Digg helps you discover the most interesting stuff on the web (just like your friend who spends way too much time on the internet.) Sometimes, that stuff comes from brands and advertisers. We work with partners to create native, display and bespoke content that is valuable to our consumers. And if your boss needs to hear jargon like "Digg's advertising is driven by proprietary data and optimized by multi-armed bandit testing, leading to performance that consistently outperforms the market" ... well, you’re welcome.
We love our readers at Digg, and we take their trust seriously. They are smart, discerning, really good looking, and come to us directly for the stories, videos and news that matter to them. Building the best user experience is crucial, and we’ve found it’s also the best approach for our brand partners.
In short, Digg makes suck-free ads that work. And we’re looking for partners who want the same.
Test us out with your own campaign
Blue Apron wants to help people help themselves through easy recipes and fresh ingredients. But getting people to make the time to cook is a challenge. Blue Apron enlisted Digg to help explain to busy individuals that their product would help save people time and money.
Greg Fitzgerald, Blue Apron
Harry’s is a cutting edge brand trying to overhaul the shaving industry. Using our razor-sharp wit, we were able to properly explain Harry’s competitive advantage to the target demographic without sounding like a traditional ad.
Squarespace wants to show how easy it is to make the Internet a better, cleaner place. So do we. But explaining to people that designing a website doesn’t have to be hard work is in itself hard work. Squarespace partnered with Digg on several campaigns, including a contest, that proved just how simple web design can be.
Nik Papic, Squarespace