Good news, everyone! We’ve been hard at work keeping a promise we made when we first launched Union Metrics for Tumblr.
We’ll soon be unveiling free Tumblr analytics - engagement and content metrics for your personal Tumblr.
Want in? Sign up for the waiting list.
From the beginning, our goal with Union Metrics for Tumblr has been to build the best possible Tumblr analytics for everyone, regardless of budget. The first version of our product focused on serving businesses, and today we’re thrilled to be working with many of the largest brands in the world. Our new free account will provide similar metrics to individual bloggers - those of you who make Tumblr the thriving creative community it is today. We couldn’t be more excited to share this with you.
We’ll start letting people into the free account beta in a few weeks. So sign up for the waiting list now and we’ll email with your invitation as soon as it’s ready.
A free Union Metrics for Tumblr account will include:
- Post and note counts and trends over time
- Curator and influencer identification
- Post performance metrics
- Our amazing reblog tree (if we do say so ourselves)
- Tag and post type analysis
- And more…
And I want to personally thank you all for your feedback, support and excitement for our Tumblr analytics. I can’t wait for you to see what’s next.
This is big news for the platform and it will be pretty awesome.
We love Tumblr and we especially love the diversity and creativity that goes into making it the wonderful place that it is. That means we know that not everyone works at a company with the budget for these plans. We’re working on more analytics offerings for everyone, including a version for anyone interested in measuring their personal blogs. That’s coming soon, so stay tuned!Union Metrics’ Tumblr analytics system — which uses the Tumblr firehose — is now available, though most users can’t afford the $499/month starting price (most companies totally can, though). The company says they’re working on it.
inothernews says: I think we broke it.
insaniyat asked: Too much exposure, too fast? It’s not working for me :(
» SFB says: It’s very finicky about addresses. When setting yours up, type in your address using the format “yourname.tumblr.com” without a slash, even if you have a custom domain. It will come up with an error if you don’t. Either way, it’s still pretty beta, but it looks cool. Only real downside is that the information getting analyzed is public, so just know that going in. — Ernie @ SFB