Tumblr Profile Counter Tutorial: Tumblr
Profile View Counters
Tumblrize is a Wordpress plugin which allows you to
publish any of your notes of your Wordpress Blog onto your Blog with Tumblr.
is an aggregator of
social media online, such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, and is a
publishing tool. It will allow you to publish your photos and text onto your
Tumblr Blog directly while online, or you can do it via email, MMS, SMS, IM or
via a few other third party apps.
and Tarpipe.com do pretty much the
same thing but are paid tools.
is an online tool which will
give you statistics on your Tumblr Blog, including things such as quotes,
numbers of posts, conversations, photos and followed Blogs. It will also give
you a follower counter tool, which you can install on your Tumblr Blog as a
Here’s another way you
can track the amount of views you get (not followers, just traffic tracking)
1. Sign up for and create a Google Analytics
2. Fill out the tracking field with your Tumblr
3. Pop in your name and the county you are in
(and country if needed)
4. Agree to the terms and conditions of service
5. Grab the Google Analytics code that you can
stuff into your Tumblr Html
6. Some of the Tumblr themes already have a bit
of tracking software in there. If this is the case then you will need to copy/paste
the ID of your account which looks similar to UA-12346078-4. Don’t close this
page yet though.
7. You will need to go to your “customize themes”
link in Tumblr and see if your theme is tracking traffic. When you “Choose
Appearance” you should be able to see if there is field called Google Analytics
ID. If it has this field then paste your ID account into the field. Then save
and close the page.
8. If your current theme does not have a Google
Analytics field then you will need to copy all off the Analytics code into your
HTML theme, so that you can see how much traffic your Blog is attracting.
9. You will need to customize your theme on
Tumblr and use “custom Html”
10. Then using Crtl+F to bring up your browser
search bar, you will need to search the page for: </head>. You will need
to paste you analytic code in just before this little bit.
Save/publish as needed
and approx 24 hours later you will be able to see your statistics of who
visited your Tumblr account. You can do this by logging back into your Google
Analytics accounts and viewing your report.