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Thread: Do you still using Bookmarking sites for web traffic ?

  1. #11
    I am preparing to really start using stumble upon as I notice I am getting more and more traffic to one blog from there.
    Which is odd since I really have not used that site in a couple years or more.

    Twitter is good for traffic to my blogs.
    Every post I tweet out.

    Facebook I just have the family page.
    After I get stumble upon working I will go into getting a business page and try that for a few months.

  2. #12
    Quick question: When you use a site like Stumble Upon, do you use the Facebook login option or sign up just with your email?

    Quote Originally Posted by iowadawg View Post
    I am preparing to really start using stumble upon as I notice I am getting more and more traffic to one blog from there.
    Which is odd since I really have not used that site in a couple years or more.

    Twitter is good for traffic to my blogs.
    Every post I tweet out.

    Facebook I just have the family page.
    After I get stumble upon working I will go into getting a business page and try that for a few months.
    I am also a writer for Serpholic Media. You can find some of my articles here: Serpholic Media Blog

  3. #13
    I never use facebook to sign in on any site.
    No site needs to see or know I have facebook.

    Thus, I use my email and password.

  4. #14
    But there are some people using their Facebook account to log in with the other social networking sites and think this is because they want to update their product and services at the same time. I have noticed that some of the released content published in other network sites are not well presented compared to the original content like URL were only posted in the site no description and title as well.

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