Just wondering are the best Bookmarking sites Digg
Any more suggestions Hubbers?
They are good ones. Do not spam them though. I have found that traffic from StumbleUpon does not equate into $'s.
Those are probably the two most popular ones, but there are LOTS of them out there with more being added every day. A couple of new ones that are gaining popularity are propeller.com and ma.gnolia.com and if you have a particular niche, you might try googling that and the words "social bookmarking" to get a sense of what's out there.
Take a look at Social Marker. Its a site that will help you to submit to lots of sites. The big problem is that the first time you go through the process it's a pain because you have to sign up for all the sites - it just seems to go on forever. The next time you go through the process its much quicker though. The great thing is that when you complete the boxes with url, title, description and tags etc they appear at the bottom of the screen so you can drag them into boxes that weren't filled automatically.
Hope that helps!
Definitely agree that StumbleUpon doesn't lead to many clicks or purchases. I only submit high quality hubs and hubs that are potential earners to bookmarking sites. They'll definitely ban your account with them if you spam them with links to one site, which is why I only submit my best of the best to them all in hops to get real traffic, clicks, and purchases from them.
by Cindy Vine 9 years ago
I was getting quite a bit of traffic from Stumbleupon, but the last while I notice it hasn't been accepting my submissions from Hubpages. They say that it's to prevent people from abusing the sytem and just promoting one site all the time. Does anybody know of a way around this?
by jcwin228 8 years ago
I've been using a variety of social bookmarking sites to increase traffic and for the do-follow links, due to a great hub by Ryankett, thanks Ryan!! Recently though, on a few sites like Kirsty or Wagg, even after several months, my bookmarks are all marked as "submitted", but none of them...
by Jasmine 7 years ago
How many social bookmarking sites do you use to draw traffic to your hubs?What sites do you use to promote your hubs and which of them draw the best traffic?
by MrKnowledge 7 years ago
Which social bookmarking sites bring you the most traffic?
by wesleycox 9 years ago
How many people actually submit their links to social bookmarking and/or networking sites. If you do, do you actually see any results. So far I have gotten very little results from these sites. Any tips, suggestions, or ideas?
by Has_aWayWithWords 8 years ago
I went to sign up for propeller and submit a couple of hubs, HUBPAGES DOMAIN BANNED FOR SPAM CONTENT. This goes back to my point the other day about weeding out some of the sapm stuff happening here. If Hubpages has been banned from propeller for spam content because of some jackass wouldn't...
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