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Last night I noticed that I had visitors on my blog that found me through StumbleUpon. Not much, just a few. But now I want to know which article was added to StumbleUpon. How can I find it?

asked Nov 09 '11 at 03:02

Beyond_Life's gravatar image


One way you can do it is if you personally Stumble a page on Stumbleupon the Click Stumble on that it should open that page with the Stumbleupon Toolbar.

From there, Click the MORE button on Stumbleupon Toolbar and click " More from this Domain "

Here's a Screenshot of it:

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Hope that makes sense.


answered Nov 13 '11 at 15:05

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Well, i have to click hundereds of times to stumble my own page. I havent found anything till now. And if i click the link in my wordpress dashboard i get nowhere, just on Stumbleupon itsself.

(Nov 15 '11 at 17:24) Beyond_Life Beyond_Life's gravatar image

Try a neat Google Trick: Copy the title of your article or blog post and paste in the Google search field and then add "site: stumbleupon.com" after it. The given keywords will only show results from the website you entered.

Example: alt text


answered Nov 12 '11 at 13:16

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Right, thanks, but the only problem is that I dont know wich article is on stumbleupon.

(Nov 12 '11 at 15:21) Beyond_Life Beyond_Life's gravatar image

You need Google Analytics set up my friend. Then it will show you which page is being referred to by Stumbleupon.



answered Nov 29 '11 at 00:41

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