It's so easy just go to stumbleupon and look for add and then add the url of the hub you want to add for example , I have added my hub http://miscellanea.hubpages.com/hub/Why … estination so do the same
You will need to sign up for a Stumble Upon account and to work best you need to share other items besides just your Hubs. If you do just your Hubs only it will be seen more as Spam. Hope that helps.
Absolutely! However, to build credibility with the Stumble Upon community, you'll want to do plenty of voting and sharing other content that you find interesting and high quality, not just your own. Stumbling and taking the time to vote on those pages is a major part of the website, so try to build up your experience on the site by voting and following other users first. You'll also learn what sort of content other users tend to find interesting and be better able to choose what content you share on the site.
A user that votes regularly on others' content and shares interesting websites and blogs other than the ones they've created will have much more credibility than one who simply joined to promote their own content.
There's even a toolbar you can install that makes sharing and voting as easy as the click of a button while you're browsing the web normally. Once you've built up a solid contribution to the community and you're ready to share your own content, just click on "Share" at the top of the screen and choose a message as well as your audience (specific, your followers, etc..)
Hope that helps, and good luck stumbling!
Thanks for the all inclusive answer. Your answer is of immense help to me, thanks a lot.
Wow, thank you so much for all of this information! I really needed to know all of this and you were very thorough in your explanation. You have tremendously helped me. Thank you!!
by Stacie Naczelnik 11 years ago
I haven't been able to submit any hubpages to stumble upon for the last few days. I get so far as pushing the "submit" button, but then it never loads. I can stumble other pages that are not hubs. Anyone else having problems with this?Thought I'd see how other hubbers...
by kelleyward 6 years ago
I'm looking for new places besides Facebook, Twitter, Digg and Reddit to post hubs that will generate views. Any ideas?
by troyjones 9 years ago
I would like to add Digg, Reddit, Stumble Upon, etc. buttons to my hubs. Is there a way?I'd like to provide readers with an easy ability to Digg my article. However, I don't want to add a link box to each and every article. Is there another way?
by Stephanie Hicks 10 years ago
I had been uploading my hubs to StumbleUpon until the past week or so when it would no longer work - I would be taken to the site, fill everything out, press click - then it would vanish and nothing showed up on my personal page there.Sooo... I emailed StumbleUpon and asked them what was up. ...
by thoughtfulgirl2 6 years ago
What is google +1 and how do I add it to my hubs?I just need this answered because I want to optimize my hubs for potential revenue.
by Shawn McCconnell 8 years ago
Do you submit your hub's to stumble upon?I just did on one of my articles, good or bad idea?
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