If you see either of these post around DO NOT click.
It’s supposed to be a link to a quiz that uses your blog to find out your personality. As soon as you click it the site will begin to act like it’s going through your blog, only to then bring you to a new page to download your results. As long as you don’t download the results you wont get any virus’s on your computer but it will still automatically reblog the link onto your blog. So like I said DO NOT CLICK THE LINK!!
If you did click the link than go to settings < apps < and then x out of it to delete it from allowing permission to post to your blog!
So look out for your fellow users! If you see that anyone reblogged this know it wasn’t intentional and send them a message so they know to delete it!
any tips on getting more followers on tumblr? I'm a larrie and just made a blog recently but have legit gained no followers.
1. Make your blog look nice. Seriously so many people will click away if you don’t have a decent looking theme. Take the time to search for a pretty one and customize it.
2. Follow people who aren’t big. Just go through the notes on posts you like and select ones at random to check out. You’re much more likely to get a follow back from someone who doesn’t have many followers themself, because they’ll notice you. Obviously you can also follow more well known blogs too, but try to keep it varied.
3. Post original content. Whether you’re adding onto other people’s posts, making new ones, or just have interesting thoughts you put in your tags, it will make it much more likely for people to want to follow you. If all you’re doing is reblogging other people’s stuff you’ll have a harder time attracting any interest or attention.
4. If you make analysis type posts that present new information to the fandom, go ahead and tag well known blogs. They’ll at least give it a read, and they might reblog it which will help you a lot. That said, try to make sure you’re providing new content or a new perspective.
5. Send messages off anon. Don’t spam people, but if you have an opinion or input you can add to something they’re discussing go ahead and do it. People like to get messages, and if you create a conversation with them they may be more inclined to follow you.
That’s all I can think of off the top of my head. Just generally try to be personable and nice and friendly. I think that’s the most important thing. If you’re not putting yourself out there then most people won’t even realize you exist!
My tumblr app is living it’s own life! When I scroll down, waiting for new post to upload it skips up like ten or so post that I have to scroll through again before coming to the new ones, and when I want to reblog something and try to switch with of the blogs it’s going to be posted to (personal or fashion blog) it will switch back to the opposite and I have to click the right one again… Anyone else got this problem? I use an android device.. Also, sorry if I post wrong content on one of the blogs :(
ok ... I'm so done! Go on tell me ... Where the fuck is that little "hearty thing" you can click when you like a post? I can reblog the shit till I'm blue in the face, but the"hearty thing" ... nahh the bastards hiding. lol ... Searched right round the screen a gazillion times still no fucking heart lol! loving your work btw ;)x
LOL….too funny girl. obviously you check out my blog on my blog which is totally cool. Most tumblr users just scroll through their dashboards for new posts.
I had to go and check to see if how I’ve formatted things hid the “heart” but Unfortunately, it seems that one was not included in the theme I chose.
So until I look into another theme which might be awhile due to the time it takes to get one formatted correctly, there will be no “heart” on my blog.
This is the gospel for the blogging ones
Who don’t do much but eat ship and slumber
Eating pizza and scrolling through tumblr
Woahhhhh (this is the click of the mouse)
With otp and fanfictions
Reblogging until dawn
With a butt load of superwholockkkk
If you love me let me scrollllllll
But my dash is trying to load (internet connection is slow)
Oh my gosh look at these post
These feels these feels are breaking my heart
Hi! I’m a new studyblr. I live in Estonia and on september 1st i will start 7th grade. I created this studyblr blog to keep myself motivated and support others who need motivation. I will be posting more original content after september 1st. Until then i will reblog stuff and maybe post a bit original content. So if you want to see my journey through 7th grade, click follow! Btw, this is my side blog. So if i will follow you back, it will show up as “hannasnm started following you” because hannasnm is my main blog. :)
Sorry if it seems as if I’m on hiatus lately, especially regarding tags / replying asks and so forth. To be honest, I was working on my theme and several other things. FINALLY, after 2 days of lack of sleep and constantly facing html codes, I’m finally done with the new theme! Yayyyyyy~
I’ve made several new pages for you to navigate through (tag list, blogrolls, the holy squad and edits), so you can simply click onto the links to have immediate access either to my posts/the blogs that I follow. I’ll have to be consistent with my tags to make it easier for you guys.
Now I’m going to bed and rest. My head is dizzy from all the codes that I had to edit lol
P/S: I promise I’ll reply and answer you asap, but after a sufficient rest of course. ILY ❤️
Welcome to the “Fashion” section of the–cumberbatches! Feel free to scroll through the posts about Sophie’s dresses and outfits. If you have any question asks and submissions are only a few click away!
Hey! We're new to the whole tumblr thing just wondering if you could help us out...how do you make a masterlist? Xx btw we love your imagines!! 😘
technically I have two masterlists - one is just like a normal text post but you have to save the link otherwise you’ll never ever find it again but it works better for mobile users :)
my second masterlist is linked on my blog’s actual website (does that make sense?) and you have to go through editing your theme to get to it - when you’ve clicked ‘edit theme’ scroll down to the bottom and click add a page and then add a link to whatever you’ve written, everyone formats it differently i like numbering mine and bolding the title and writing summary and whatnot
you do you, i bet your masterlist is infinitely better than mine
mine’s not even up to date, i really need to sort that out
The initial post was about Millennial housing choices (and some stats on marriage and fertility rates). The comments provided some additional color on the trends, but they also got into mobile dating apps and whether or not it’s easier or harder to meet people in cities, today. It was a fun discussion.
This got me thinking and reminded me that people come to cities not only because of labor markets, but because of dating markets.
So for today’s piece, I thought I would post the following diagram from Richard Florida’s book, Who’s Your City? It shows how many more singles (aged 20-64) there are – according to gender – in the largest US metro areas.
I couldn’t find an equally detailed map for Canada, but based on this, it looks like Toronto is slanted towards single women and Calgary is slanted towards single men.
6 Steps to Turn Your Summer Blogging into a Timeless Treasure
Best. Summer. Ever… or maybe just one of the best. Either way, the heat and humidity will soon be a distant memory unless you find a way to keep those priceless moments nearby year-round.
Luckily the perfect solution for capturing your summer is just a few clicks away since you can create a blog book that’s cover-to-cover summer fun. Here are some pointers on how to create a cherished memento of your summer escapades:
Step 1: Make sure your blog is chock-full of summer stories, anecdotes and observations Even if you didn’t write up a post covering your trip to the lake, that night watching fireworks over the lake or Junior’s first trip to the ballpark, it’s not too late!
Flip through your calendar and flick through your camera roll to jog your memory. Come up with some new posts that recall those great times while it’s still fresh.
And if you don’t quite remember enough, ask the people you were with what they remember; you can always “interview” your family members and friends about your shared experiences.
Once you’ve squeezed in all the great summer memories you can think of, you’re ready to start making your book at http://blog2print.com
Step 2: Start building your book Go to Blog2Print.com, select your blogging platform and enter your blog’s web site address (otherwise known as its URL). After signing in and telling your platform that it’s OK for Blog2Print to access your blog’s data, your next step is to tell Blog2Print what date range you want to use for this book.
Look back at your blog and decide if summer begins for your family on Memorial Day, the last day of school or some other date.
Step 3: Select a summery cover Pick a bright color or appropriate pattern to teleport you back to the summer season from your bookshelves.
On the Personalize Your Book page, select the (Edit) Front & Back Cover option.
Select a cover design from the Design Choices menu then give your book a title and side text.
Step 4: Customize the cover with some of your favorite pics You won’t have to turn the pages to transport yourself back to the past.
Click the Browse buttons under the Cover Photos section and choose a high-resolution photo for the front and back covers of your book.
Step 5: Select your seasonal posts Your summer blog book doesn’t have to include your rant about your boss or a recipe just because you posted those in July or August. Edit down your blog posts to just the ones that fit your theme.
From the Personalize Your Book menu, select the (Edit) Posts option.
Uncheck any of the posts that don’t fit your summer theme.
Step 6: Don’t forget the photos Your blog book isn’t limited to just the photos you included with your blog posts. You can add pages with different layouts to combine a photo album feel with your blogging chronicles of the summer season.
Select the (Edit) My Pages option on the Personalize Your Book screen.
Choose the page layouts you like, then add additional photos to complete your summer blog book.
Now you’re ready to finalize your book and send it off to be printed. Soon enough you’ll be flipping through those pages bundled up in a sweater, with those flip flops a distant memory.
Shiloh had begun to scroll through Robert’s tumblr. He was quite enjoying it. The young angel decided he would continue to post on his vessel’s tumblr. It was the least he could do. He found a new blog and clicked on the follow button, curious to see what he would find there.
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I was introduced by the beautiful Kat to a campaign fronted by Casey Bryden of Sunbella down under, and like Kat the message really struck a chord and I wanted to take part…. Here is my selfie I posted on IG yesterday, and if you click on the pic it will take you to what I had to say, but I wanted to elaborate on it a little bit more, and also know that maybe not all of you have an IG account……
I am currently studying New Communication technologies at Griffith University, Australia and finding the class extremely helpful! I thought I knew it all- but I don’t.
So I’m here to share some of my online revelations in an attempt to help aspiring online bloggers pack a punch when posting their content.
Consider this Tumblr page as your fairy blog-mother (the only pun you’ll find on here, I promise). The purpose of this blog is to guide you through our amazing technological era and all the phenomenal things we can achieve with the click of a few buttons!
Whether you’re a tumblr whiz, or new to this blog site, I suggest you follow the first few posts outlining the basics. Each week I will post content containing links to various inspirational articles, journals, books and media content to help get the ball rolling. This week, I suggest you check out Jeff Goin’s article on his online blogging success, retracing his steps to provide information on how he created such a large fan base in a very short amount of time!