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[Guide] How to automate your tumblr with quality posts

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by khaotickaze, Apr 4, 2013.

  1. khaotickaze

    khaotickaze Newbie

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    Hey I'm kinda new to BHW but I thought I would write this out to contribute. Here are a few easy and very efficient ways I've found to make your life easier when it comes to reblogging or queuing up posts. This is somewhat whitehat, but it is just a way to save a lot of time.

    1) Tumblr Archive Poster on the Google Webstore can be used to queue/reblog images very efficiently from someones blog. I use this tool and go to a high quality blog, then just queue up anywhere from 50-300 posts.

    2) Combine multiple RSS Feeds from different tumblr blogs using a service like (rssmix) and then use a service like IFTTT to automaticly post that RSS Feed anywhere you want. It's made my life very easy! :)

    If anyone else has any other tumblr automations/scripts/bots let me know because I am new to blackhat seo and I really want to increase my traffic/followers. I hope to be a part of this community and offer anything I might come across! You guys are awesome:)
     
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  2. KingMatt

    KingMatt Newbie Premium Member

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    Some good ideas.


    I'm personally trying to find a way to automate uploading my own images to tumblr/mass upload them. I know Tumblr has a submit post by email functionality and trying to find a workaround using this. I'm very interested in finding out more about automating Tumblr
     
  3. monoply316

    monoply316 Newbie

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    I've been really picky with posts- I want to find a way to only queue certain tagged posts. Until then, I've been using xKit to specifically set up my queue, as well as the Archive Blogger Google Chrome addon.