Founded in 2007, Tumblr is the world's largest light blogging site and the originator of the light blogging site, making it one of the most popular social networking sites for young people today.
It was founded by David Karp who was born in Manhattan, New York. His father is a film and television songwriter and his mother is a teacher. David Karp taught himself how to code HTML at the age of 11 and then he started his own consulting company. When he was 15, his parents agreed to let him drop out of high school and teach himself at home. When he was 17, he traveled to Japan to work as a programmer and pitch his ideas to technology companies. After returning to New York, he started Tumblr in 2007 when he was 20 years old himself and began running it full time. He set up an office in Manhattan, within a year, he accepted funds offered by venture capitalists.
Meanwhile, Tumblr follows the format of a traditional blog, and is effectively a service that falls somewhere between Twitter and a traditional full-featured blog. As of 2013 the site had more than 20 million users, and Tumblr says it will offer further value-added services. To use Tumblr, you need to sign up for an account on the official site and open your own microblog, which not only supports posting on the site, but also syncs to Facebook and Twitter.
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Tumblr places a high value on customizability and ease of use, so the registration and login page is extremely simple. Users can add seven types of content to their Tumblr, and the main Tumblr page is a "Dashboard" that shows all the updates that follow users. The user experience on Tumblr is therefore very good, with 85% of registered users staying on Tumblr, much higher than Twitter's 40%.
In addition to posting content on the Tumblr page, Tumblr also supports updates via small bookmarks, email, AIM chatbots, and even calls to Tumblr's phone number. In addition Tumblr can automatically sync content to Facebook and Twitter.
1. Tumblr can find all kinds of interesting people, with all kinds of different pictures, videos, audio sharing.
2. Users in Tumblr can also share their lives, record your life.
3. Tumblr can also send their own pictures for processing.
4. Tumblr can also chat with people you follow each other in private messages, so that your communication further.
The biggest problem with Tumblr at the moment is the lack of user data. Users only need email, age and password to sign up, they don't need to provide any other identification information, they don't even need to fill in their gender.