How to Use Tumblr for Marketing (Infographic)

Let’s talk Social Media for a moment and let’s talk specifically about one specific platform in particular and explore How to Use Tumblr for Marketing.

 

Are you familiar with the phenomenon called Tumbler?

Many of you may not be but Yahoo sure paid attention. In fact they paid over a Billion Dollars for it!

 

That should be your first clue.

In fact there are more than 300 million unique visitors a month going to Tumblr and it is growing at a rate of 74% a year.

Here’s another piece of pertinent information. More than 65% of its user base has a college degree and have extra income to spare.

 

Your second clue should be this….

Have you watched a YouTube video and hit the share menu and seen what pops up?

Do you see those social sharing icons all in a row down there beneath the video?

Do you see the Tumblr Icon?

Tumblr Icon

Aha… are you catching on yet?

Let’s rewind a couple of posts back where I had Rob Fore as a featured post on this blog: Youtube Video Seo with SEO Master Rob Fore

Rob explains exactly why these social sharing icons are so important and talks a little about how you can use Tumblr for marketing. In fact he more specifically tells you how you can use Tumblr for Video SEO in the video.

Check out the YouTube Video SEO post and if you like it and want more, be sure you also see: Video SEO – How To Rank Videos In Google and YouTube

 But for today’s post let’s have a look at this great infographic from http://www.quicksprout.com How to Use Tumblr for Marketing.

How to Use Tumblr For Marketing

Courtesy of: Quick Sprout
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