• mad4

    Well done on the first Digg.

    Off topic: I really hate the urls in SE Land. What does 061220-075717.php signify?

    The site is great and this is my only minor complaint.

    Patrick

  • http://seowebmaster.com/ ★ ★ Search Engines WEB ★ ★

    Here is the detailed graph of the Digg effect courtesy of DiggTrends

    duggtrends.com/PlotGraph.aspx?
    id=e1716c37-5777-48fc-9735-d512851d2272&t=null

    But SearchEngineland was relatively lucky…
    OMG: how would you like to have been in THIS Guy’s shoes yesterday :LOL

    digg.com/tech_news/Digg_Unveils_New
    _Features_Kevin_s_Blog_Post_Explains_with_Video

  • http://searchengineland.com Danny Sullivan

    URLs are the date and time, YYMMDD-HHMMSS. There’s a very good reason to do this, protects you from moving to a new server. See Movable Type & Rebuild Safe URLs.

  • http://blog.outer-court.com Philipp Lenssen

    I was figuring you had loads of traffic already with most SEW readers converting to SEL?

  • http://www.seomoz.org randfish

    Danny – Digg probably sent you a lot more traffic than that through “direct referrals” from people clicking the link through the RSS feeds. That said, 7,200 is relatively low for a Digging – maybe due to seasonality or the interest level of Diggers or something else.

    We see between 8-12,000 uniques on average over 24 hours from a Digg mention.