A few months ago, I spoke about Tumblr at Virginia Tech’s University Relations annual retreat. I used Yale’s tumblelog as an example. Yale is leading the way among institutions of higher learning that “get” Tumblr. Why do I feel that way? Simple - their content and level of engagement. Let’s take a closer look.
On the first Tuesday of every month, Business Bullpen is providing a free Tumblr workshop. Whether you blog for business or personal reasons, new to Tumblr or been using it for years, this workshop is designed to help you learn more about Tumblr.
The agenda of each workshop is based on your needs. We will focus on what you want to know about Tumblr. Therefore, the workshops will be hands-on and personal. Seating is limited to 3 people. Coffee and spud-nuts will be provided.
Check out the schedule and reserve a spot!
Giving a demo of Tumblr at Virginia Tech using the iPad app
How Tumblr & Live Music Impacted Our Bottom Line (before Tumblr was big)
Before David Karp was on the cover of Forbes, before advertising on Tumblr, before Beyonce was on Tumblr, before the Tumblr A-List partnership program, before the Tumblr theme garden, before there was a Tumblr Richmond office, and during the time of Tumblarity, Business Bullpen realized revenue thanks to the blogging and connections made on Tumblr.
Graham and I geeked out this past weekend in Savannah, Georgia at the fourth annual Geekend conference. The event is for designers, developers, and social media marketers. We were honored to present about Tumblr theme development and since our talk was on the first day, we were able to enjoy many of the other presentations and events during the weekend.