Tumblr Is Not What You Think
Tumblr is a social blogging platform that allows users to upload multimedia posts, follow other users with similar interests and be part of a community.
In early 2017, there were a reported 341 million Tumblr blogs and billion of blog posts.
More Tumblr Features
Avoid Reblogging Long Posts As Links
Tumblr is programmed to reblog long posts as links. But some of your followers may want to read the entire post on the dashboard without being redirected to another page. The solution is simple: just reblog the post as Text instead of Link.
Allow Users To Reply
at the end of your post and an option of Let People Answer This will appear at the bottom Enable that option by checking the box and your followers will be able to reply to your post.
Edit Posts And Tags
By providing the option to Mass Edit Posts, Tumblr has made it easy for its users to add a certain tag to all their posts. When you’re on your dashboard, look over to the right side of the page and click on Posts. Under Customize, a link that says Mass Post Editor will appear. Click on the link and you can edit/add tags and delete posts all in one go
Follow & Share Buttons
Customize your Follow and Share Buttons. Go to Buttons to view the options for customizing the Follow and Share buttons. Once you have chosen a design, a code will be displayed. Now, open Tumblr on a new tab and go to Settings and click on Customize Theme. You will be redirected to a page that allows you to Edit HTML. Copy the code for the Follow and Share Buttons and paste it in your Tumblr Theme code.
Who Is Using Tumblr?
Tumblr is free to use, so everyone from celebrities and business people to politicians and teenagers are using Tumblr. Even companies are using Tumblr to get in front of broader audiences and drive brand and sales growth.
Is Tumblr Right for You?
Tumblr is perfect for people who don’t need a full blog to publish lengthy posts. It’s also great for anyone who prefers to publish quick multimedia posts, particularly from their mobile devices.