one of my hubs got 350+ views from them (over 4-5 days, I think), and it's not my work either - somehow, somewhere, some kind soul - bless him - stumbled upon one of my articles.
Ques is: How do I exploit this further?
I'd already went to my account there and "reviewed" as well as "liked" my own article.
(I am clueless with Stumbleupon, before this, I got something like 2-3 hits from them, and haven't went there for about half a year)
In my experience, SU traffic is just a flash in the pan. You get a bunch of eyeballs for a brief time and then it stops. Stumblers are not known for viewing pages long, nor for being very interactive, so on the whole, most Hub authors I know find the traffic a pleasant moment but not much more than that.
To get traffic from SU, you need a few people to like your links. I submitted a few links of mine to SU, then I saw thousands of people on one of my links and found out that around 5 people(if I remember correctly) have liked my link.
The traffic from SU normally do not convert but your page gets a good amount of exposure.
Thanks for the feedback guys!
What about Diggers?
Or other Social Bookmarking sites?
Never had much experience with any of them.
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