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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Twitter, followed by Facebook.
I would have to say much of my traffic comes from Facebook and Digg. :)
Surprisingly? Facebook, with Twitter as a close second.
Entrecard has sent me lots of traffic since I joined.
I definitely receive the most amount of traffic from StumbleUpon - especially if I've had a recently submitted article. But despite this, StumbleUpon is always in my top 5 list of referrals (it's currently the 2nd most popular way that people get to my site/blog - with direct input being #1, so technically it's my biggest source of referral traffic, at least at the moment.)

Twitter is the 2nd highest social network - it's in my top 10 referral list at the moment

(I'm using Google Analytics for these stats).
StumbleUpon is my biggest source so far.
Don't have any. Just my friends on my list. Thanks for all the input. I should start joining. :)
I need to get on this stuff soon....
It's not really a social networking site but I get the most traffic from 5 Minutes for Mom. Stumble Upon would probably the second one but I haven't been as active lately.

I love facebook but I don't like that you have to publish your last name.
Twitter for me. :)
Definitely Twitter.
It seems a lot of people came here by following Velveteen Mind. While missed her twitter post about it, she must have told me telepathically, which led me to google southern mom bloggers and then I found this site.

I hide my head in shame to say I just joined twitter last week, so I'll hold hope you gals are right!

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