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"Tumblr users spend an average of 14 minutes per visit, Tumblr founder and CEO David Karp revealed… The reason for the longer session time is not that Tumblr is ‘so much better,’ Karp explained. ‘It’s very different behavior. People come here for same reason they turn their TV on when they come home at the end of the day … It’s something to do before checking your email, it’s a chance to go and see stuff you enjoy, let’s you escape from the real world. And that media experience is one that ends up consuming a fair bit more time than just the amount of time you spend checking your friends updates on Facebook or Twitter or Foursquare.’"
— 11 months ago with 176 notes
#David Karp  #digital culture  #Facebook  #social media  #tech  #Twitter 
webbys:

Thrilled to welcome new Webby judges Tumblr’s David Karp, blogger Robert Scoble, New York City Chief Digital Officer Rachel Sterne, Artist and Director Chris Milk, OK Go’s Damien Kulash, Founder of Laughing Squid Scott Beale and Bradford Shellhammer of Fab.com! 
See our new Social categories and have your work judged by our esteemed jurors — enter by October 26th for early bird pricing: http://wbby.co

webbys:

Thrilled to welcome new Webby judges Tumblr’s David Karp, blogger Robert ScobleNew York City Chief Digital Officer Rachel Sterne, Artist and Director Chris Milk, OK Go’s Damien Kulash, Founder of Laughing Squid Scott Beale and Bradford Shellhammer of Fab.com! 

See our new Social categories and have your work judged by our esteemed jurors — enter by October 26th for early bird pricing: http://wbby.co

— 1 year ago with 27 notes
#digital culture  #David Karp  #news  #blogging  #social media  #tech  #Webby Awards 
"Tumblr CEO David Karp has just announced that it will launch a brand new iOS app next week. This announcement was made just now at F.ounders, the highly prestigious event we called the Rolls Royce of technology events. Karp said that there wont be ads on the app immediately, but they are planned and will be implemented soon after launch."
— 1 year ago with 170 notes
#apps  #David Karp  #tech  #Tumblr 
mackenzie:

I’ve noticed that Tumblr founder David Karp likes the same minimalistic workspace as Steve Jobs.

mackenzie:

I’ve noticed that Tumblr founder David Karp likes the same minimalistic workspace as Steve Jobs.

— 1 year ago with 50 notes
#David Karp  #Steve Jobs  #Tumblr 
david:

David Karp, founder of Tumblr, showing that one of the most under-appreciated pathways to being cool is to fully embrace being a nerd.
— Humans of New York
Honored. It was a pleasure spending the afternoon with Brandon. :)

david:

David Karp, founder of Tumblr, showing that one of the most under-appreciated pathways to being cool is to fully embrace being a nerd.

Humans of New York

Honored. It was a pleasure spending the afternoon with Brandon. :)

(Source: humansofnewyork)

— 1 year ago with 3336 notes
#David Karp  #inspirations  #Tumblr 
thisistheverge:

CEO David Karp on how Tumblr ads will work, and why he hasn’t coded in six months
“We’ve tried so hard to not view anybody in the ecosystem as a competitor, and that’s served us very well this far,” he said. “We’ve tried to embrace these platforms as syndication platforms — pumping out content to those platforms has generally worked,” Karp said. Need proof? “Facebook and Twitter make up more inbound traffic to Tumblr than Google,” he proudly stated.

thisistheverge:

CEO David Karp on how Tumblr ads will work, and why he hasn’t coded in six months

“We’ve tried so hard to not view anybody in the ecosystem as a competitor, and that’s served us very well this far,” he said. “We’ve tried to embrace these platforms as syndication platforms — pumping out content to those platforms has generally worked,” Karp said. Need proof? “Facebook and Twitter make up more inbound traffic to Tumblr than Google,” he proudly stated.
— 1 year ago with 50 notes
#advertising  #David Karp  #tech  #Tumblr 
Newsweek: Can tumblr cash in? →

newsweek:

sweetandsouranything:

You guise, they called us the coolest people on the planet!

BECAUSE YOU ARE. Duh. Just reporting the truth.

"Can Tumblr…?" Yes, yes… from now on »

It’s already raked in $125 million in financing in the last year, and now the blogging site is welcoming advertisers, rolling out a new feature Wednesday that costs $25,000. Just don’t call the paid content ‘an ad.’ […] Tumblr threw open its doors to advertisers Wednesday, inviting anyone with $25,000 to vie for the attention of the blogging site’s 12 million daily visitors. For that, you can get your message out to President Obama, Beyonce, and the man who puts his dog on things.

And, the man who creates Movie Mimic, CAT SCIENTISTS OF THE 1960SSocial Media Guru Ryan Gosling and to many more like them. Yes, Tumblr finally announced that there are two advertising products available to sponsors for a minimum $25,000 package commitment. Approved — and that’s a key detail — advertisers and media companies can pay for content placement and account exposure through Tumblr Radar and Tumblr Spotlight. You know, the internet is all about… advertising and there is nothing wrong with that.

(Source: applebottomclaudiajeans)

— 1 year ago with 76 notes
#advertising  #blogging  #internet marketing  #David Karp  #news  #tech  #Tumblr