StumbleUpon was a discovery and advertisement social network.
StumbleUpon allowed users to discover and rate Web pages, images, and videos. The users could personalize the content they shared with their tastes and interests using social networking and advertising principles.
StumbleUpon was free to use platform. Users were required to join with their personal details. Upon sign-up, users had access to everything they ever wanted to see. The site would seek all the information and give personalized results to users.
The StumbleVideo site allowed users without a toolbar to stumble through all the videos that toolbar users have submitted and rate them. Users could stumble within sites such as YouTube, and Wikipedia using StumbleThru service. Users could take advantage of StumbleUpon’s URL shortening service that was used to link to Twitter and Facebook statuses and updates.
Use the StumbleUpon Toolbar to access StumbleUpon features on whatever page you land on.
Stumble specific interests by clicking on the drop-down menu in the upper-right corner.
StumbleUpon was founded.
StumbleUpon launched its StumbleVideo site.
StumbleUpon launched the StumbleThru service.
StumbleUpon was acquired by eBay.
StumbleUpon launched Su.pr.
Garrett Camp and Geoff Smith repurchased StumbleUpon.
StumbleUpon released a redesign of its website in beta.
StumbleUpon had laid off 30% of its staff.
StumbleUpon acquired 5by.
StumbleUpon was in financial debt and was re-acquired by Garrett Camp.
Ravi Singh is an American Sikh internet pioneer, military cadet, speaker, former dot com CEO, and international patent holder, whose passion for teaching, technology, and startups, have earned him a reputation as the "Campaign Guru." Ravi Singh has worked in over 21 countries and helped over 9 Heads of State. Ravneet Singh or Dr. Ravi has coached brands, companies, celebrities and leaders on digital strategy. He holds a Master of Arts, Master of Science, and a Doctoral (Ph.D) specializing in Social media & Technology. Dr. Ravneet Singh has certificates in digital strategy executive programs from MIT, Harvard, and Duke University. He currently resides in Miami, Florida. Ravi believes "social media has changed our definitions of success."