Tumblr Posting for traffic and audience engagement

I was a little late to the party, I admit. Social media was never really my thing when it came to adult business and the work I do for clients, but over the last six months I’ve been painstakingly researching the best tools and methods for audience engagement and click-through and I’ve done a pretty good job with one platform in particular – Tumblr.

I’ve had a couple of personal accounts on there for a while, sitting there rumbling along and not really doing much. This all changed in the last month when I logged in and went a little crazy scheduling posts with unique content.

Suddenly I saw my followers climbing at a rather immense rate, interaction with viewers increasing impressively, click-through to the relevant blog sky-rocketing (and their subscription to the newsletter there increasing too)

growing tubmlr followers

As you can see, in less than a month I have gained over 2,000 followers on this particular account.

This was achieved through the writing of original content, providing a link to my Tumblr (without being too spammy) and the use of appropriate tags.

If I can achieve this for my own Tumblr blog, I’m pretty sure I can achieve this for my clients too.

Whether you’re an existing client or just starting out as an affiliate on Tumblr, I hope you’ll get in touch and investigate this avenue with me further. It’s an exciting opportunity to reach many more people, get your brand in front of the right eyes and encourage click-through to your primary sites.

Feel free to contact me either through the blog or by emailing conran (at) gaycontentwriter (dot) com. I look forward to exploring this with you.

2 thoughts on “Tumblr Posting for traffic and audience engagement

  1. I’ve never found Tumblr traffic to be of much use. It seems to me most are simply curious and looking for free content.
    How do you make Tumblr traffic work for you?

    1. While it’s true that a lot of the traffic you might get from Tumblr is unlikely to buy, if you’re driving that traffic to a site related to the content you’re posting there it’s easy to get those visitors signing up to a newsletter.
      The example I have used is a male adult Tumblr of a specific interest, which links through to a related blog. Each post on that blog has a link to sign up for the newsletter. In this time not only have I increased affiliate sales from that blog, I’ve also gained hundreds of new newsletter readers who then also engage with the blog in the future and buy memberships to promoted sites and products from advertised retailers.

      It’s also great if you have appropriate advertising on the site, generating views generates you profits regardless of whether anyone buys. Sell ad spots and use Tumblr to grow that traffic.

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