The Social Network That Gives My Blog the Most Traffic Is...

- Facebook
-MySpace
-Twitter
-Plurk
-StumbleUpon
-others?

Which social network drives the most traffic your way?

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Facebook! I have never heard of Plurk and would love to know how to use Stumbleupon to drive more traffic to it.
I have my blog linked to my Facebook, Twitter, on my email signature, and my messanger status. I use network blog on FB which means my postings are showing up and giving the option for the full read if they click to go to my blogger account. I had thought about switching to WordPress but I am satisfied with Blogger at this point in time.
I must be doing something wrong with Twitter because no one clicks on my blog links from there at all. Most of my traffic is from Facebook and my Facebook fan page has been great so far.
I would say Twitter followed by Facebook send me the most traffic but the majority of my traffic comes from forums I post in. My blog is a bit different though since it focuses on legitimate work from home jobs. I post when I have new jobs in the work from home forums I visit and get tons of visitors from there because it is basically forums full of women looking for work from home so it is very targeted traffic.
I am obviously not using stumble upon right though based on some of the postings here. Will have to check in to that.
Alaina
www.telecommutingmommies.com
for me it's definitely Twitter & MBC is up there too actually! :)
i don't use stumbleupon but I have a digg profile [which i also never use...lol] need to re-check those out!

I'm pretty green (under a year) to blogging so I"m hitting them all up, but not heard of StumbleUpon...so I'm off there right now...thanks.

www.crikeymum.blogspot.com

Stumble upon brings me the most traffic when I submit my content it too it. Followed by twitter, I use facebook but no one seems to venture to my blog from there.

I clearly have no idea how to use stumbleupon! I have the toolbar installed and I stumble and discover and review, but I get NO traffic from there. No one submits my content unless I submit it myself. I don't think my readership is that into stumbleupon though.

 

I get most of my traffic from facebook though.

Facebook is where I started and has always been good to me.  Twitter was slow at first but it seems to be coming around.  Linkedin has also been very positive as well.

 

Clay

http://tantrumstroublesandtreasures.blogspot.com

I had never heard about StumbleUpon. AMAZING!! Thank you for the great ideas!

 

Jess

www.jessmead.com

can someone explain how stumbleupon works to get traffic? I get the concept but not how it works to be build traffic.
Hi Lori -- I am just learning about marketing my blog.  Could you tell me how you got traffic through these sites.  I've joined Twitter but am clueless how to get friends there, and also clueless about how Stumbled Upon works.  Any thoughts would help.  Thanks.

A Cowboy's Wife (Lori) said:
I would have to say that Stumbleupon brings me hundreds of visitors daily with Twitter coming in second and Kirtsy coming in third.

I've never experimented with Facebook, don't like Plurk, and don't even know what Mebo is:/

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