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Course Description

41 Minutes

10 Course Videos

Social Media is the new word of mouth, and has replaced traditional communication mediums in recent years. Most people are only scratching the surface on the interesting things they can do with these social media websites.


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Course Syllabus


  1. Tumblr Introduction
  2. Setting Up A Tumblr
  3. Dashboard
  4. Posting To Tumblr
  5. Testing Your Post
  6. URL Post
  7. Chat Post
  8. Audio On Tumblr
  9. Video On Tumblr
  10. Tumblr Conclusion

Tumblr (stylized as tumblr and pronounced “tumbler”) is an American microblogging and social networking website founded by David Karp in 2007 and currently owned by Automattic. The service allows users to post multimedia and other content to a short-form blog. Users can follow other users’ blogs. Bloggers can also make their blogs private. For bloggers many of the website’s features are accessed from a “dashboard” interface.

Learn how to exploit the full potential of Tumblr for your online or offline business and take your conversions to a whole new level in a widely overlooked platform.

This 10 video series will teach you The Tumblr Marketing Training is a step by step system that is going to guide you step by step and show you the best ways of marketing your business on Tumblr in a short span of time and enjoy a new boost in high quality traffic to your business.

Millions are hanging out on Tumblr lately. Your business definitely need this ASAP

This step-by-step Tumblr Training System is going to take you by the hand and show you how to safely skyrocket your business online presence in the shortest time ever and enjoy as much high quality traffic as you want.

  1. Position your online or offline business over Tumblr in the shortest time possible.
  2. Quickly and safely grow a huge army of potential clients or customers 100% targeted to your business.
  3. Productively interact with your new and existing clients or customers in order to scale your business to a whole new level of success.

If you would like to harness the power of Tumblr and its hundreds of millions of users to grow your audience, engage with customers, and encourage an increase in sales, this is the course for you.

This course provides detailed instruction on how to create a simple, yet dynamic and robust website through the online blogging and social media platform, Tumblr. Tumblr offers a free, interactive interface that allows the professional firm or individual to boost their web presence and maintain a complete website in a cost-effective and low-maintenance manner.

Its highly visual interface, ease of use, and native blogging and social media capabilities makes it particularly useful for architects and planners. At the end of this course, you will be able to create a website through Tumblr.

Best described as a micro-blogging site, Tumblr like a mix of Twitter, WordPress, and Facebook.  Users can post text, images, videos, audio, and links. If you follow other users’ blogs, the content they post will appear in your own feed.

The number of blogs rose from around 63 million in July 2012 to over 474 million in August 2019. By June 2019, over 172 billion posts had been published on Tumblr. Most of the traffic on comes from the United States. The United Kingdom and Brazil follow a long way behind with around 5.5 and 4.4 percent of total traffic, respectively.

You’ve probably heard that Tumblr is more of an anti-blog. Maybe you’ve just heard about it and want to get started on something different. Is it a blogging platform or a social network? In short, it’s both just as it is both a blog and an anti-blog.

When you sign up for the service it can be a little overwhelming.   Where do you start? What tricks do the pros use? We will answer all of these questions in this article. Here are 10 useful Tumblr tips all new users need to know.

Tumblr is a visually rich social blogging platform. This course on Tumblr ads will teach students the basics of how to get started with Tumblr advertising, different ad formats and how to run ads on Tumblr. By the end of this course, students will be able to understand how to use Tumblr as a part of social media marketing campaigns.

This is an instructor-led course. With a total duration of 4 hours, you will get both the theoretical knowledge and practical hands-on training needed to build the necessary skills to run ads on Tumblr. The institute’s holistic approach is stemmed to meet the long-term needs of the student and hence they provide 100% job/placement assistance.

Who this course is for:

  1. Small Business
  2. Entrepreneurs
  3. Bloggers
  4. General Students
  5. Business Owners and Marketers
  6. Startups

What you’ll learn

  1. Understand what is Tumblr and why you urgently need it for your business.
  2. How to avoid getting lost when creating the Tumblr Blog
  3.  Highly-effective techniques that will make your posting activities a lot more productive.
  4. The safest way to get as many followers as you want.
  5. Tips on how to customize a simple but professional blog.
  6. Meet the greatest marketing weapons Tumblr has prepared for your business.

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