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Reality Check: StumbleUpon Doesn’t Work – Website Magazine


There is no question that certain social media platforms can be helpful…Right now, there are too many companies looking for a share of your interest and traffic. Until that gets settled, it will remain difficult to determine where to spend your limited time and energy on such projects.

There is an ongoing thread on the Wet Canvas Internet Strategies discussion board titled, Anyone Using Stumbleupon. Begun more than a year ago, it has recently come back to being active with new comments. The range of experience is interesting to note as it has its supporters and naysayers. I have to say the studious infomation on the link below from Website Magazine would cool my ardor, assuming I had any to begin with, towards spending time to generate traffic from Stumbleupon.

Reality Check: StumbleUpon Doesn't Work – Website Magazine – Website Magazine

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Right in-sync PC World magazine publishes this article Hands-On with the Worthless New StumbleUpon Design

There is no question that certain social media platforms can be helpful. I've suggested here before Facebook is a leading candidate. Right now, there are too many companies looking for a share of your interest and traffic. Until that gets settled, it will remain difficult to determine where to spend your limited time and energy on such projects.

As an interesting aside, I used the "Share This" feature at the end of the article on Website Magazine to make the blog post here about Stumbleupon. All I had to do was enter my username and password and the software did the rest. I'm editing it by adding additional thougthts, but really like the idea that I can conveniently repost valuable information with just a few keystrokes. That's a neat Web 2.0 development I can brag about.

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