Tumblr Friends Tutorial: How to Find and Search for Friends
A useful guide on Tumblr friends and how to find and search for friends on Tumblr.

Tumblr Friends Tutorial

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Tumblr Friends Tutorial: How to Find and Search for Friends

Your account with Tumblr allows you to create a custom blog that covers all types of information, such as text, pictures and music. In addition to the page creation tools that provide this free service, you also have a function to find people you know in this community. Use the search in Tumblr using your Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, AOL or MSN so you control your contacts by finding the people you want.

Log into your Tumblr account and get access to "Add and delete" on your right. Click on "People you know." Then enter your email address and password. Click on the "Search contacts" to start your search. Click on the name that appears to go directly to the page of your friend. Alternatively, click on the "Follow" to add the member to your contact list.

Twitter is perhaps the most "contagious" social media. With twitter you write mini-articles of up to 140 characters, usually with what you are you doing at that moment. If your friends also use it at the end of the day you can have a look to see what they did. It’s also useful as an addition to a website or a blog.

Tumblr is a blog that is in some ways easier to use.  It’s convenient to post videos, photos and mp3. It has the feature of "reblogging", to republish an article that you think is interesting. Just like twitter it has the capability of following, the control panel to follow the Tumblr friends.

Facebook is perhaps the most popular social network. Create your own profile by registering with a username and password, you can find friends and communicate, install applications, etc. 

One of these instruments of "social media" is that a certain mass/bulk of users should benefit from it. Some social media sites ask you to build a reputation in order to get the most out of the site. Such social media tools are useful for keeping relations with a large number of people, but it is better to concentrate on their use at specific times of day. This is in order to avoid the constant interruptions that may reduce the personal productivity.

With Facebook you do not have the same control over the content you have on a blog or site due to the way they are structured. The content on Facebook is also much more difficult to reuse. In addition, you are at the mercy of the rules of the host with your content.

One of the most interesting trends of recent years is that the web is increasingly becoming a "social space" where reputations have the advantage of drawing the social media/Google ratings of many different people, and where it is increasingly easy to share ideas and experiences.  Probably never before, as it is now, has it been possible to manage relationships with a variety of geographically distant people.

Here are some possible directions for the best use of these things, assuming you want to create a web presence designed to last, and facilitate the relationship with many contacts.

- Social networking sites where you have little control (like Facebook), but that has many users, you may find useful to know new people and start new contacts (for fun or for business).

- Your blog is your virtual real estate which lends greater attention. The blog is yours and you have complete control, especially in relation to contacts.

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