Quick Note On How To Use Google To Find Like-Minded Friends On Digg

If you add friends at random, then you end up with a bunch of “friends” that may not like what you post about.

If you don’t check first you could end up with a big problem!

Say someone you add might be into politics, but you only submit articles in video. If they don’t like your latest video submission on Burma, you stand a chance to get your article buried.

Here’s the solution: Quit adding people at random, and use the following query in Google:

last 30 days “Linux Unix ” site:http://digg.com/users/

Replace “Linux Unix” with the category you most often submit to. Add friends that have more than 20 diggs in a particular topic you are interested in. That’ll fix your friends list up real quick.

Here’s a screenshot of the results:

last-30-days-linux-unix-sitehttpdiggcomusers-google-search.png

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