Create a Tumblelog and start posting--this fun, portable guide shows you how
Tumblr may be a microblogging platform, but there's nothing micro about it. There's no limit to what you can post in your blog--from text, photos, and links to audio, video, slideshows, and more. Now you can join the over 28 million Tumblelogs on Tumblr with this handy, portable guide. In the popular, For Dummies, easy-access style, this practical book shows you exactly what to do to get the most out of Tumblr. Set up your account, choose a theme, post from your computer or phone, see how to reblog content, and before you know it, you're off and Tumbling.
All the detail you need to get up and running on this fun microblogging platform is here, in Tumblr For Dummies Portable Edition.
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Get your free Tumblr account and start sharing your content for the world to enjoy
From everyday people to all kinds of businesses, a wide range of users take advantage of Tumblr to get their messages out. With this guide, you'll find out how easy it is to join over 50 million Tumblr users to share text, photos, slideshows, quotes, and more. You'll have tons of fun as you learn to get more out of your Tumblr experience!
Get ready to Tumblr — quickly set up your account, select your preferences, and choose your theme
Make a splash — find out how to create your first post using text, photos, quotes, links, chats, audio files, and videos
Decisions, decisions — figure out what you want to post and then determine if you'll use original content or collected information
Take Tumblr for a spin — write new blogs, explore the sidebar, and launch your site
Become a good manager — from editing and deleting posts to making drafts and working with the queue, do it all
Open the book and find:
What Tumblr is and why you should use it
Steps for getting your account started
All about choosing the right theme
Ways to customize your Tumblelog
How to find other Tumblr users and gain followers
Tips for posting from your smartphone
Helpful hints for using the dashboard
Set up a Tumblr account and create your posts
Choose a theme and customize your Tumblelog
Follow other users and reblog their content
Post from your browser, smartphone, or e-mail
Sue Jenkins is the founder of Luckychair.com, and is the author of several books including Web Design All-in-One For Dummies. You can read her Tumblelog at http://luckychair.tumblr.com/.
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