Let’s Exchange Social Media Contacts


stumble.jpgI created my Digg account back in 2005. During 2006 I also started using Stumble Upon, Reddit and Del.icio.us. Until a couple of months ago, however, I was taking mostly a passive role within these social bookmarking sites. I would visit them several times a day, but rarely I would take the time to submit the interesting stuff that I was finding on my browsing sessions.

This changed recently, when I realized that these communities would not work at all if everyone was to take such a passive role. I truly believe that social media is revolutionizing the way we communicate and work, so it was about time to contribute.

Long story short, I am now trying to be more active inside the social media sphere, and I thought it would be cool to write a post where all the readers could share their profiles and contacts. I browse around blogs and websites pretty much all day long, so if nothing else I will share with you the interesting stuff that I’ll come across. Here you can find my Stumble Upon profile and my Digg account. If you use them just add me as a friend and I will be glad to reciprocate.

Also, feel free to post your contacts and profiles below on the comment section, so that other readers will be able to add you as a friend as well.

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125 Responses to “Let’s Exchange Social Media Contacts”

  • Luciano Passuello

    Here are the two digital versions of myself:

    StumbleUpon: http://lucianop.stumbleupon.com
    Digg: http://digg.com/users/lucianop


  • Thorn
  • sir jorge
  • Mitch at Money News


    Here are mine, I’m getting close to the 200 friend limit on stumble though, like about 6 spots left.

  • Gaurav Mishra
  • Karla ~ Looking Towards Heaven

    OH, this makes my day! A couple of my friends and I were just talking about trying to get more out of Stumble! Perfect timing for this post!

    My info:
    Stumble: http://karpo4.stumbleupon.com/
    Digg: http://digg.com/users/karpo1


  • Daniel

    Added every one, keep them coming!

  • Ben
  • Muhammad Siyab

    wow, daniel, you and i live in like the opposite ends of the world! You there in Brazil and me here in Karachi, Pakistan. Cool!

  • Alex Kay

    Will add all of you later, here’s my SU profile:


    Feel free to add me, I’ll add you back!

  • Jon

    Great idea. I’ve been reading for a while, and I’m happy to add you to my SU friends list.

    my Stumble upon profile

  • Carla

    As a relatively new blogger, I’m still getting the lay of the land. Your tips are helping a lot with that. Thanks! 🙂

    I stumbled this article, and added you as a friend on Stumble and Digg.

    Here’s my profile info:


  • karyn

    I love stumbleupon, but don’t use Digg nearly as much. In any case, the post is a good reminder of the importance of social media. Thanks! I’ve added you as a friend.


  • Bradly

    I really don’t use Digg much but I do have a profile there. StumbleUpon is my favorite though.


  • Leslie Dow

    Add me to the list as well…

    Havent really used my stumbleupon account as much as delicious….

  • Shankar Ganesh
  • Mike

    I like the point that for these services to be useful people need to be active in actually submitting good stuff to them.

    I stumbled it.

  • Elena
  • Muhammad Siyab

    well why should I be left behind!!

    I’ve added you Daniel!


  • James Pegram

    StumbleUpon rocks! Added you Daniel here’s mine http://crazy4bass.stumbleupon.com

  • Armen

    Guilty as charged!

    I’ve been extremely passive in the social media sites, and it’s probably why I haven’t been overly successful with them.

  • Young

    the more friends you have, the more successful you are.

  • Sharon Hurley Hall

    I’ve added you – and my SU page is

  • Daniel

    The comments were in moderation because they contained links.

  • Sumesh

    I am not the first to comment, after all. Hmm….I believe you’ve got the WP Super Cache here, seeing as how the cache refreshed after my comment.

  • Daniel

    OK added both of you guys as friends.

  • Daniel

    Sumesh, the comments were against the article itself. It was not the original source of the content, it was just making reference to another article that was on Digg previously, that is why.

    I contacted Digg by email to highlight the issue and they solved by removing the story.

  • Sumesh

    OK, I guess I am the first one here. Here goes my accounts:

    Digg profile
    SU profile

    And I find it queer that the Digg crowd has been a rogue and made poor comments against your article ‘top 10 ubuntu games’, since you’re not the one who submitted it(and you shouldn’t be 😉 ). And diggers may not always visit the pages, which explains the 36 diggs.

  • Mark Avey

    Okay, to get the ball rolling, I’ve added you to my StumbleUpon and Digg friends list.

    If anyone else wants to join in, you can find me at:

    http://psionmark.stumbleupon.com/ and

  • OldSailor

    Hi Daniel,
    So nice of you to remind everyone the importance of socializing in the blogosphere.

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