I am posting my Hubs on StumbleUpon fo increased traffic, yet is it better to post to the Review section or Discovery section? When I try to add a site using Stumbleupon's "Add Site" button on their website, it posts my Hubpage into a review - I would rather have it posted as a discovery as I can see how many views its getting
Anyone have any experience of this?
You should know that people who use Stumbleupon do not click on ads.
Oh thats a shame I was hoping for a traffic boost, but if they're not clicking ads then its not much use.
Stumble is not much use, it can drive some traffic, but it will be temporary and mostly unprofitable.
The best you can hope for is that someone stumbels on to your work, really likes it, and gives you a backlink to it.
I personally think that Stumbling is worth it for these reasons:
1. It's very little time and effort.
2. New hubs are indexed by Google quickly.
3. You might get backlinks, facebook likes, tweets out of it etc.
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