Deleting a Tumblr Blog: How to
Delete a Tumblr Blog
How to close down your
Go to the delete accounts
page and think hard before you delete, because not only your primary blog is
going to be deleted, but also any additional blogs will be too. On the other hand your blog Url and email
address may now be used on a brand new account/blog.
How to delete your
Go to your delete
accounts page and again think about the fact that you cannot switch primary
blogs. For this reason, when you delete
your primary blog you also close down your account. You can’t re-assign your primary blog onto
another, so basically it is lost.
Copy to keep
If you are going to
delete your account or primary blog, then why not copy as much of it as
possible and save it offline. That way
if you open up your account or want to place your posts somewhere else then you
will be able to.
Delete your additional
First you will need to
click on your additional blog’s name, then click on the “members” link on the right
of your screen. You can then click on
“leave this blog” to delete it.
Perhaps you think that
the corporate blog is gone, replaced by rising social networks. Yet a few examples of corporate blogs are
fresh, functional and inspiring. Tumblr
can be a tool in your corporate blogging movement.
But, though many have
preferred to focus everything on Facebook or Twitter, it still makes sense to
have a corporate Tumblr blog. Let’s say
it continues to be a useful strategy under three conditions:
1. Have something to tell: the
sense of a Tumblr blog is not dependent on sectors of activity, but rather the
stories. We have seen examples of
creative businesses using Tumblr to provide useful insights and curious ideas,
whatever their field of expertise. If your
company can and will say something, then Tumblr is a blog for you.
2. Have time and energy to do it: management of a blog is not difficult but
clearly you will need time to write and reply to the blog/project. Try to assess whether there's interest in your
company and the appropriate resources are available, and then propose it.
3. Seek dialogue with the community: the trick to getting the best from social networks is to use each to
appeal to its target audience and have a marketing plan for each.