Tumblr now allows companies to search for their own logos on all the blogs active on the social media site. This is part of the so-called visual Web, where brands will look increasingly to images as a way of interpreting analytics.
While all the popular social networks reported growth in the first quarter of 2015, one of them may surprise you: LiveJournal. Created in 1999, the once-popular community blog apparently still has a following.
In a joint statement, a group led by executives from Twitter, Airbnb, Tumblr, and LinkedIn called for the establishment of legal protection for gays and lesbians under civil rights laws. Earlier, Apple's Tim Cook wrote a similar piece.
There's more than one quality blogging platforms out there. In fact, we can name three. Check out our direct comparison of WordPress, Tumblr, and Blogger for a closer look at which each platform has to offer and which is best suited for your individual needs.
What's the point of posting all those gorgeous photos and insightful updates on your life if no one is listening, or in this case, looking? Check out our guide on how to gain more followers on Tumblr so you can amass an audience deserving of your prose.
Frustrated by Tumblr search? You weren't the only one. But with a helping hand from Yahoo, the feature is much improved and you can now find everything you're looking for instead of just hashtagged content.