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Exclusive First Look: SU.PR – Stumble Upon’s New Traffic Builder

http://www.fourhourworkweek.com/blog/2009/06/09/stumble-upon-supr/ I spotted an announcement of SU.PR not on StumbleUpon, but on that charmless Internet-celebrity Tim Ferriss’ site. Here’s an excerpt which sums up both my disgust with Ferriss and my ever-growing disgust with StumbleUpon. The result of it all? More traffic. StumbleUpon has jumped to almost 10% of my total traffic per week, delivering […]

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jcastellanos713s reviews – StumbleUpon

http://jcastellanos713.stumbleupon.com/ Yes, her comments are outrageous and offensive, but the mass of Stumblers currently lambasting her page fail to mention – or note – that almost all her Stumbles are for her own site. Not only is she (?) a troll, (s)he appears to be trolling for SEO results. Double-ugh.

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Garlicoons favorite websites – StumbleUpon

http://garlicoon.stumbleupon.com/ Hi WhoGivesAShirt, please have a look at my new food network, www.garlicoon.com and feel free to sign up. Thanks Carsten Hi Carsten, please feel free to stop spamming your SU fellows, and feel free to enjoy being put on BLOCK. Thanks, Shirty

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Search engine optimization – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Search_engine_optimization In an effort to understand exactly what these SEO blighters (ahem) do, I thought I’d Wikipedia. Turns out my hunches were correct: An SEO technique is considered white hat if it conforms to the search engines’ guidelines and involves no deception. As the search engine guidelines are not written as a series of rules […]

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Emilymiller22s favorite websites – StumbleUpon

http://emilymiller22.stumbleupon.com/ A message in my inbox from EmilyMiller22 ends with: Note: This is not commercial message it is purely for the social cause. A Stumbler with a social conscience, to be sure, but apparently her social conscience fades out where spam is involved.

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Memory Lane | Step back in time – Previously Classmates.com

http://www.classmates.com/cmo/about/index.jsp Welcome to Classmates.com! The slowest site on the web for finding old acquaintances you’ve forgotten you shouldn’t miss in the first place! Member benefits include having to spend money to do anything on the site, and getting spam emails several times a month, despite clicking the “unsubscribe” option in your account! Seriously, this is […]

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Building a Large Audience For Your StumbleUpon Account | SMS

http://www.searchmarketingstandard.com/blog/2007/04/building-a-large-audience-for-your-stumbleupon-account.html A consequence of SU’s recent news popularity is that we’re seeing more self-promoting Stumblers and spammers. I differentiate between the two, because generally the self-promotion types contribute something to the service. This website, however, I’m lumping in with the spammers. It’s a how-to on exploiting what is, in my opinion, SU’s weakest link – […]

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E-mail spam – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E-mail_spam It’s a sad day – for the first time ever, my Spam count is above a hundred. Chillingly, it’s only 4:00, so there’s likely a lot more out there with my name on it. Well, not my name; that’s one of the hallmarks of Spam, innit?

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http://www.broadcastemailgroup.com/welcome.html These guys have been spamming me to promote their email (read: SPAM) services, using one of my own email addresses. As if the spamming wasn’t bad enough, they add the fear that someone has cracked my account. Here’s hoping there really is a special, extra-hot place in hell for jerks like them.

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Spamusement! Poorly-drawn cartoons inspired by actual spam subject lines!

http://www.spamusement.com/ This is good for a larf – like Exploding Dog without the wistfulness. Thanks, Eggplant Mike!

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