StumbleUpon launches StumbleThru



StubleUpon has launched a new feature called StumbleThru which it describes as “a new way to explore personalized content within fast-growing sites such as Flickr, MySpace, Wikipedia, and YouTube ” .

The collaborative nature of Web 2.0 sites like YouTube and Wikipedia means that content is constantly being generated by millions of users,” said David Feller, Vice President, Marketing at StumbleUpon. “StumbleThru provides users the ability to skip the clutter and unearth only the best that these domains have to offer.

It basically allows users to Stumble to specific domains and you can rate the contents using the thumbs-up and thumbs down system as before . So if you want to search wikipedia, just Stumble Wikipedia . The list of supported sites include : Flickr , MySpace , Wikipedia , Youtube ,   Wordpress , The Onion , PBS , Physorg , CNN , BBC  with more to be added later .

10 Comments

  1. jhay says:

    Interesting new feature. I wonder if Gogle Web History could catch up

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  4. Nirmal says:

    This is really a useful tool to get good traffic to your site.

  5. Garry Conn says:

    Now this looks pretty cool!

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    Hope you update your blogroll.

    Thank You

  7. Pallab says:

    This is a very nice feature. Other day I used it for an hour on flickr and youtube.