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I just signed up to Stumble and I'm completely lost! I thought I understood it, but I don't. I get the ratings, reviews and posting sites/blogs but I do not understand the searching at all. For example, does it not work like a search engine? I want to promote my face painting business. I had someone submit my site, but now I can't figure out how to have SU direct people to my page. I tried searching "face painting" and "nj face painting" and I'm nowhere to be found. So I figured I have to have a lot of stumblers giving me thumbs up before I appear...? My head is spinning!!

I would love to start trading Stumbles, but I want to know what I'm doing! Any help would be appreciated.

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hi Ivette, if you have the stumble upon toolbar on your browser, you can see how many times your post has been stumbled by clicking on the white bubbletalk button on the SU toolbar.

For your page to be stumbled on by other stumblers, it has to be thumbed up by more people. That's why it helps when you have a network of people like what we have here to stumble your post. The more your post gets a thumbs up, the more likely it will show up when the stumble button is pressed.

The best thing for you to do is add some of the other moms here as your stumble 'friends' and we can send pages that we want stumbled to each other.

If you'd like to add me, my SU is Blogurl1

Post the URL of the blog or website you'd like stumbled here and we'll start thumbing it up.

Sorry if my explanation isn't very clear. If you'd like to ask more specific questions, just let me know.

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