Boost Your Traffic With StumbleUpon Exchange Train

Another great thing is coming from StumbleUpon in a form of its Exchange Train. It’s supposed to give some boost in traffic to everyone who joins it. I got mine original list from Yeepage Journal whose article about StumbleUpon Exchange Train made me do this. 

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Here are the rules:

1. If you don’t have a StumbleUpon account signup for one, if you do have a Stumbleupon account download the toolbar (it will make this much easier!) 

2. Write a short introduction paragraph about where, and how you found the StumbleUpon Trust Train and include a link to the blog that referred you to the list. 

3. COPY the Rules and ENTIRE List below and post it to your blog. To avoid duplicate content and increase the amount of keywords your site can be accessible for, go ahead and change the titles of the blog. Just don’t change the links of the blog. 

4. Take “My New List” and move them into the “The Original List”. 

5. Add 3 Blogs that you’ve just Stumbled to your StumbleUpon Trust Train to the “My New List” section. 

6. Vote “I Like It!” for all the sites on the StumbleUpon Trust Train! 

My New List 

Ioncenter’s Weblog
New Affiliate Discoveries
Blogging Experiment 

The Original List 

Yeepage
Onemansgoal
Dolphinscuba
Daily Web Ideas
Make Money Online with a Girl
Meridiancrest
Blogging Tips
Search Engine Marketing
Pure Blogging
John Cow
Gary Lee
Ms Danielle
The Miscellaneous Ramblings of a Dot Com BuffaloShawn Knight
Edwin Lau’s Edition
The Rumblings Of A Internet Guru
Idiot Brain
Blogger Trail

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