One of my hubs has had increased traffic from Stumleupon. Is there any way to know who posted it on Stumbleupon? I'd like to give thanks! I don't know anything about that site.
I don't actually get into that site alot but only use the toolbar for that, but I think I can check on that for you and let you know. If you could please let me know which hub it is!
Sure, here's the link. Thanks!!
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Start-a- … g-Business
Here is your answer:
She was the only one who stumbled your hub so far.
Ooops, no, there was one more guy who stumbled it - I could not identify him, but anyway RainbowRecognizer was the first three weeks ago.
Thanks Misha! So how did you find that out?
Here's another question...How did you get so many fans with so few hubs?!
Shawna, if you have the stumble upon tool bar installed on your browser you will see a thumbs up and thumbs down. To the right of that you will see a send to button and to the right of that you will see "Reviews of this page".
Thats the button you press to show you who has reviewed your page. Very handy for reciprocating checks.
You are welcome Here is where info is:
http://www.stumbleupon.com/url/hubpages … g-Business
As for the fans - go out and get noticed and make friends: comment on hubs, become a fan of others, participate on forums - and people will flock to you
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