The trend that took root in the Geek or Hipster subcultures has become in a few years the ideal outlet for creative expression among young Internet users. Proof of this is the publication in early 2013 of a Survata study conducted on 13-25 year olds in the United States. Conclusion: in usage habits, Tumblr dethroned Facebook! Tumblr, a solution full of advantages for influencers: The support and integration of many contents, including the famous GIF's A reblogging and sharing system inspired by twitter Simple customization and the power of html to differentiate your blog visually But the major innovation is co-creation, any content can be reblogged again and again, obviously bringing new points of view based on a simple idea: the "meme", viral image useful for conveying different ideas.
Superimposing the same visual with different texts and situations is the perfect proof. The same don't mean anything to you? Examples byhere. Tumblr, communicate differently: Although the mechanisms are the same, in the end almost nothing is comparable with traditional social networks: Content, free, unlimited and Canadian Email List advertising. The Tumblr user first looks for content that will pique their interest, and whatever that interest is: no restrictions are in place. We then forget the forced “me-I” of other social networks! Viral content on Tumblr quickly becomes anonymous, as if the community appropriates it through reblogs, uploads and comments. It is actually the very complex backlinks that make it difficult to find the source of content that has made the buzz.
A perfectly customizable platform, equipped with a scalable interface and the power of html, the tool integrates into the graphic charter of a website. An asset to give the impression of a blog integrated into your site. In addition, the many themes available offer simple and minimalist customization, enough to get started without delay and forget the usual technical constraints related to the creation of a blog or even a website. The day before is precisely the means on which each user depends to concretely use Tumblr. You have to sort out the good from the bad seed among millions of blogs and billions of posts... The service is an excellent way to find the rare pearl and anticipate rising trends, at the risk of seeming too complex and putting off many users in this creative jungle.