StumbleUpon said on Tuesday that its new relaunch will make it easier to discover and share content.

StumbleUpon announced on Tuesday that it has altered its service to make web content easier to share and discover

Among the additions is an Explore Box, which will provide users of StumbleUpon the ability to search for websites in the network based on keyword searches. The feature will be added to StumbleUpon’s StumbleBar.

Moreover, StumbleUpon can now benefit enterprise social media marketing campaigns with more interactive social sharing buttons. Content can be shared via email, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn through StumbleUpon.

“Discovery is becoming a bigger part of how people spend their time online,” Garrett Camp, StumbleUpon CEO, said in a release. “The new StumbleUpon makes it easier than ever to discover new and interesting things from across the web.”

Businesses looking to integrate StumbleUpon into their new media marketing campaigns can now launch channels specific to their websites. According to StumbleUpon, the network currently has more than 250 channel partners, including AOL, Audi and the History Channel.

Brafton reported in October that StumbleUpon’s growth has been consistently strong in recent years. The company announced that it now has more than 20 million users. 

Joe Meloni is Brafton's former Executive News and Content Writer. He studied journalism at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and has written for a number of print and web-based publications.