If you scroll to the bottom of a fundraising page then underneath the totals, you’ll see two new links next to the old RSS links, a bit like this:
If not, then read on.
"…everything on Digg is submitted by our community (that would be you).
After you submit content, other people read your submission and Digg
what they like best. If your story rocks and receives enough Diggs, it
is promoted to the front page for the millions of visitors to see."
Digg is a great way of generating some free extra traffic to your fundraising page, especially if you have a particularly good story. We’ve seen some great examples in the past of Justgiving pages being Dugg, and so this link makes it lots easier to start a new Digg.
And what’s Del.icio.us?
You know when you bookmark stuff using your browser, those bookmarks are only available on that particular computer, running that browser?
Well del.icio.us lets you bookmark online, so all your sites are collected together under one account. You can also tag and describe your bookmarks so you remember what they are. Better still, since it’s all networked, you can see if other people have been bookmarking the same sites as you and then check out other similar and popular sites you might not have heard of.
If you want to bookmark your page quickly, then click this link, and you can do the same for other fundraising pages you think are cool.