If you want to stand out in today’s digital age, it’s vital that you establish an online presence.
Whether you’re a graphic designer, web developer or social media strategist, you need your own online platform for showing off your greatest pieces of work.
You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing exactly how you wedge your foot in the door of the World Wide Web, with WordPress, Blogger, About.me and TypePad all being...
Tumblogging, posting short, often multimedia, blog posts on sites like Tumblr, has been consistently growing in popularity for a couple of years now. Tumblr is the most well-known tumblog service out there, but there are also themes that can turn your WordPress blog into a tumblog-style site.
Tumblogging is a great option for those people who don’t want to post long blog posts, but do want to share images, music, videos, and other snippets of content with their followers.
There’s less pressure with a tumblog than there is with a regular blog, and it’s often viewed as a much more casual...
Sometimes it seems like Tumblr is the most often overlooked blogging platform out there. People are never quite sure what to make of it.
It’s not quite like a “regular” blog platform (like WordPress or Blogger) and it’s not microblogging either. It’s tumblogging, but a lot of people don’t know what thadet means.
And it can be a little daunting for designers who are trying to figure out how to develop Tumblr themes considering there are seven post types (or eight if you count photo slideshow posts as separate from regular photo posts).
One thing that Tumblr definitely has going in its favor is the number of themes...
Tumblr is a micro-blogging platform that allows users to easily publish snippets of information to the web, such as a photo or photo set, a video, a quote or just a paragraph.
It is often used as an online diary because of to its ease of use compared to other blogging platforms such as WordPress.
A lot of Tumblr themes are out there, both free and premium, but have you ever wondered how you’d go about designing your own?
Tumblr. If you’re a savvy tech maven, you may have heard of, or had the chance to use, this powerful microblogging platform.
No wonder; millions of people have chosen Tumblr as their blogging service, and the average Tumblr user creates 14 original posts every month. Half of those posts are photos, and the rest consist of text, links, quotes, music and video.
Tumblr is nothing to sneeze at. It has proven itself worthy of receiving cash infusions from two venture capital firms and a number of angel investors.
If you’re thinking of climbing on board the Tumblr train, this...