StumbleUpon – the social bookmarking site has passed the 7 million figure with no sound – according to the site. See the screenshot below:

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Some of the interesting facts which stands out are that this came out as total hush-hush as no big time blog network covered this news until Amit Chowdhry broke the news. And then followed RWW.

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If we talk about proceedings of StumbleUpon over the years, then here’s a small snippet – around July 2006, StumbleUpon had about 1 million users.  Around May 2008, StumbleUpon had seen its five-billionth stumble.  About one billion stumbles happened in 2008 alone.  eBay bought StumbleUpon in May 2007 for about $75 million.

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Now seeing this, I tried finding some stats from Compete about how other social bookmarking sites like Digg, Delicious, Reddit and Sphinn are fairing.

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Digg is a clear winner in terms of number of UV’s. On the hindsight, there are lot of talks surrounding StumbleUpon being on the radar of EBay’s selling list though they have been bagging $10 Mn each year. But from last quarter there have been lot of discussion in blogosphere about how these social bookmarking sites are going to may money.

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Infact, personally I like the ease of using StumbleUpon bookmarklet (even others have started following them) but I put my two cents on how more eye-balls can be captured to generate considerable profits. Fingers crossed!

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