Who Do You Digg?

Here’s your chance to tell us who you Digg the most!

Readers Made Digg It What It Is Today

We greatly appreciate and value our readers here, and many of you have in fact been the inspiration for subsequent reviews.¬† We’ve also enjoyed the discussion and commentary that has transpired as a result of the reviews.¬† This community, although young, is already proving to be a great group, and through our reviews it is expanding all the time!

We know you have all already given much of yourselves, but we thought we might be able to ask a little more of you.¬† We hope you don’t find it too much of an imposition.¬† Actually, we hope you can embrace it as the opportunity that it is–the opportunity to tell us what to do!¬† Hey, these opportunities don’t come along everyday :), best to get in while the getting is good.

Here’s Your Chance To Spotlight Your Favorite Blogs!

Maybe you’ve guessed by now what we are about to ask.¬† We’d like to know who you, our esteemed readers, think is worth following.

We know that there are great blogs out there.  We find more and more of them everyday.  And as you might guess, we also find some, well, less than great blogs.  Chances are though that all of you have more blogs that you follow and that are deserving of a review here on Do You Digg It!  So please speak up and tell us who they are!  Where can we find them?  Who is worth a read?  What blogs are worth bringing more readers to?

How To Tell Us What You Know

The rules are simple.¬† We don’t really have any.¬† Well, maybe a couple…

  • Blogs should be of good quality and provide content of interest.¬† They can be informational, educational, entertaining or just plain funny and anything in between, but they need to serve us some purpose or they’re just not worth talking about.¬† You might have noticed we don’t bother with negative reviews, we just ignore that which isn’t worth highlighting.¬† We’ll continue to do the same.
  • Blogs should be clean.¬† We’re all adults here (but maybe not), but we do like to maintain a modicum of decor, so please nothing that would be too offensive, end definitely nothing illegal.
  • We don’t really even care if the blog is your own, so long as it meets the standards set forth here.¬† If you think you’ve got a good thing going, do feel free to drop a link.¬† But hey!¬† Why not help a friend too and tell us about their great blog while you’re at it?

Now, to tell us where to go, all you need to do is leave a link in the comments below that goes directly to the blog.¬† We can take it from there.¬† We’ve got a diverse group of readers, and we’re very interested to see what you digg up!

Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
Do You Digg It! © 2017


14 Responses to “Who Do You Digg?”

  1. Sean Rasmussen Says:

    Well said, Mary. This is a way we can give back to the blogging community for everything it has done and is doing for the world. I truly feel that bloggers make the world a better place.
    Come on in and submit your recommended blogs to DoYouDiggIt!

  2. Mary Ward Says:

    Blogging certainly has a way of expanding our horizons and introducing us to things we’d never have known otherwise (or thought to have known). Can’t wait to learn more from our readers!

  3. K. Fields Says:

    I am recommending my own,

    and this one is also kinda different

    Great site, Lots of interesting stuff to read here. I found this from the technorati website. :)

  4. Mary Ward Says:

    And we’re glad you did! (find that is)

    Thanks for adding your blog and this other. I’ve got a few in the hopper, and then I’ll be checking them out!

    Thanks for playing along :)

  5. Andrea Says:

    Is it really lame to recommend my own? I’ve only been blogging for a littl over two months, but I love writing it.

    I also really like: http://barbhogan.typepad.com/ … she’s got a great sense of humor.

    Thank you!

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  7. Mary Ward Says:

    Not at all, Andrea (besides if you look above you’re not the only one!)

    A passion for blogging is one of the few prerequisites to blogging success–so you’re at least halfway there! Besides that it’s the first few months that are the most taxing, right?

    Will be by to scout out your links. Thanks for sharing!

  8. Andrea Says:

    Omgosh Mary, I just realized I never left the link for my blog in my post above – I’m sorry! It’s The Creative Junkie, http://www.thecreativejunkie.com

  9. Mary Ward Says:

    Haha, no problem Andrea. I was able to follow through your name, but thanks for the real link!

  10. Lydia Says:

    Hi Mary,
    It was so cool being surprised to find your review of my blog. I just read this Who Do You Digg post and now realize that someone may have actually submitted my blog’s link for review!
    It’s really an honor to refer you to the following:


  11. Mary Ward Says:

    Thank You, Lydia. You may have been submitted or I may have just been llucky enough to find your blog in my travels. Either way, glad we crossed paths and thanks tons for referring others! These look great!

  12. Lydia Says:

    I hope you’ll indulge three more suggestions from me, Mary. I’ll give your other readers a chance now to use this comment path. But. If you are in need of more suggestions later on, just visit my blogroll. It’s a list of wonder and delight! Here’s my three more:

    http://francessarich.blogspot.com/ (from Vienna for a continental flavor)
    http://www.mhmmslide.blogspot.com/ (by a 16-year-old who I find remarkable)
    http://bandingozen.blogspot.com/ (for depth)

  13. Mary Ward Says:

    Of course, Lydia. Thank you for taking the time to share those! I’ve been looking to expand our international horizons, that’ll help!

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