All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘StumbleUpon’

StumbleUpon Gets Big Desktop Redesign, Adds Lists

Last week, StumbleUpon introduced a new iOS app, which brought some new features to the service that have not been available on the desktop version or in StumbleUpon’s other mobile apps. Now, the company has brought some of those features (and a bit more) to the desktop experience. StumbleUpon VP, Product, Cody Simms, gave us a tour of the new …

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What Does The New StumbleUpon Mean For Your Referrals?

This week, StumbleUpon launched a new iOS app with some big changes to the homepage and how users stumble through content, among other things (see our full review and interview with the company here). While the changes have only come to the iOS app so far, some, if not all of them will come to the other mobile versions and …

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StumbleUpon Gets Another Big Makeover

StumbleUpon has just launched a new app for iOS, which brings some features to the StumbleUpon experience still absent from the desktop and Android versions. But that’s not to say they won’t be coming. “We made the app a lot more fun,” StumbleUpon’s new VP, Product, Cody Simms, tells WebProNews. The app brings some new user identity-related features to the …

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StumbleUpon Gets Privacy Policy Update

StumbleUpon has sent an email to users discussing some updates it is making to its terms of service and privacy policy. The privacy policy updates is effective now, but the update to the terms begins next month. Part of the changes to both has to do with joining StumbleUpon using Facebook and Google accounts. This was apparently not covered in …

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Read This, And Tell Me StumbleUpon Isn’t An Amazing Marketing Tool

Some things don’t change. StumbleUpon, after all these years, can still be a great driver of traffic to your website, despite how little it has changed in comparison to other social services. Think about how much Facebook has changed over the years, or even Twitter. StumbleUpon is certainly a different kind of beast, but each of these products is used …

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StumbleUpon’s New VP of Product Surfs, Wears a Green Hat

StumbleUpon announced today that it has hired Cody Simms as its new vice president of product. Simms will be leaving his current position as vice president of product management at Yahoo to fill the job. The StumbleUpon position will put him in charge of the company’s product management and design, including the Paid Discovery advertising platform. “Cody has great experience …

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StumbleUpon Now Recommends Sites and Interests

Stumble Upon has started rolling out a pop-up along the control bar at the top of the page that recommends sites and interests based on the things that you Stumble frequently. If you Stumble pages on a site frequently, StumbleUpon will ask you if you would like to see more pages from that site. Likewise, if you thumbs up a …

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Google+ Is from Mars, Pinterest Is from Venus

So every webpage you visit these days is required to have a minimum of twenty social media buttons so that visitors can send updates of their internet activities shooting across the web for all to see. I bet you didn’t know that. Tweet, Like, +1, Pin, Stumble, inShare, Digg, post to Reddit (along with a million other ways to share …

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Ad Firm Adaptly Raises $10.5 Million

Adaptly, an NYC startup that manages advertising campaigns on social networking platforms like Facebook, Twitter and StumbleUpon, has raised a $10.5 million B investment round, led by Valhalla Partners. Adaptly was cofounded by two youngsters fresh out of Northwestern, Nikhil Sethi, 23, and Garrett Ullom, 22, indicative of the new crop of very young industry entrepreneurs. Payments processing startup Gumroad, …

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StumbleUpon’s Garrett Camp Steps Down as CEO

Garrett Camp, founder of StumbleUpon, is stepping down as active CEO, Business Insider is reporting. He will stay on as the company chairman, but the abrupt resignation leaves StumbleUpon suddenly without a CEO. They are now conducting a public search for a new one. Mr. Camp stuck with StumbleUpon for 10 years, after creating it as a grad student. In …

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The Power of StumbleUpon [Infographic]

For those of you who are already familiar with Paid Discovery, you won’t be surprised to hear that StumbleUpon is experiencing great success. Most people using Stumble are already focused on discovering new products, sharing photos, and exploring websites. So if you can present your products in a fun and interesting way, there’s a good chance advertising will equate to …

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More Details On StumbleUpon’s Facebook App [UPDATED]

Yesterday, StumbleUpon launched a new app for Facebook Timeline that effortlessly integrates your accounts on the two sites. With the app installed on your Facebook account, anything you Stumble, like, or follow will automatically be published on your Facebook feed so as to share it immediately with your friends. For anybody that had any lingering questions regarding the details of …

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