Hey there buddy, good to see you again. I'm in the middle of something right now, but I will stumble and digg these 2 links for you a little later on. Hope to see you in vsixc chat with the rest of the gang again soon. Cheers!
Okay, I stumbled upon yours (I have gotten hits from stumbleupon but still don't really "get it" as far as how people sort through all that to find articles. Anyway, please stumbleupon
http://hubpages.com/hub/Weather-Guide-f … a-Tourists
http://hubpages.com/hub/Visitors-Guide- … a-Nebraska
I've stumbled yours Veronica....
Anyone interested making a stumble exchange again, now you could stumble my new, longest and most comprehensive hub so far
Its against the TOS of SU. It will only do you harm in the long run, and traffic to this domain will fall.
Balisunset's articles were "quality" hubs that were deserving of such attention.
However, I do thank you for your concern. Your advice is warranted in cases where people "indiscriminately" abuse such social networking tools. Cheers, my friend.
maybe this is a bad idea after all
Point taken, Mark. Thank you for sharing your experience with us.
I suggest you all just go to stumblexchange.com You can do all the stumblexchanges you want without worrying about stumbleupon TOS.
You'll find several forum threads where people say Stumbling your Hubs isn't worth it anyway. You may get lots of traffic, but Stumblers aren't the kind of people who click on ads. Traffic without clicks isn't really worth having.
Yeah, they seem to be more of a visual type. At least based on what I am presented with when I try to stumble
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