Digg appeals to Tech people because it cushions their loneliness and helps hidden egos thrive. But is it as useful for the rest of us?

Like many other independent online publisher, for a long time we have tried to leverage the popularity of Digg by adding our fave content to Digg and by allowing others to add content with that +Digg link down below.

Did it help? Did it duck. Check here.

The only article on the PSFK sites that got more than a dozen Diggs was an article written by Digg-traffic-meister Ozgur Alaz. So we're beginning to think that Digg is not for us.

Probably the main reason our articles on Digg aren't popular is that, despite its expansion, Digg is largely a tech site – our content doesn't match.

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