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What the other Anons said. I just recently (like a year ago or so) started using Tumblr again after trying to migrate to Twitter for a while.
Current Twitter is way worse than Tumblr at its cringiest heyday, you can tell Tumblr's average user age has gone up in the last few years lol
I mainly use Tumblr nowadays to lurk and follow art blogs that still post there. I've been thinking of becoming more active but even after the Twitter migration, I find most of Tumblr's userbase to be obnoxious>>171885
You can search multiple tags by adding a comma between them in the search bar. So searching '#pokemon, #pikachu' will pull up all the posts that contain those tags
lmao why no one told me all these years.thank u anon
(tumblr is still written in spaghetti code tho)
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i wonder why people assume tungle.com is dead people still get 30k+ notes regularly, is it because you can't get rich off it? or has it been meme'd so hard that it's become some sort of Schrödinger's social media site?
the way twitter goes viral is Immediate and lasts about 2-3 days until it fizzles out. while tumblr is more well archived and a random post of yours since 2012 can suddenly go viral because a more active, large following blog reblogged it.
This goes well into roleplaying community (and yes, including the fiction kin) since theyre the most active one I've seen; and I'm only posting fan arts.
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>>172241> in fact those who stayed became even worse.
Now I'm interested. I haven't had the fortune to run into any tumblr cow yet.
Right? I think the best part of tumblr is definitely still making your own cute theme.
On the topic, but my dashboard is pretty active. I mostly follow aesthetic and positivity/recovery blogs and the aesthetic ones especially reblog a ton of posts all the time. I also follow some radfem blogs but i don't like following people who post too much depressing news or discourse, but terf
tumblr sure is thriving.
unclefather is legit a really funny person imo, she always had lots of actually funny and creative shitposts that made me laugh (the one about feeding the electronic santas birdseed in walgreens is one i'll always remember as an underrated classic)
as opposed to thebootydiaries who basically just dealt in outdated memes and cliches. Anyway it made me sad to see unclefather finally caving and turning to e-prostitution after years of getting anons saying "i'll send you $5 for nudes" and her going "no, fuck off" (only funnier). Tumblr retards can see that storyline play out in real time– a woman hard on luck financially trying to make ends meet for years for her children finally has to turn to whoring herself out for horny scrotes for cash– and still preach about how empowering sex work is. The tumblr userbase I think is only one step above current twitter in terms of intelligence.
that's based, I wish I did that but I get triggered
by my posts being mixed in with random reblogs.
I used to do that when I created my first Tumblr account back in like 2013 but I stopped when I learned my abusive
ex was reading it. Luckily he lives in another state, but it was still freaky. Nowadays I barely post, I mostly read and like things.
Less users, less people to view your ad, therefore less reason for brands to pay websites for advertising space, resulting in the websites focusing on maintaining user satisfaction and not brand satisfaction.
Not a tumblr blog but a blog, doesn't quite share the views of lolcow but she is a female. I enjoy seeing her takes even when I don't agree
did anyone see the new list of banned words that tumblr has had to blacklist in order to help the app pass the apple app store regulations? the complete list is here https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YG7E84Dvs2PyoKMgSgZFgEX0Kh0RtJqsazZsyVGY8dk/edit
basically if you use any of these tags from now on your posts wont appear in the search and potentially on the dashboard of anyone following you, I think this only applies to the app and not on desktop
wtf happened here?>>176116
no, plenty of people have/had a tag like that. sometimes under a more creative name
they've blocked terf
, terfs do interact and terms please touch yet they didn't "terfs do not interact". Cowards.I feel like if that tag ban was working, they would lose 60% of their userbase kek. What's up with blocking ptsd, my GIFs etc.? I dont get the idea behind some of those bans. What's the point of Tumblr anymore if almost everything important to their userbase is banned from the tags? kek>>176123
Ah, that's what I suspected. Hope they banned all body parts then.
Some of these are so random, why is "about me" banned?
Also is gender critical banned because of Apple troons or something?
>>176113>I think this only applies to the app and not on desktop
I need clarification for that lol. Is it
(a) I post on desktop, everyone sees it
(b) I post on desktop, only desktop sees it
(c) I post on mobile, only desktop sees it
(d) I post on mobile, nobody sees it? From the way I'm understanding it it's (a) and (d)?
Ctrl+f "font size" or some variation of it. Do people still go on blogs as opposed to viewing them within dashboard? >>176192
The way i understood it, if you use the app, posts with those tags are hidden for you. b and c in your scheme?