Our network of bloggers on Tumblr are the perfect resource for engagement and fundraising for your product or business from millennials.
48% of Millennials say social media influences their product decisions. [Interpid]
Posts last longer on Tumblr - 29% of reblogs on Tumblr posts took place more than 30 days after the post was published.
Original content drives 89% of engagement for top brands on Tumblr. [SimplyMeasured]
68% of tumblr users have purchased a product within the last month. [GWI].
By 2018, Millennials will have the most spending power of any generation Their current annual spending in 2015 was $2.45 trillion and by 2018, they will eclipse Boomers in spending power at $3.39 trillion. [Oracle]
Millennials prefer and trust native advertisement, upwards of 63% of all Millennials trust and are are willing to check out sponsored content, as long as it's interesting. [Reuters Institute]
When celebrities or influencers share products they are perceived as paid advertisement placements and have lower engagement rates due to trust issues.
When you go through us, every one of our fans view our posts as trustworthy and important. This means higher engagement rates, higher conversions, and higher organic sharing.
We have one of the highest rate of organic sharing that you will find. Our network reaches over 50 million people a month, and generates over 10 million organic engagements (likes, favs, comments, reblogs).
Our content matches the aesthetic and language of the most shared content on Tumblr, and gets the best results.
Because, we follow the same practice as everyone else your sponsored post can't be blocked by adblocking technology, which means everyone can see the content on desktop and on mobile. Without worrying about not being seen.
"The average post on Tumblr is reblogged 14 times, but the average sponsored post on Tumblr is reblogged 10,000 times."
— Marissa Mayer (CEO of Yahoo, parent company of Tumblr)
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