I am an online blogger for a while, and it started when we were asked by our poetry professor to make one. Surfing and social networking were not quite a fad during those days, and so all of the information that I have were from our old friend Google. So, when I Google’d about blogging, it immediately gave me wordpress and I used wordpress for a few years after that.
But things started to become different when I got bored with the same layout that my blog had, and when I checked my mates’ blogs they all have improved themes and layouts. Jealous, I asked them how they did it. But the do this and do that instructions were just confusing, and with the all failed efforts I decided to stick to my boring page.
How Tumblr themes can improve blogging?
When I improved my internet knowledge, I learned about social networking and a more likeable blogging platform in Tumblr.
All are crazed about social media nowadays, and Tumblr has a lot of features to offer for a blogger and a social networking fanatic. Tumblr is mainly popular with micro blogging, a blog style that is relatively smaller in content and in size to the traditional blog posts. But the thing that really attracted me to move from wordpress to Tumblr is the tumblr themes that are not only nice and decent, but more importantly are easy to apply and install.
The themes are available in the website’s theme garden, where you could choose from a list of themes. But keep in mind that some of the themes are not entirely for free. Premium themes are sold for $49 or lesser, but you will have a theme that can make your blog more attractive. Premium themes are the top of the class among themes, so expect to get more than your background, font, and layout changes as some premium themes will have 3rd part apps integration. To name some, it can help you connect to other social networking sites, get access to 3rd party app stores, and some will have a direct link to iTunes that will work great for music bloggers.