These days I'm getting a lot more traffic from StumbleUpon compared to Google. StumbleUpon was really big in 2011 and surpassed Facebook. It's not that big anymore but it's still the #3 social network. I think it would be cool to form a StumbleUpon HubPages pact to help keep the stumbles rolling in. If a bunch of us got together we could like each other's HubPages in StumbleUpon it would definitely drive traffic to all our pages. If you're interested in joining in on this mighty alliance, let me know and I'll add you on StumbleUpon. Here's my profile: http://www.stumbleupon.com/stumbler/mer … ices/likes
Can you tell me a little more about Stumbleupon? I'm learning the different sites and had never heard of this. Can I post my hubs on here? Is there a payout? I'm only asking because the site doesn't really say much.
You might want to read the StumbleUpon TOS.
So I read (or tried to read) most of that contract yesterday... was your worry the privacy issues or was there something else? They don't own your work, but they can use it? I can't remember now... what were your concerns?
The fact that working together to push a certain site can basically get that site blacklisted.
After you stumble the same subdomain more than a few times they will block you from being able to do so and possibly close your account. This is the typical end result of reciprocal stumbling groups.
by crashcromwell 11 years ago
Does anyone post their sites on Stumbleupon? I started doing so earlier this week, and immediately started getting awesome traffic at a few of my underperforming hubs. Now, for the past few days, as I've tried to add additional hub pages there, they won't go through. I enter all the information and...
by Please Help 9 years ago
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by Brian 9 years ago
I was thinking of joining the stumbleupon website, to see if I could generate some traffic. I stopped there for a few mintues, it really doesn't seem much different than hubpages. It is kind of like Yahoo groups. I was just wondering if anyone has had any luck with it. Or if it is worth the effort.
by Laurel Rogers 7 years ago
Used to be around 90,000 of us, how about now?
by thisisoli 9 years ago
I have a few Google Wave invites left to give out, if anyone is interested pass me a PM and I will send a request in to google!
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