Sams Teach Yourself Tumblr(R) in 10 Minutes offers straightforward, practical answers when you need fast results. By working through 10-minute lessons, you'll learn everything you need to use Tumblr to create a blog for sharing tweets, links, text, media, email, anything! Each compact lesson zeroes in on essential techniques, with fast, step-by-step instructions that help you do it right the first time! Tips point out shortcuts and solutions Cautions help you avoid common pitfalls Notes provide additional information 10 minutes is all you need to learn how to...* Create and run a personal blog incredibly easily! * Personalize your tumblog with themes and a custom domain name * Post text, links, photos, media, and more * Add comments to your tumblog * Save and share your tweets from Twitter on Tumblr * Feed your tumblog content to your Facebook page * Post from your cellphone, iPhone, or iPad * Find tumblogs you like, and quote or repost their content * Extend tumblogs with Goodies and Third-Party AppsÜber den Autor:
Bud Smith has written and edited tons of books over the past 25 years, covering a variety of computer topics, including guides to buying a computer, using all kinds of software, and doing almost anything you can think of online. His most recent title is WordPress In Depth, a thorough book about the most popular blogging platform worldwide, coauthored with Michael McCallister. Bud began writing computer books in 1984, the year of the iconic 1984 television commercial for the Macintosh. An early success was Que's Computer Buyer's Guide, covering the then-latest and greatest in computer hardware and software. He has also written about creating web pages, Android phones, and the iPad. Bud continues to work as a writer, project manager, and marketer to help people get the most out of technology as it advances. He currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he participates in environmental causes when he's not working on one of his many technology-related projects.
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