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Be Nice. (this one should go without saying) This is a great community filled with some of the best material on
the net; brought to us in a totally free environment. Be thankful for that. As my grandma would say, “You get more
with Sugar.” So be kind, patient, and appreciative. It’ll go a long way.
Tip Number Two:
Dive into Tumblr. Make a commitment to posting great material on a regular basis. And then... go exploring! I
think you'll find that this is one of the most versatile platforms out there. The best part of that jargon is that it's
SUPER EASY. Now that you've settled into your blog and have a foundation, it's time to add an original flair with
things like coordinated color schemes, widgets, and even a custom mobile app! WHAT? You get the picture.
Add one feature at a
time. Make a goal to complete that one feature and move on to the next. More on WIDGETS next time. Hint:
These are things like adding music and "latest posts" to your blog.
Tip Number Three: (How To Add a Widget)
First of all… WHAT’S A WIDGET? A widget is just a simple code inside a code. Sound complicated? No way.
It’s already done for you! Enough of the geeky stuff. There
are some really great widgets out there for your tumblog. I won’t get into each individual one because we could
be doing this all day. I’m only going to link to the
most popular ones here. But remember, there are TONS. Add music to your site using this widget. Tumblelog MP3 Widget
Let your viewers send your tumblr link to their facebook or twitter account using this. Share on Facebook Show
your latest works on
Flickr (this is way cool) here. Flickr Want to show
everyone the current weather conditions? Try this weather widget. Weather Widget Have fun with
it and let me know if you
run into any snags, I’d be happy to help.