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[Extension] Quickly queue and reblog posts on tumblr!

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by apandhi, Feb 27, 2013.

  1. apandhi

    apandhi Newbie

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    This chrome extension, developed by me, allows you to quickly queue and reblog posts straight from a user's blog archive.

    How to use it:

    1. Install the extension
    2. Go to a blog that you want to queue or reblog from and type /archive at the end of the url
    3. Select your posts
    4. Click Queue or Reblog
    5. Right-click to view posts


    Why should you queue posts? The best way to get active followers is by being active. I have 3 accounts (193k, 40k, 19k) on tumblr. All natural followers from just queueing posts. If you guys are interested, I'll write up a tutorial on how to build a good following on tumblr.

    To download it, google "Tumblr Archive Poster".

    It's in the chrome web store!
     
  2. Chicilikit

    Chicilikit Senior Member

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    Hello, I'm trying it with tumblr now, so would like to know how to get such follower numbers.
     
  3. deciple87

    deciple87 Newbie

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    I'm trying it as well, and I'd also like to know how you got that many followers? How long did it take you?
     
  4. deciple87

    deciple87 Newbie

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    I've tried out your extension. It is good to note that this extension will ONLY work with 1 page at a time. So if you open up more than one tab with the archive page on it, tumblr sends you back to the dashboard.

    Also, does anyone have a (or know of a) way to shuffle the queue like Missing E used to? Since the last tumblr update, it only allows for mass deletion/shuffling of 10 posts at a time.