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June 22, 2010


If you have a blog or article that you'd like the world to know about, you have to do your best to market it online and get people talking about it. There are several ways that you can market your articles and blogs online to attract new people to your brand and improve your online reputation. One of the best ways to do this is by submitting your blog or articles that you write to social bookmarks sites.

Digg is one of the largest social bookmark sites online, covering a range of topics from news and sports to current events and technology. As a site with thousands of inbound and outbound link, it has an extremely high rank on Google and can help bring your site to the top of the list. To submit your page is extremely simple, all you have to do is register for a free digg account, submit your url and see you’ll see your website or article show up on one of the top pages.

The second part of digg, or other social bookmarking sites, is the ability for other people to be able to “like” or “digg” your submission. This means that if other people like your article or web page that your submission will quickly start ranking at the top of the social bookmarks page, getting you increased traffic, links and weight in Google.

In addition to digg, there are several smaller social bookmarking sites like Choowawa.com or niche related social bookmarking sites. You can easily find social bookmarking sites related to you or your brand by searching on Google. Most of them work the same way, with free registration and easy ways to submit your articles or web pages. This easy, online marketing trick can quickly get your article or website to the top of Google with little effort and increase your page rank with healthy links for your online reputation.
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