Do you have any success with digg and/or stumbleupon?
How much traffic do you get from digg and stumbleupon? My experience is not that good what about you?
I tend to get a few visitors from both every now and then. Probably more from stumbleupon. I use these more for their SEO value than to get visitors, but it is nice when a few people show up from them.
But some people are claiming thousands upon thousands visitors from su
Yes, every now and then a hub can get really popular and get lots of traffic from Stumbleupon. I had that happen to a blog I was writing for and we got hundreds of views one day from that.
meh. I get like 15 views total on stumbleupon. Hardly any help from digg
No, not with these either.
Looks like facebook, my own blog, hubpages and google are my friends, despite all the effort I put in with all of the other sharing options around.
Both sites when you submit there provide "Dofollow" backlinks.
The purpose of the dofollow links is not so much for you to get direct traffic from those sites, but rather, to increase the ranking of your submitted pages in the search engines.
Are you sure that they are "dofollow"? I think they are both "nofollow". But they are good nofollow links, they have good authority and they are being counted as Social signal to Google.
No I'm not sure, as sites can change that. I am sure that they both used to be.
I've used them. But not anymore, because I didn't think they help much considering the time involved.
I tried both when I first started Hubbing and got almost no results from either of 'em so I stopped using'em.
So far I've had a couple, the best ones have been when people have used digg to retweet my posts from and I've had small surges. It's best for the SEO stuff.
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