StumbleUpon has put together a year-end compilation, giving us a glimpse of what people have been stumbling upon throughout the year.
This year, StumbleUpon introduced the “explore box,” which gives users a way to stumble through content based a topic keyword of their choosing. The top terms from that feature have so far been (and it’s unclear whether this is the actual ranking):
7. harry potter
StumbleUpon also has the ability to stumble specifically through videos and photos. Here was the most stumbled video:
The top photo went to this bubble being popped at MojoMechanics.com.
The most popular mobile stumbles were photography site colerise.com on Android and http://www.xmarkjenkinsx.com/outside.html on iOS. The most stumbled on smartphones was “True Facts” at Funny2.com, and on tablets, “Expectations v.s Reality” at pleated-jeans.com.
Here, StumbleUpon also breaks it down by top stumbles for men and women, and the “most ____ stumble” of 2011 for the following adjectives: delicious, inspring, amusing, astounding, shared, beautiful, popular music and adorable.