Published on November 23rd, 2011 | by Olawale Daniel4
How StumbleUpon Can Help You Drives Traffic to Your Blog/Website
StumbleUpon is one of the best website that helps bloggers get more traffic to their respective blogs or websites on regular basis. It is one of the social proof websites that bloggers can depend on when it comes to having more pageviews and some other things that pertains to traffic generation. Even some people still believes that StumbleUpon traffic aren’t good and quality traffic, but I can say bold that stumbleupon can help you get unique and quality traffic to your websites on regular basis so far you have the right information that people are looking for.
Onibalusi Bamidele of YoungPrePro have lots to say about how stumbleupon can help bloggers improve their traffic rate and some other things as well.
In this infographics provided by the StumbleUpon team, it shows you how the service steer-clear of other social networking sites like Facebook, Reddit, Twitter and some others to become the best in gifting bloggers more visitors on daily basis. But, everything depends on one thing and that thing is quality of the information you are disseminating – stumbleupon team will never ever syndicate your blog post if they know that the information cannot help their users in one way or the other. If you’re not offering people the best services, you can’t get more from stumbleupon, that’s just the trick.
StumbleUpon explains below the reason why the time-on-site in this infographic is different to the kind of the one you’re familiar to on your website:
“(You might be wondering why the time-on-site data for StumbleUpon traffic that we’ve shared in this graphic may differ from what you’re used to seeing in your web tracking platforms, such as Google Analytics, WebTrends, Yahoo! Web Analytics, CoreMetrics, etc. It’s because these platforms assign a ‘zero’ time-on-site to all single-page visits, regardless of how long those visitors spend on that one page. Since our community relies on us to help them explore the web by simply clicking the ‘Stumble!’ button – as opposed to navigating on their own by clicking links on a page – true time-on-site for StumbleUpon referrals is significantly underreported by analytics packages relative to other referrers. The data we’ve shared here represents the average “time between Stumbles” – i.e., the time between when one is Stumbled to a page and when one clicks the Stumble! button again to see another page. See our Quora answer on this issue for more info.)”
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