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i created 5 tumblr blogs all with good niches but not gaining followers

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by jayngo23, May 12, 2013.

  1. jayngo23

    jayngo23 Regular Member

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    im using an auto post queue everyday it posts good quality pictures with tags but it doesnt seem to be getting me followers can anyone help me out need to make money
     
  2. SmileAtmyWins

    SmileAtmyWins BANNED BANNED

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    Go with the adult niche for tumblr.
     
  3. daddymax

    daddymax Junior Member

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    nvm:D wrong thread
     
  4. TT hasnaat

    TT hasnaat Registered Member

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    off topic but do you have any idea why my google ads are only showing in chrome and not on firefox and IE on tumblr?
     
  5. jayngo23

    jayngo23 Regular Member

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    yeah iam doing adult niche god dam this is so hard to get started
     
  6. SmileAtmyWins

    SmileAtmyWins BANNED BANNED

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    How long has your campaign been running/approved?


    There are tons of threads around here with pics of girls you can upload to your tumblr. Just upload 50 pics a day to start on each page. You'll get followers, trust me.
     
  7. TT hasnaat

    TT hasnaat Registered Member

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    Only made the tumblr account today & I created a new one today, so like 12 hours or somat, ads load in chrome but not anything else?
     
  8. SmileAtmyWins

    SmileAtmyWins BANNED BANNED

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    It takes time for them to show up. If you have the same results by monday, update your browsers.
     
  9. jayngo23

    jayngo23 Regular Member

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    can anyone help me create a blogspot theme
     
  10. Ptrick125

    Ptrick125 Regular Member

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    Depending on the niche, there may be some ready to download, and you could edit it.
     
  11. BIGBIGBIGMamas

    BIGBIGBIGMamas Power Member

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    I don't think the issue for new NFSW & Adult blogs is so much as content and niches as it is getting indexed and being seen by other Tm$blr users as they have changed their terms AGAIN (see below):

    http://www.tumblr.com/docs/en/nsfw


    Understanding NSFW and Adult Blogs

    Is adult-oriented content allowed on Tumblr?

    Yes, but there's a catch. Tumblr welcomes free expression, but we have to be sensitive to the millions of readers and bloggers from different locations, cultures, and backgrounds with different points of view concerning mature/adult-oriented NSFW content. There are a lot of people in our community who would rather not see adult-oriented stuff and could even get in trouble if they did!
    For a refresher on this stuff, please review our Terms of Service and Community Guidelines.
    What should I do if my blog contains adult-oriented content?

    Please respect the choices of people in our community and flag your blog as NSFW or Adult from your blog Settings page.

    • NSFW blogs contain occasional nudity or mature/adult-oriented content.
    • Adult blogs contain substantial nudity or mature/adult-oriented content.
    If you're not sure if you should flag your blog you can leave it unflagged, but keep in mind that we might flag it later if we see a lot of mature/adult-oriented content.
    What happens to blogs that are flagged NSFW or Adult?

    Here's a quick breakdown:

    [TR="class: header"] [TH="bgcolor: #FFFFFF, align: left"][/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #FFFFFF, align: left"]Unflagged Blogs[/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #FFFFFF, align: left"]NSFW Blogs[/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #FFFFFF, align: left"]Adult Blogs[/TH] [/TR] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"]Posts appear in logged-out Dashboards[/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"]✓[/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"][/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"][/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"]Posts appear on tag pages when your followers browse in "Safe Mode"[/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"]✓[/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"]✓[/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"]✓[/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"]Posts appear on tag pages when other users browse in "Safe Mode"[/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"]✓[/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"][/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"][/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"]Posts appear in iOS mobile apps for your followers[/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"]✓[/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"]✓[/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"]✓[/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"]Posts appear in iOS mobile apps for other users[/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"]✓[/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"][/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"][/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"]Blog indexed by Google[/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"]✓[/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"]✓[/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"][/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"]Follow, Like, Reblog, and Reply[/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"]✓[/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"]✓[/TH] [TH="bgcolor: #F9F9F9, align: left"]✓[/TH]
    I think my blog was flagged NSFW by mistake, who can I talk to?

    If you think your blog was inappropriately flagged, or if you removed the adult-oriented content and want to be unflagged, send an email with the following information to our
    Trust & Safety team. Please be sure to include:

    • The email address you used to register your account.
    • The URL of the blog that you think was inappropriately flagged.
    • A polite explanation of why you think we made a mistake flagging your blog NSFW or Adult.


    Basically in a nutshell, they seem to be turning their backs on NSFW & Adult blogs....

    You can still slowly build up new NSFW & Adult blogs, especially if you have older blogs that have a decent following by reblogging from the older blogs to the newer blogs.










     
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  12. SmileAtmyWins

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    I suggest you make your point with a more direct approach. If you're saying adsense and adult tumblr blogs don't go together because you will get banned, then that should have gone without saying. He said off topic, so i thought he meant his adsense on a website.
     
  13. BIGBIGBIGMamas

    BIGBIGBIGMamas Power Member

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    ???
    I simply tried to share why he may not be actually gaining followers by providing evidence of their new policy and terms.(alot of ppl are not aware) which basically states they will not index adult blogs.

    Some people like to see for themselves. (that was the point in copying and pasting, nothing more nothing less.)

    If you mean to say the posting was too long , then excuse me. :)

    As for Adsense you will find loads of blogs on Tm$blr with Adsense banners (and Tm$blr is fully aware of them as I have contacted them personally regarding their policy on the use of Adsense)

    And of course it goes without saying you cannot and should not use Adsense in combination with any adult blog/site. So I don't get your point in mentioning that.

     
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