Why doesn't StumbleUpon show up in my Traffic Sources?
I joined StumbleUpon yesterday and according to a few individual hubs I am getting views from there. The overview of Traffic Sources however doesn't show StumpleUpon as a source. So will it show up with time? They are grouping my views from StumbleUpon in with hubpages.com views.
I'm not sure. It does show up in mine. I'd be interested in knowing more about that myself.
It should show up in time. I show a small total from there every month.
Too many people submitting to it, I would guess. Stumbleupon gives priority to veteran stumblers, and is a means of surfing only the "best" websites. If veteran stumblers vote down your submission, it will not get "stumbled." When you click "stumble" you should only get amazingly awesome webpages. Therefore- make a really amazingly awesome page, and you will inevitably have better luck.
StumbleUpon waste my time. I put many resume and link of mu hub there, but just a few traffic. Now I did not gave attention and abandon my StumbleUpon. I am concentrate write based on keyword and at least 700 words. Google like it and I got traffic. I also promote hub through friend in Facebook.
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by Mel Flagg COA OSC 10 years ago
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by jim10 14 years ago
I recently joined StumbleUpon and by Stumbling my sites they seem to get a lot more views. I was hoping to find friends on StumbleUpon. So if anyone wants to be friends so we can stumble each others sites I am Jim10. http://www.stumbleupon.com/Thanks,Jim10
by Kyriaki Chatzi 6 years ago
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