How to Add Digg! Button To Your Blog Posts..

Digg.com is a very interesting website helping Bloggers post their Articles on Digg.com .
This website helps to bring traffic to Blogs & other websites. You too can be a part of it.
To do so you will need to place their button on your Site.

To get started you just need to have a Digg button on your every blog post
just like this one --->


This question had been arised by a number of Bloggers, that


How they can Add this Button to Every Post Of Blogger?

To Add the button you just need to follow these very simple steps :-

1. Open your Blogger account, then on dashboard screen click on Layout



2. Then Click on Edit HTML Template Tab


3. Now in Edit Template Code Section click on 'Expand Widget Templates' & after that search
the following code in the html section:

4. Now right after this Code Place the following Digg Code :

After this Click on 'Save Template'.

5. Finally there will be a Digg button on right side of your post, just like the one below..


Use of this Digg Button:-

This Digg button will allow your users to put your Post on Digg.com& increase your site's Popularity and you will be able to Earn more from your site.


By: Bob Matharoo.


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SpiralButterfly said...

Hi. Your blog is very informative and I'll be returning regularly.

I was trying to add this Digg button code, but I keep getting this error message when I do:

"--Please correct the error below, and submit your template again.
Your template could not be parsed as it is not well-formed. Please make sure all XML elements are closed properly.
XML error message: The element type "script" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "". --"

Well I actually did go in there and put terminate script tag in there, but it didn't work. I still got the same error message. What am I doing wrong? I have tried it three times, to no avail. I am using the Minima Lefty Stretch template.

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