Plymouth, MN, February 25, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Ecreativeworks, Inc., is now promoting Tumblr as part of its social media optimization programs. The company has long been providing social media services for its clients, working with such platforms as Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube.
Tumblr is an all-in-one social media site where users can post blogs, videos, photos, and more, as well as links to their other social media accounts, such as Twitter feeds. With an over 180% increase in visitors from 2010 to 2011(1), Tumblr is one of the fastest growing sites on the web. It boasts over 18 billion user-generated posts since it was created in 2007.
Ecreativeworks is a full service provider of industrial web development and internet marketing services. The company offers complete website design, custom ecommerce applications, search engine optimization programs, and more. Ecreativeworks works with companies in all areas of industry to help their websites and online businesses reach higher levels of performance excellence.
Ecreativeworks’ social media SEO specialists, along with many other social media marketing experts, see Tumblr as “the next big thing” in social media. In the interest of keeping their clients at the forefront of the latest digital trends, the Ecreativeworks team determined the time was right to add Tumblr to their social media repertoire.
Amy Kilgour, one of Ecreativeworks’ social media experts and internet marketing specialists, was recently interviewed in BtoB Magazine about the pros and cons of Tumblr. Its compatibility with other social media is one of Tumblr’s best features, Kilgour said, stating, “It plays nice with so many other platforms that its future as a B2B marketing tool is almost guaranteed.”
To show clients—and potential Tumblr users—how the platform works and how it can benefit their businesses, Ecreativeworks has launched its own Tumblr account. It can be found at http://ecreativeworks.tumblr.com.
For more information on how Ecreativeworks can help build your company’s presence online, visit them on the web at http://www.ecreativeworks.com.