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You can't. In short, the answer would have to be... No. We offer some tools along these lines, to those interested in promoting their sites, via our StumbleUpon Advertising programm - CH, StumbleUpon employee Not unless you sign up with their Paid Discovery plan which should give you analytics for all the pages under your site(s) that have been ...


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You can't choose or select a custom title for a site you want to submit to StumbleUpon. It will be chosen automatically from the page you're adding. Can I change the title of a submitted article? a page title is picked up from the source code of the page itself, and cannot be changed once attributed. The reason is because it would be open to ...


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Alright, this is the closest I could get so far with the bookmarklet: javascript:document.location.href='http://www.stumbleupon.com/submit?url='+document.URL+'&title='+document.title.replace(/ /g,'+'); (origin) Even though it's not fully satisfying, it does the core job. I'm still looking for more a delicate way for going about this. I'll consider ...


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It's the difference posting a normal review of a site you've stumbled or a blog post just to shoot the breeze. The sticky option is like forums or blog welcome notices, tacked on and sitting high atop the rest of the posts. Blog mode let's you make a post that is other than a review of a stumble - a regular "blog" entry, if you like. Sticky mode ...


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The first thing to do is go into Add-ons > Extensions > StumbleUpon: Preferences > Search & Tagging and make sure the "Save favorites & tags to a Firefox bookmar folder" checkbox is still checked. If it is, try clicking the "Download Favorites" button to force a full re-download. If that doesn't fix it, you may need to build a new Firefox ...


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Another painstaking way to to append each URL to http://stumbleupon.com/url/ and collate the results yourself. http://stumbleupon.com/url/{each-page-URL}



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