I signed up for Tumblr three years ago where I’m affectionately known as Venus Mystic. It’s a hobby and an online plaything. Vefday is more than just a game and decisions have to be made about what’s best and how things work towards establishing an identity for a company brand. Or in Vefday’s case a non-profit co-operative organization. The Internet can be a desolate place and recently I’ve given much thought about where I may find a niche to call home. Designing and funding a stand-alone website is a daunting task, especially for a small organization with limited resources. I registered http://vefday.com awhile ago and it is parked at the registrar of this domain name. That idea was counter productive so I think moving it to Tumblr is a wise manoeuvre which also gets Vefday into search. Configuring my domain to work with Tumblr was a breeze and I’m happy with the result.
Opening a WordPress account was one of the first steps I took in the process of establishing a social base and building a credible reputation. Vefday joining Tumblr is another step in the right direction and I get to choose a ready-made theme for my site. I bought a premium theme, however within a short period didn’t like it so went back to using a free theme which has more useful options to customize. I certainly enjoy social networking and I’m sure this will be to the greater benefit of my brand. So for me, a person with only basic skills, Tumblr is an obvious choice. I get to connect with old friends and my new blog has immediate web traffic. Blogging on Tumblr also ensures I’m not left out in the cold due to the enormous in-house community. I’ll continue browsing for a premium theme and will do my best to create an interesting site.
Oh yeah! I’ve signed up with Tumblr. I’m feeling quite clever so I ask you to visit.
Good day, Vef