UPDATE: You no longer have to send your RSS feed to Erin Ryan at Digg. Digg is currently not taking any new registrations, for they are porting settings from the old interface to Digg version 4. If you already have a Digg account and are already on Digg v4 subscribe to my newsletter, for I will be posting a step-by-step guide on how to develop and set up your publisher account. If you are not on the New Digg yet but you are on the old Digg, enter your username and email address on http://digg.com/new, and you will receive an administrative message when your account is ready to be used on Digg V4. Otherwise, go to Digg.com/register, and leave your email and you will be notified once you could join Digg.
I am in talks with Digg and major media properties in helping them get acclimated to the New Digg. I will also be helping anybody with a billion Euros get a ticket in the adamantium steel bunker in the center of the Earth before asteroid shower blows up this planet on December 21, 2012, and we’re left sword fighting with tree branches for canned beans. Publishers should take the following steps to join the New Digg and finally get more followers than Ashton Kutcher before he punks Kevin Rose by planting marijuana in his tea bags and sending DEA agents with machetes, m-16’s, and body armor to his house. And if you’re scalping my tickets to Noah’s arc, get ready to scrub Lindsay Lohan’s panties in jail for the next two weeks. So bing!
- Setup an official account for your organization or brand (or multiple brands) at digg.com/register. Also add a photo, name and bio
Send Erin Ryan @ Digg eryan [at] digg.com an official RSS feed associated with that account.Digg is recommending you submit less content but of higher quality; so don’t give me Glen Beck for president; more Old Spice man skydiving off of the Virgin Galactic spacecraft. Also you’ll need to send Erin @ Digg the email address of the main point person on each account.
Every account should be setup with a unique email address.
And as a quick best practice, post ‘Follow me on Digg‘ links to your Digg profile. as of now all of your existing friends on Digg will be your followers on the new.digg system so go start kicking avatars and taking down usernames.
What steps are you taking to get acclimated with the new Digg? Please leave your responses in the comments section below
My name is Neal Rodriguez
Diggers don’t die we multiply!