Digg Shares Metric

The Digg shares metric represents the number of times an email you sent was shared using a Digg social sharing link. Digg social sharing links can be added to your messages to allow your contacts to share the message via Digg.

What Does The Digg Shares Metric Represent?

The Digg shares metric represents the total number of times Digg social sharing links contained in emails you sent were clicked. For example, if a contact clicks the Digg social sharing link 10 times, then 10 would be recorded for the Digg shares metric.
Tip: For more information on social sharing links, see Social Share Links in Emails.

Why Is The Digg Shares Metric Important?

The Digg shares metric is important because it highlights both contact engagement and the effectiveness of the email you sent. If a contact takes the time to use the Digg social sharing link, then most likely it means they found the email you sent them compelling enough to share it via Digg.

How Is The Digg Shares Metric Calculated?

The Digg shares metric is a total of the number of times the Digg social sharing link was clicked.