The Power of Digging a Hawaii Beach Accommodation

I’m a bit of a late-comer to Digg. But I’m sold on the power of Digg to place pages in the top ten. While it’s not quite Wikipedia, mainly because it just compiles news and blog entries, rather than creating original content, it does have the potential to fill in cracks for small SEO guys like me who can’t compete with the big guys without help from, well, the big guys.Hawaii beach accommodation Kauai vacation rental house

When I finish a project, as I recently did on this Hawaii beach accommodation, I blog about it. The first place I usually blog is my personal blog, Backstage with Supak. After I blogged about the Hale Kilo I’a Kauai Beach House, I “dug” the blog post. That created a page entitled, “Digg – Hawaii beach accommodation” which now comes in 5th on a search for Hawaii beach accommodation.

Amazing. This little Digg page, with no Page Rank – a brand new page with no incoming links other than from within Digg itself, is ranking 5th, right between two PR5 sites from some big time names in Hawaii accommodations.

Now that’s the power of having a blog. Especially one that’s been around for a while, like mine. This shows that what you link to is often as important as what you get linked from. At least I think that’s what it means…

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