Claim Your StumbleUpon Blog through Technorati

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Here’s an interesting tip that you probably haven’t thought of yet. In fact, this will increase the number of links to your StumbleUpon blog, and will automatically increase the “link juice” to every page that you add, review, or “Stumble” using the StumbleUpon service.

First, you need to make sure that you have an account at Technorati. You’ll also want to make sure that you have an account at StumbleUpon.

Next, go here to start your claim. Enter your StumbleUpon home page, which will be something like bhartzer.stumbleupon.com.

Once you enter the blog URL, you’ll get a confirmation screen. It will look like this:

technorati claim

Next, click on Use Post Claim » link on the left, the part in green. That will get you to another screen that looks like this:

technorati claim part two

Now here’s the tricky part: Don’t close this screen.

Instead, open a new tab in your browser or a new window and go to your StumbleUpon profile (mine is bhartzer.stumbleupon.com. Edit a recent review or click on the “post new blog” link. Copy the code that Technorati gave you (the a href link code) and paste into a new blog post at StumbleUpon.

Next, go back to Technorati and click on “release the spiders”. Once the Technorati spiders have confirmed that you’ve added the code to your StumbleUpon blog, then you an re-edit the review to remove the Technorati claim code or delete the blog post.

That’s it! You’ve now claimed your StumbleUpon blog with Technorati.

Comments

  1. Tim Nash says

    and will automatically increase the “link juice” to every page that you add, review, or “Stumble” using the StumbleUpon service.

    You do know all but stumbleupon internal pages are nofollow right?
    So yes this will help with ranking in some engines it’s not a very effective solution, still a nice idea a place this might work with slightly more use is del.icio.us who again is entirely nofollow but seems to still pass juice to yahoo results these days, what’s the point of having a human edited directory if you can’t use it

  2. says

    Although StumbleUpon uses nofollow, there still may be some credit passed. Because of tests I’ve run recently, having nofollow on link doesn’t necessarily mean that there’s absolutely no link credit being passed.

    Even so, it pays to take the 2 minutes to claim your StumbleUpon blog through Technorati.

  3. Angel makes money blogging says

    Nofollow or not, this must be worth a try. Good tip, this isn’t something I’d thought of before.

  4. spletno gostovanje says

    I think adding your SU blog to Technorati is not wrong. Of course the “blogs” at SU are mostly not very large, but the idea ia based in the same principle.

  5. says

    DeMerchant, I don’t use BlogRush on this site by choice. After a while I got sick and tired of all of the “blog bling” so I ditched it all for a cleaner, fresher design.

  6. Barry Cox - Scottsdale Homes says

    Seriously, I would have never thought of this before. Lucky for me there’s people like you making informative blog posts like this. Thank you. I agree with you bill about the no follow. I believe there is some juice passed there for some reason. I don’t think their totally discounted.

  7. Fat Kid Unleashed says

    LOL I never even thought about Technorati being able to rank stumbleupon blogs. Thanks for the tip, Bill.

  8. Marc minelli says

    I am a big fan of stumbelupon, but i have never used the extended features like friends and blogging…just stumbling and bookmarking…thanks for your hints