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Are Digg Visitors Clickers or Non-Clickers?
What Quality Level is Digg Traffic?

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Msg#: 13191 posted 11:29 pm on Apr 3, 2006 (gmt 0)

I'd been reading Digg for some time and recently decided to register and post a few articles from my blog.

Here are a few questions I have for those with experience:

Are these visitors typically NOT going to click on ads- even if they are in a niche that interests the reader?

Is this considered a bonafide "black hat" tactic to generate traffic?

The reason I ask is that my articles haven't quite made it to the front page, though I have the bandwith to handle it if they do....but they have generated some remarkable traffic that so far hasn't converted in my AS stats.

On the other hand, I was interviewed on a major radio program in a major city this morning for something I'm doing in one of my niches- received great traffic as a result- but no clicks.

So where do we draw the line between what is "good" traffic and what is "dirty"?

Thanks in advance for your input.


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