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Learning to StumbleUpon – Rush Hour Episode 3

This week we focused on StumbleUpon, everything from what StumbleUpon is to tips on using it to drive targeted traffic to your site. Learn why you should become an active member in the StumbleUpon community and how to get the most out of StumbleUpon and the traffic that it can bring.

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 Learning to StumbleUpon   Rush Hour Episode 3

Cameron Olthuis

 Learning to StumbleUpon   Rush Hour Episode 3

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12 thoughts on “Learning to StumbleUpon – Rush Hour Episode 3

  1. I was just thinking of poking Neil to make something like this! Great podcast, very useful…

  2. Justin, that’s funny, those are the only two toolbars I have (besides Google). I haven’t really gotten into community building though, so I’m excited to listen to the podcast. Currently, I use SU as more of a storage tool for cool articles/sites I run across. However, I witnessed the marketing potential of it last night when I went to our local Refresh developers meeting. A design company did a talk on Google Analytics and were mentioning that a “digg-like” site called StumbleUpon had been sending them a lot of traffic for the last week. The irony is I stumbled their site and blog two weeks ago and the traffic spike was a direct result of that. How cool! I deal with such a big retailer I forget about the difference things like this make to “little guys.”

  3. Sweet. We hooked up with a usability expert that was giving an analytics presentation at Refresh and attended the first meeting last night. It was awesome meeting people in the area that are interested in the same things… SEM isn’t exactly a booming industry in Jacksonville, FL. :)

  4. I’m stalking the crap out of you guys… you stumbled barbie? Good episode guys. I would suggest better phones/mics though. It can be difficult to hear sometimes. It sucks that your ads are the best quality audio in the clip.