StumbleUpon is a very popular and effective bookmarking site with
low bounce rates that you can use to generate quality traffic to
your website.

StumbleUpon has a low bounce rate which means that people who
find their way to your site stay longer on your site, which is
good for you as they spend time visiting your site’s various
pages and subscribing to RSS feeds.

StumbleUpon is easy to use for generating traffic to your site;
all you have to do is sign at their website and on clicking their
‘stumble’ button you are taken to a site matching your interests
which you have to rate with a thumbs up or thumbs down.

It is only after you become part of the StumbleUpon community by
making friends with other StumbleUpon users will you be able to
use it to promote your website traffic.

Check the websites of other StumbleUpon users to rate their sites
so that they will also rate your site when you submit products,
services and blogs from your website.

By building your StumbleUpon profile, you look like a part of the
StumbleUpon community and not a person just looking to build
website traffic and thus make others interested in checking your
recommendations for things.

Create a StumbleUpon profile by filling up information about
yourself and your interests and upload an avatar that other
business people with similar interests may relate with to trade
links and banners with you for advertising reasons.

You have to build up your StumbleUpon friends’ list as it is only
if enough people give your submitted site a thumb up will it
become popular.

StumbleUpon friends will help increase your web traffic and web
popularity as they rate your site with a thumbs up as you do for

If you have a blog, writing about StumbleUpon and having link to
it on your website are affective means of generating website
traffic to your site.

With the help of these tips, you will start to StumbleUpon
increased web traffic to your site.

Joshua Shoemaker

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