Tumblr Guides

Tumblr tips, tricks, and simple guides to help you make a better Tumblr blog and grow your audience!

How to Show Liked Posts on Your Tumblr Blog

Tumblr makes it possible to show liked posts from other Tumblr blogs on your own website, for your followers to see what you’ve discovered and enjoyed. It’s just a case of tweaking a setting, and making sure you’re using a suitable theme!

Read on to find out how to enable this for your theme, and share your likes with the world.

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How to Add Comments to Tumblr in 5 Minutes

Having comments on a blog is a way to let readers participate in the conversation, and promote a community around the topic you are writing about. Today we’re looking at how to add comments to Tumblr on your blog in a few easy steps.

Tumblr doesn’t have an integrated commenting system, but you can use other options. Keep reading to learn how.

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How to Connect a Custom Tumblr Domain

It’s important to keep a consistent brand across every platform, and Tumblr isn’t an exception. You can make your Tumblr accessible through a custom Tumblr domain (e.g. blog.yourwebsite.com) by following these three simple steps!

By default, the website address for your blog will be yourusername.tumblr.com. However, you can connect a custom domain to your blog to make it look more professional. Either a full domain (like yourwebsite.com), or a subdomain (like blog.yourwebsite.com). Here’s how to do it!

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How to Make A Tumblr Group Blog

With a group blog on Tumblr, you can manage a blog with multiple authors. It’s very easy to setup and can bring a whole new dynamic to your site. Let’s take a look at how to do it!

Group blogs have multiple members, and at least one admin. The author of the blog can add more Tumblr users to a secondary blog and also set the permission to be a member or an admin.

The difference between these roles is that an admin can invite new users and manage existing ones and can delete any post. A member can post and edit/remove their own posts. Also, admins are the ones that can view and reply to questions.

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10 Best Portfolio Tumblr Themes

Tumblr is a visual platform. Everyone shares images, they get reblogged, and widely shared. Even though you can use another site as your home base, you should always consider Tumblr as a social platform to share your work. And the best way to do this is to use a portfolio theme!

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10 Best Tumblr Themes for Photographers

Most of the content posted on Tumblr is image-based, and a large part of it is photography! Whether you are a professional photographer or just a casual one, Tumblr can be the perfect platform to display your work.

There are a lot of themes to choose from — both premium and free. But if you are looking for the perfect theme for a photography blog or portfolio, make sure it has the following features!

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How to Add Google Analytics to Your Tumblr Blog

Now that you have a Tumblr blog set up, you should be wondering who is visiting it and what are they doing on your website! That is what Google Analytics is for. It’s completely free, easy to set up, and helps give you insight into your blog visitors.

Google Analytics is a free service offered by Google that allows you to have a detailed view of the number of visitors your site is having, if they are new or returning visitors, your most visited posts, where from your visitors are accessing your blog and so much more.

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10 Best Travel Tumblr Themes

Tumblr might be the ideal platform for your next travel blog. It’s easy to set up and easy to post to on your vacation — you just need to choose one of the best travel Tumblr themes from our top picks!

Travelling and sharing go hand in hand. You’re on the beach, the sun is just right, and you snap a photo to share that moment. When you are on the go, using the Tumblr app to update your blog is so easy — you can be sharing photos in a few seconds!

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