I am removing articles from listmyfive and I have an article that has over 50,000 visitors. I know someone from stumbleupon linked to my article but I forgot how I found out who it was that link to my article. I want to notify them I am moving my article and send them the link. Please help
They did not stumble my article they put my link in their article. I am just trying to find out who linked to my article. I think it was an employee of stumbleupon.
Try doing a search for your article and see if one of the results shows it in the context of where it's linked. I'm not sure if that would work, nut it might.
Copy and paste the url of your hub into Google. It will bring up all of the pages that have linked to your hub. Hope this helps!
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