Tumblr, which is actually a popular tumblogging platform and is a bit different from traditional blog, The term tumblogging is most commonly referred to as microblogging where users will be able to share content like text, images, audio and video files. Like all other platforms Tumblr has its own advantages and disadvantages and in here is the list of its pros and cons.
Pros of Tumblr Platform
Well designed, good-looking and easily to start with interface.
Excellent set of templates made by world-class web designers are available for free.
You post whatever you like Photos, Videos, text, audio files, links and add them to your conversations.
Excellent and cool social networking system which are similar to Twitter, with option to follow other blogs.
Could integrate well with social networks and will be able to post Twitter feed without modifications.
Easy mobility options, You can post through email, phone, and even by a SMS.
Excellent Mobile apps available for Android, iOS platforms.
Cons of Tumblr Platform
You could not contact fellow blog users like you do it in twitter.
No option to import address book.
RSS import option which use to be there earlier is removed.
Limitations of kind of posts, you can upload only one audio file per day.
Among the vast majority of social networking sites, one blogging site continues to grow in popularity. Tumblr, created by David Karp, is a website where blogs can be created to reflect personality and to find others with similar interests. Though this popular blogging site provides an outlet and source of discovery for students, there are advantages and disadvantages to creating a blog and joining the ever growing populace that is Tumblr. Tumblr has quite a few appreciable qualities. Not too long ago, I, along with a few other blogs, received an anon message that stated that my blog was wonderful and that I was doing great. This anon is not the only one trying to promote a positive atmosphere- many anons use...