Tumblr is the 2nd social media site where people spend more time.
Founder & CEO - Topishare
We use Tumblr; I have used it for a long time. They have a big community of users so it’s great to gain followers and reach a huge audience.
Founder & CEO - Cheekd
We used Tumblr for past projects and it is good for setting up quickly, but we moved away from it because it is very slow, and very hard to customize when you get it set up. Also it is very hard to export the data if you want to switch to another tool.
Co-founder & CEO - Moesif
We went with Tumblr, mostly because it’s easy to use and manage--and it’s free. The only downside is that it can be slow. We haven't tried Ghost, which is a Open Source blogging platform that runs on Node. We have heard great things though and may migrate soon as Tumblr is definitely slow. CDN can help with this.
Co-founder - Trove
We use Tumblr (which we probably shouldn’t because it’s terrible for SEO).
Founder & CEO - Nomiku
We use Tumblr for our blog and I cannot wait to get out of it. I’m not a fan of Yahoo-owned services. We use it as a public broadcasting medium and to make sure there’s no linking connection between the Coinkite site and the Coinkite blog. It's nice to have broadcast mediums that aren't handled by you so when your site is down, you have a place to say your site is down. Four years ago, Ghost didn’t exist, and Tumblr was available and simple to get started.
Founder & CEO - Coinkite
We use Tumblr for our blog, with a template that we’ve made. It’s our primary production source.
Co-founder & CEO - Inkshares
We use Tumblr for our blog. I’m not in love with it, and I kind of wish we were using Ghost instead (don’t tell my team!). =P
Co-founder - Underdog.io
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