15-year-old Emily Trunko is something of a savant for the creation of depressing-yet-true Tumblr blogs, and she has created a new blog that is garnering attention not just for its poignancy, but also for the way it demonstrates how we now live our lives, even the worst moments, digitally.
For those not working in, or intimately familiar with the social media industry, a lot of the lingo that goes into social marketing, big data, and all the other aspects of digital commerce can be a little daunting, and more than a little silly. You may know what a Social Media Platform Specialist is, but that doesn't mean everybody does.
Spredfast, the software platform company that allows large businesses to manage their social media efforts, recently announced its new status as a Tumblr Preferred Data Partner. This partnership will allow Spredfast to access Tumblr's 'firehose,' the real-time feed of all public activity on the Tumblr platform.
Tumblr has an active demographic that trends young and creative. There’s gold in those hills, and too many businesses look past it. That’s good news for you though. The fewer marketers there are on Tumblr, the easier it is for your content to stand out from the crowd.
Tumblr this week announced the beta-launch of sponsored video posts to a select group of brands. With the platform aiming at a public launch in mid-November, this monetization move might be what Yahoo has been waiting for to show ROI for it's $1B purchase of the microblogging platform.
Best known as a platform for creating viral content and procrastination, plenty of photographers make a point of side-stepping Tumblr as a channel for their content. But if you want to hack it as a professional photographer, you're going to need to stand out. And with Tumblr at the head of your social media strategy, you'll have the tools you need to ensnare and maintain attention.
The blogging platform Tumblr gained notoriety for its quirky community and customizable design. It has exploded in popularity in the last few years, becoming a hub (especially among young users) for pop culture, imagery, music, and humor. Many brands resisted joining the platform, thinking it was too trendy.