In the course of an up and coming research we have been monitoring click locations of social users, the results will not surprise if you stop and think, but a massive amount of on page clicks by stumblers are located: Hmmm right under the stumble button,
Are you ready for stumblers disappointment?
Lets presume that these stumblers are not all racing to your home page, the traditional location for a link in that corner and that they are indeed missing the stumble button can we therefore turn this to our advantage? Many sites have moved to a fixed width central layout so are missing out entirely on this “second” chance to impress but for those left fixed why link to your homepage? Turn this chance to an advantage and link to a “stumble friendly post” or some sort of stumbleupon landing page. With stumblers you traditionally have 1 chance to impress in a very short space of time, so even if a small percentage miss the stumble button is it not worth maximising your fortunate second chance?