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Some Major Stumble Action

As you can see from the screen prints below, a sizable number of Stumblers dropped by my site this week starting on the evening of 9/18/07. It shows you the importance of writing original posts/articles that separate you from the masses. When you look through the “money making” blogs everyday, most of them have the same rehashed stories over and over. And then over and over one more time. I mean, how many post about BlogRush can one person read?

It is hard to write original material all the time but I do my best to write some ideas that are mine and can be found no where else. The charts below show that if you keep plugging away writing unique stories, good things can happen!

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    […] unknown wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptAs you can see from the screen prints below, a sizable number of Stumblers dropped by my site this week starting on the evening of 9/18/07. It shows you the importance of writing original posts/articles that separate you from the masses … […]

    Business » Some Major Stumble Action on September 22nd, 2007
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    Wow man, that’s really cool. Maybe it had something to do with Talk Like a Pirate Day? Before the 19th I was lucky if I got 50 visits a day. My Talk Like a Pirate post got 8,000+ visits in 2 days. It was all because of Digg (the post got nearly 1,200 diggs)

    All it really takes is a good heading and an eye-catching little blurb under your stumbleupon or digg comment, and then a few people to positively respond to it. Generally these things work on a sliding scale, so the more people click on your link, the longer it stays up etc. If you get a few people digging or positively reviewing your post, a lot more people will be inclined to do so.

    You’ll probably also find that when you start getting a lot of traffic from digg and stumble that you get traffic from places you’ve never heard of. I tracked some down and most of them were sites that feature the “top 10 of whatever social bookmark sites…” like digg, stumble, technorati etc. I got a lot of traffic from these purely by virtue of being in the top 10 on digg for about 11 hours.

    Now next year I need to work on actually harnessing the pulling power of pirate day, because not ONE of the buggers clicked my ads! I think Digg and Stumble traffic aren’t ad clickers, because chances are your site is only one of up to a dozen they just opened and they’re not going to go clicking on ads out of curiosity as well.

    Chase on September 22nd, 2007
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    That’s some nice traffic you got there! Writing unique content surely builds traffic overtime.

    david on September 22nd, 2007
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    Nice traffic surge… It will sure bring some links.

    kamy on September 22nd, 2007
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    And it’s another great SU article! 😉 But you got it right – writing something unique at times really draws in the readers!

    YC on September 24th, 2007
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    I had a stumble spike of traffic the other day and it was for an original article, I even managed to capture the hits coming in by recording the live stats screen on wordpress, 141 visitors on site at one time. yey!

    good luck with your future articles..

    Andy Bailey on September 24th, 2007
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    That is freakin amaising… I’m not even listed on stumble upon right now but I’m heading there to add myself as soon as i post this

    DeMerchant on September 24th, 2007
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    Man I have had no luck with stumbleupon. It seems like you have to be an avid stumbler and do everything right from the gate to get any stubmleupon love.

    Life for a Second time on September 25th, 2007
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    Wow thats one huge traffic rise in just two days.

    I wish someone would stumble my blog 🙂
    Anyway nice blog, I like your articles as well due to the fact that it really is different.

    Even I have blogged about blogrush.

    esvl on September 26th, 2007
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    […] might have read my post HERE about how I got a ton of visitors from StumbleUpon last month. Below you will see the cPanel stats […]

    I Will Stumble You If.... on October 8th, 2007
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    I had a stumble spike of traffic the other day and it was for an original article, I even managed to capture the hits coming in by recording the live stats screen on wordpress, 141 visitors on site at one time. yey!

    good luck with your future articles..

    Garden Gates on October 30th, 2008