As you know, the Internet gives us the ability to experience things in real time, so it’s no surprise that live blogging has become increasingly popular. Users log onto Tumblr in the middle of big events, fingers ready to type out instant.
Blogspot, WordPress is placed to write a blog and share it with your friend all real time. But you don’t know Tumblr also is a place you can write and share your story with all friends over the world.
Yahoo chief executive Marissa Mayer announces deal to buy blogging platform for $1.1bn – and gives Flickr a revamp, too. … He’ll be tweeting live updates and sending in dispatches during the event. You can read Yahoo announces Tumblr acquisition deal to find more detail.
Mayer also said that there will be some ads on people’s Tumblr blogs with permission of the user. Here are our notes on what Mayer said from our live blog: Mayer says that Yahoo released “Yahoo Stream Ads” in May…Marissa Mayer Explains How Yahoo Will Make Money With Tumblr
Telling a story on the blog will be effective than any forms, instead of blogging, people are posting to Tumblr, tweeting, pinning things to their board, posting to Reddit, Snapchatting, updating Facebook statuses, Instagramming, and publishing on Medium. You can read more the post to know why long live the blog.
Tumblr is great to write and live a blog, if you do not know it, you can follow the below video:
I decided to take lots and lots of time to go through as much registering and setting up of Tumblr as possible before we all run out of patience.
I also find the tutorial how to use Tumblr effectively and you can read these slides as below:
A small business Blogging for Business class looking at the basics of business blogs, who makes them work, must-have elements and ways to track success.
A tutorial for journalists interested in entering the social blogging world that is Tumblr. There are three parts to this presentation: New user, intermediate and advanced.
Tumblr has put together their 2013 Year in Review to give you a taste of all the amazing stuff you may have missed on Tumblr this past year.