I am trying to incorporate Stumbleupon for my companys digital marketing strategy. I have done a little bit of research. I would love to get suggestions and relevant tips.
Social bookmarking sites (digg, reddit, stumbleupon etc) require a lot of work for little return.
It's better to aim for social media sides, or just good keywords and Google traffic.
True but I have already started using the social media sites. Now I need to add more presence for this company. Thats why I am thinking of using Stumbleupon as well. Do you know amonst digg, reddit and stumbleupon which would be the most useful? The company I am working for is a mobile application developer.
Are they paying you to do this?
Edit - just went to your profile and discover you already know how to use stumbleupon and have written advice for other people.
I am working as assistant marketing manager. But the company hasnt had any digital marketing in place yet. So I have just started creating it since a week. So ya they are paying me for marketing their business.
Ya but thats just my learnings havent found enough from others who have used it already. A lot of people still suggest against it. Plus I need to add much more value to that hub.
Hi Mark as of now the budget is almost nil. I have a bunch of employees who could create content for me. I could bookmark this content on Stumbleupon. I need creative ideas which do not involve spending too much.
In that case - create really good content that will appeal to StumblerUpon users.
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