In June 2021, HackerNoon began its series of Thank You Giveaways.
The goal of these giveaways is to get some awesome HackerNoon swag out to our stellar contributors and to bring awareness to the communities we’ve fostered.
This is being done in order to help HackerNoon writers get more views on their stories. Without further ado, we’re pleased to announce the winners of our first Digg Community Giveaway!
For scoring themselves a free HackerNoon T-shirt!
If you haven’t already, please check the email you used to sign up to Digg. You should have received an email from us.
Please stay tuned for more giveaways coming soon. Maybe you’ll be in the next lucky group to win free HackerNoon gear!
Digg is a social network and news aggregating site that allows users to post stories to be curated and shared on the Digg homepage and among the various Digg namespaces.
It assists users to find web pages, posts, and blogs matching their interests, as well as forward and promote posts and blogs that resonate with them. Users submit stories that are thereafter either upvoted (digged) or not (buried).
The stories which are popular and well-received are always featured on the front page, which can drive a lot of traffic to the corresponding sites they originated from.
The main objective of this site is to assist users to navigate an exceedingly saturated online media space, making it easier to pick and consume the most relevant and important content and Internet trends of the day.
Digg has the potential to drive a lot of traffic to your HackerNoon story and we highly recommend you post every one of your Hacker Noon stories on Digg as well.
Sometimes taking 5 minutes to post on Digg is enough to drive thousands of curious readers to the stories you worked so hard to write.