Tumblr For Dummies

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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.

Guides you in how to join and get the most out of Tumblr Shows you how to set up an account, choose a theme, customize your Tumblelog, and use the dashboard Explains how to follow other Tumblr users and reblog their content, and post from your browser, phone, or email Offers tips, trick, and techniques to make everything easy

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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pamakarma - last year

Not too useful for average non-techy person Much of what a noncommercial user wants to know how to do on tumblr is hard to find in this book –and since i bought the online kindle version from Amazon, the diagrams of the symbols (for ex figure1-3) were so tiny as to be impossible to see and didnt match where they were on tumblr for kindle or iphone. Then they would use these figures with their miniscule and baffling symbols in explaining how to make a change to your tumblr.The one positive was: It took you pretty smoothly thru the steps if you were just installing your tumblr account for the first time if you were using a PC. but as far as making simple changes on an existing account it was a labyrinth of confusion.All i wanted to know was how to change my avatar and how to change the order of the images I’ve posted. I finally found the first answer after much searching. The second question i still havent found. Now Im trying to get rid of an irritating “theme” and go back to “Untitled”…

Jerry Saperstein - last year

Good, if slightly dated, primer on using Tumblr

Jerry A - last year

Too old, not at all helpful.

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