes we built that but it’s a little out of date now. I wouldn’t mind created version 2 but I’m not sure how many people refer to KWD these days. Still we’ve had nearly 50’000 downloads of it, so I guess a few people do :)

  3. I think, that E3 KWD Check is a real good program and a lot of SEO managers used it. Russian equivalents, such as SE-Monitor, Ashmanov & Partners and other are not so quick and simple. We are used it for testing SEO optimization for the site http://www.fasad-iv.ru in Yandex and Rambler, and got a good results. We are moving this site in the top20 Yandex and Rambler by 10 key phrases.

    May I ask you a question? What are you (or your mean for Web2.style? Is it a simple design (such as Dream weaver MX templates) or anything else?

    I and my wife are web-designers and for 3 years of our experience didn’t hear this term.

    Can you answer me to e-mail? I don’t like forums and blogs.

    Sorry for my English

  4. Hi Artem,

    I’ll write you an email as well but for sites that explain Web 2.0 style these are probably the best:

    http://www.webdesignfromscratch.com/current-style.cfm

    http://www.fontshop.com/fontfeed/archives/web-20-logos.cfm

    There are plenty of links to follow from that first one – including one to the Russian site http://cssblast.ru/

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