Hi friends! If you know me from some of the blogging groups on Facebook, or maybe you’re in mine, you probably know I love StumbleUpon. It can be a great source of traffic for your blog, but StumbleUpon can also be used to find great content to share with your readers and followers.
Stumble Upon has the potential to bring consistent traffic to your blog and put your content in front of people who want to see it! As bloggers that’s what we hope for every time we publish a blog post.
I’ve been a StumbleUpon user since 2007 and over the years I’ve learned a lot about what works and what doesn’t. I wrote The Bloggers Guide To using StumbleUpon to fill in the pieces for you and help take the mystery out of using StumbleUpon.
The Bloggers Guide To Using StumbleUpon is divided into three parts;
• Understanding and Using StumbleUpon goes through setting up your account and how to utilize the various features, some of which you probably don’t even know exists.
• StumbleUpon For Bloggers is where I share my experience and ideas on how bloggers can use StumbleUpon to gain readers and traffic to their blog.
• The last part features questions I’ve received from surveying hundreds of bloggers – like you!
“I really enjoyed how you clearly instructed the reader how to identify options on both a desktop and mobile. Extremely useful as we all use different devices throughout the day. This is an extremely useful tool for any blogger or anyone looking to increase their social media platforms”
– Eileen Kelly, Blogger at Everyday Eileen
Buy The Bloggers Guide To Using StumbleUpon
“After I had been blogging for 2 years, I learned about Stumble Upon. I didn’t know what it was, or how to use it effectively, so for 2 years, it just sat nearly dormant. I had 8 lone followers and zero traffic from it. Meeting Joanne and learning her StumbleUpon techniques changed all that. In under 4 months, I have increased my followers to 300 and Stumble Upon is my 3rd highest source of traffic on a regular basis I can’t tell you how much her knowledge has helped me”
– Heather Harris, blogger at Homestead Hippy