What To Classify Personal Development Blogs As On StumbleUpon?

September 19, 2012 · 5 comments

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Where To Find Personal Development Content 
On StumbleUpon 

From the Just Ask Kim mailbag, a recent discussion about StumbleUpon categories came up… 

“If someone is blogging about mindset, personal development, “becoming a better person” stuff… which category are you filing that under?

I’m not finding anything I like for that stuff but I may be overlooking one”

Since majority of my own posts go under technology, I ran this question by some other community members and here’s what they said!


Ms. Ileane Smith from Basic Blog Tips

 

 Main Udin from Perfect Bloggers Tech

 

 and I think the best answer (for most but not all sites) comes from… 

 
James Pruitt of Lifes Hope Media

 

So, between Self Improvement, Psychology and Relationships, there should be plenty of diversity to classify the personal development blogs that you are bookmarking! 

~ Kim ~
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PS: What’s funny is that I think I must have scrolled past Self Improvement a dozen times before “seeing” it! 

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5 comments
The Beautiful Eagle
The Beautiful Eagle

*off to get my stumble upon account activated*

Thanks Kim for sharing this post

Steve Borgman
Steve Borgman

Thanks, Kim, for your helpful advice on this topic. I personally use relationships and self improvement the most. However, psychology will come in handy as well :)

Patricia Gozlan
Patricia Gozlan

Hi Kim,

I found out that there are more than 5 Million subscribers on stumble upon in self improvement!

This shows to me this is the place where folks go to learn and share.

Thanks for sharing the question sometimes it is difficult to find the exact category t syndicate our posts it is useful to know them all well around our niche!

Main Uddin
Main Uddin

Thanks kim @ you are really genius , my eyes are sparkling as watching the image , how a single thread inspired you to write a article in most hard topic .As it is know to all that psychology and philosophy start their journey from there where science has no answer.

Ileane
Ileane

Hi Kim, thanks for my 15 seconds of fame here on this post :) James has a sharp eye. Look for Dr. Melanie Greenberg over there on SU. She writes for Psychology Today and has a big following over there on SU. She shares some awesome content on Twitter as well.