10 Steps to Guarantee You Make the Digg Front Page

As I sit here writing on the world’s greatest personal computer (The Mac Pro Quad Xeon 64-bit workstation with dual 30 inch monitors):

Dual 30 inch Mac

I can’t help but pity you Wal-Mart shoppers who still use software from the Antichrist (Microsoft) and can’t figure out how to get on the front page of Digg (Idiots!).

So, I did some statistical analysis, using my Open Office Firefox plugin, of all the stories that made the front page of Digg in the past year and have come up with:

The 10 Steps to Guarantee You Make the Digg Front Page

Hopefully, you will be able to use them before we all die because of global warming next year . . .

1. Make A List or Tutorial Headline. Your Headline should make it seem like the reader’s online success is just a 5 minute read away. Remember, the average digger has the attention span of a gnat on crack. Diggers want the fast, easy answer that will solve all their problems. Your headline must appeal to people with severe ADD or most people won’t even read your article – let alone Digg it.

*In the past year, a “top 10” or “top 100” list has made the front page on average once every other day.

2. Write about Digg. Could a site be any more narcissistic? I think not. Digg likes itself so much that Paris Hilton looks about as humble as a Nun by comparison. People must be sitting at their computers going “OMG Look it’s a story about Digg! That’s sooooooo cool! I’ll totally digg that!” Bonus points if you mention Kevin Rose.

* In the past year, stories with “Digg” in the submission have made the front page a whopping 554 times and mentioned Kevin Rose by name an average of once a week.

3. Appeal to the Apple fanboys. Did you hear from someone who knows someone who served a Cream Chai Latte to Steve Jobs about some Mac Rumor? Well that’s front page Digg Material all the way! Don’t know why, but if Apple lets out a fart, diggers can’t wait to comment on the rosy smell.

* Stories with “Apple” in the Submission have made the front page a mind blowing 1225 times in the past year.

4. Doom and Gloom about how Global Warming will destroy us all. Who cares if we only have real data that covers about 1/20,000,000 of the earth’s history? (unless you’re a creationist, then it’s like 1/40th). So what if there is nothing but anecdotal evidence to support almost every claim? Does it matter that world’s best meteorologists can’t even tell me if it’s going to rain tomorrow?

No!

Diggers don’t really like to DO anything about global warming, but feel guilty about it despite a lack of conclusive evidence. In that sense, I guess it’s kinda like “Religion 2.0”. Diggers will Digg Global warming Doom and Gloom stories so they can “feel” like they “did something” to “help mankind.” All while consuming more electricity, more oil and more natural resources than the 80% of the world’s population that doesn’t even have a computer.

* A junk science, doom and Gloom story about Global Warming will make the front page of Digg on average of once a week.

5. Write about how great Firefox is. When it comes to Firefox, no story is too lame, no plugin is too useless and no article can praise Firefox too much for the front page of Digg. Sure, it’s just a freaking browser. Sure, it leaks memory faster than . . . umm . . . some kind of leaky thing leaking much faster than usual. Sure no one really needs YAFFFP – but who cares?!?

* In the past year, a firefox story has made the front page on average once every day.

6. Remember: Walmart, George Bush, and Fox News have NEVER done ANYTHING right. Everything they do is because they are 100% evil to the core. This REAL Axis of Evil delights in the clear-cutting of forests just for shits and giggles, the sadistic torture of children, and is right now plotting the Next 9/11 attack on America. Here’s a link to a Jon Stewart Video that proves it’s all true!

* * actually, I’m not a fan of George Bush; but his coverage on Digg is more rigged than a Diebold voting machine. Maybe he should ask for a Digg recount?

7. Repeat after me: “Microsoft sucks, Microsoft Sucks, Microsoft Sucks.” So what if 97% of all computer users use their products? Ignore that they’ve been the most consistent winner for the last 25 years in a space littered with failures. Who cares if their founder has given more to charity than any human in the history of mankind? They suck! And they are evil! Why? Because it’s cool to say so.

Don’t believe me? Check out this screenshot of the most recent Digg front page Microsoft Stories. I was going to parody it up, but there’s no need!

* 94% of the front page articles that mentioned Microsoft in the past year cast the company in a negative light.

8. Make up outrageous statistics that you have not researched. State your opinions as fact. Sure, they might get vetted by some geek who has nothing better to do, but that probably won’t happen until you’ve already made the front page.

9. Insult as many groups as you can. Flamewars are popular for a reason. Throw out bombs that dare people to comment on your story. If you haven’t pissed off half your readers by the end of your article, it’s probably because you don’t have the balls or you’re too stupid to figure out how.

10. Include the word’s slowest loading Plugin so people can Digg your Story without leaving your site. If you manage to type 1000 words, there’s at least a chance that it will finish loading before the reader has finished reading your article. Then if you’re lucky, about 5% of your lazy-ass readers might actually click the button to digg your story:

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89 Responses to “10 Steps to Guarantee You Make the Digg Front Page”

  1. QuadsZilla says:

    It’s on reddit and Netscape too:

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    I’m such a whore . . .

  2. sasa says:

    Very nice new layout. Could we get a print stylesheet, please?

  3. LukeWelling says:

    Worked for me.

    Mostly I went with rule 9, insulting Java programmers but with broad sweaping aspersions being cast at many others too.

    I also threw in a little of Rule 10 (Acrobat Reader is the undisputed slowest loading plugin in the known universe) added some rule 8, had a swipe at Microsoft’s ASP, and I think a diagram falls under the general spirit of Rule 1.

    Before you know it, “Java Programmers are the Erotic Furries of Programming” was on the front page.

    The only problem is that if you go too far with the Rule 8 flamebait, it might not stay up for long. It will not be buried as fast as a story claiming that Apple is slightly imperfect, but it will be burried if you insult enough people.

  4. japoani18 says:

    LoL ! So ..according to your rules you should be number 1 in Digg very soon :)

    PS: I asked a question about The Private Forum and an alternative to paying… will anybody answer pls ?

  5. QuadsZilla says:

    There is no alternative to paying. However, I will accept epassporte as an alternative form of payment.

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  7. Hatim says:

    You are applying number and it seems to work. From now on all my posts would read “10 best ..”, “10 most… ” … :)

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  11. It’s not the Diggers but Americans in general who are this way.
    Digg is foremost a study in how unimaginative and institutionalized that country is.
    Don’t forget to vote for Hillary, buy a new $23,000 Prius to replace
    your 1 year old car, buy an IPod, and donate $5000 to your favorite CEO.

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  15. seohno says:

    So THAT’S the problem!!!

    I thought it truly insane that articles about my penis have hit the front page of digg a total of 0 (ZERO) times since digg launched. Now I think I know why…

    Thank you!

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  20. Cumbrowski says:

    Good Job Aaron. Bait worked. ;)

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  26. jadr says:

    Hey

    Dont hesitate to include your own thought-up statistics. This post’ is far from outrageous – a bit mainstream even.

    I heard that seoblackhat.com is the most seen blackhat blog in the world. I did the research too from access to your stats. I turns out that, your site is the 15th most viewed blog that has stories on Digg. Funny thing is that the notorious blog from Microsoft is just below yours, but the Apple blog is just before yours, on 14th.

    15% of the viewers on your site, are refered by another blog, 96% of those 15% are linked from their own blogs, meaning that around 14% of the views on your site have a blog.

    Do the math. You are the 10th most referred blog on Digg, only just beaten by Matt Cutts.

    Cheers mate

    he he
    jakob
    http://www.boyer-draeby.dk

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  28. askmanny says:

    This was hilarious! I agree with it, as sad as it may be. A post I wrote a while back on “How to Add a Digg this Story button to your posts in blogger”:
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    has given me most of the recent traffic that I’ve received from Digg in recent months! :)

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  35. bigdog says:

    How in the world did this article crush digg? How many visitors did you send them?

  36. esueno says:

    Ha ha! Too funny. It worked as I am here. :)

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  38. ROIGuy says:

    Thank!

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  42. QuadsZilla says:

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  56. Buying Diggs says:

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  57. soldierboy101st says:

    You need to add “Bash RIAA and MPAA any chance you get” to the list.

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  78. eason says:

    Very nice information provided as well as joke , some are hilarious! thanks ;)

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  82. mv5869 says:

    Fantastic! The irony of having over 5000 digs for this story itself.

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