II am trying to get a handle on web content and which content has, overall, the best stickiness. Sites like YouTube, Tumblr, Flickr are, as near as I can tell, mostly visual. Blog and microblogging sites like Wordpress and Twitter are word based. Quora, Reddit and Metafilter are information sharing communities. Podcasts and music sites like MySpace or Soundcloud are, for the most part, sound focused. And then you have sites like Facebook and Google+ that are trying to combine the best of all of them. [more inside]
posted by CollectiveMind
on Mar 10, 2013 -
Is there (a) such a thing as "companion themes" for WordPress and Tumblr and, if so, (2) where do I find them...?
Yeah, so, my new personal project is about writing, not design (which is where all the time goes that I think
I should be spending writing...) I want to collate images from Tumblr blogs onto my own Tumblr blog, then write about (some of?) the images and post it on a WordPress blog that's parked at my personal URL.
Since I can't go all designery and both platforms are theme-based, I'm wondering if anyone's seen what I'll call "companion themes," for lack of a better term: themes that are adapted for the specific features of each platform, but that share at least a common aesthetic, if not full UI.
posted by OneMonkeysUncle
on Oct 22, 2012 -
Wordpress users: is the customer service still as shit as it used to be circa 2006-2007? [more inside]
posted by divabat
on Apr 8, 2012 -
I have a self-hosted WordPress blog in which every post is an image (with alt-text) and a single comment. I'd like to move this material over to a Tumblr blog. The site has two years' worth of material, with about three posts per week.
I've done a Google search and it seems there are three methods for migrating WordPress content to Tumblr. All involve exporting the WordPress Blog to XML first, which I've done. [more inside]
posted by Legomancer
on Apr 7, 2012 -
I am too disorganized to blog consistently, but I'm also way too verbose for Twitter. Is there a blogging platform that exists somewhere between these two extremes? Is there a platform that's kind of like Facebook as a blog? Do I want a Tumblr? [more inside]
posted by thehmsbeagle
on Mar 8, 2012 -
I need to add a caption to many user-submitted photos at once, and regularly. Best solution? Bonus: any way to automate that process with a tumblr blog? Dbl bonus: free? [more inside]
posted by skypieces
on Oct 18, 2011 -
I have a tumblr that is getting decently popular. If I want to become more of an established blogger, do I need to use a different platform? [more inside]
posted by kingfishers catch fire
on Oct 18, 2011 -
Blog Help Filter: I am looking for a way by which I can have an RSS feed (consolidated from various sources and filtered - using Yahoo pipes) end up into a blog as draft posts. I would then edit, delete, modify these entires and post them in real time or at a predefined time.
I am open to most blogging platforms such as:
Does something like this exist for those of us who cannot program?
And, is there a way to do this with twitter? I know I can post on twitter when I update a blog but is the reverse possible? I know it is a weird request.
Any help is much appreciated. Thanks
posted by london302
on Feb 22, 2011 -
Is there a plugin or other way to import Delicious.com bookmarks (and their excerpts, headline and tags) as individual blog entries into a hosted Wordpress installation? [more inside]
posted by jkl345
on May 28, 2010 -
I like Tumblr. Is there blogging software out there that can do the same thing on my own hosted space? [more inside]
posted by teraspawn
on May 27, 2010 -
Is there a way to automatically generate a daily compilation of tumblr posts into a single Wordpress blog post? [more inside]
posted by kmel
on Jun 24, 2009 -