Tumblr Scores “Most Loved” Blogging Platform

Opinions on Tumblr as a blogging platform include comments: easy to lean, respects privacy, simplicity of design and praise for the creative community. As one opinion stated, "Tumblr is fantastic because it is so easy to use. It is all about simple and effective expression. It's beautiful. It's totally customizable and rich in features..."

Tumblr scores high opinions at Amplicate as the most loved blogging platform, receiving a majority of over 28 thousand positive Tumblr opinions.

Amplicate, an online opinion collating resource that accounts for more than 90 million public opinions of social media users, reports that Tumblr’s popularity has scored a positive response of  73 percent, leaving Blogger in the bottom spot with a love rating of only 49 percent.

Opinions on Tumblr as a blogging platform include such comments: easy to learn, respects privacy, simplicity of design and praise for the creative community. As one opinion stated, “Tumblr is fantastic because it is so easy to use. It is all about simple and effective expression. It’s beautiful. It’s totally customizable and rich in features…”

There are some negative comments about Tumblr on Amplicate, but most of them are nebulous and ungrounded. I found one worth sharing, “There’s no originality in this site… it’s full of hipsters, Bieber fans, idiots and narcissists.” Another one said she didn’t understand why Tumblr was so popular. The platform has a love rating of 79 percent.

Amplicate ranks the most discussed blogging platforms to show how the Top 10 platforms compare next to each other in terms of public love, reach and absolute number of opinions.

Amplicate is an opinion-collection and advocacy service with a database of over 90 million opinions from people around the world. Real, unsolicited and uncensored opinions are constantly collected on more than two hundred thousand topics ranging from search engines to software, to music, movies, banking, shoes and cities around the world.