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Install the toolbar, very simple.
Then browse your own site, as you may normally. Then select the
stumbleupon toolbar "I like it" or thumbs-up button to recommend your
This either: a) Informs the Stumpleupon community of a new site to
"stumble upon" or, b) adds a recommendation to a site already
After recording your own site you may uninstall the toolbar.
Bother! Can the kitten still get it? <g>
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I'm noticing another phenomenom: Stumblers are old-school surfers and spend
a bit of time browsing referred websites, so the increased traffic is more
than a numbers game.
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On Mon, 14 Aug 2006 20:39:15 GMT, David Cary Hart put finger to
keyboard and typed:
Although a "tremendous amount" is very much relative to what the site
was already getting. I've added a few of mine to Stumbleupon over the
last few days; it's doubled the traffic to one of my less popular
sites but hardly made a noticeable difference to the most popular. And
three of my sites turned out to already be in the database, having
previously been added by other stumblers.
As a site promotion tool, the real test is whether it generates
"sticky" traffic - that is, people who become repeat visitors.
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