Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Best 3 Tumblr Alternatives

Tumblr is much more than simple micro blogging website, it is an expression engine for artists, musicians, painters, and creative hairdos. Unlike Twitter which is full of buzzing memes and less talk, Tumblr is one stop nation for people who appreciate and love creativity. Now with new generation of start-ups and pro-bloggers hoarding their official blogs on Tumblr much celebrated blogging platform. Tumblr is getting much attention than ever.

But due to invasion of wolf nature marketers & advertisers has made Tumblr people suffer and with that Tumblrattis are now searching for new alternatives to Tumblr. And if you are one of them, here I have few suggestion for you.

1. Jux
jux a tumblr alternative
Jux An Alternative to Tumblr
Jux is a New York brain child, just like Tumblr. If you look at Jux, you can define it as much younger, prettier, fresh and lit bit complex version of Tumblr. Though Jux is great alternative to tumblr but it lacks some advanced features and great community feeling of tumblr. But if you are looking for some private and no crap following. Jux is the place for you.

2. Soup.io
soup.io tumbr alternative
Soup.io
Soup.io is basic and raw version of Tumblr, much more like Tumblr from the past. If you are missing Tumblr old simple interface and life streaming feature, Soup.io is the best place where you can find them all. You can also follow Technogram Soup.io blog, if you like Technogram vague links.

3. Wordpress
Wordpress
Call it Tumblr effect or something else, Wordpress has really feel the Tumblr heat . And now with Wordpress new interface, you can get the feel of Tumblrverse in your Wordpress arena. But there is only one downside to it, you can't map your custom domain to WordPress for free.

So now if you have found what you are searching for, please share the experience with me.

Photo Credit: Soup.io by Chocoreaper

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1 comment:

  1. Nice quick list you have here. However, allow me to point out that Jux is set to shut down by august this year; while wordpress doesn't allow custom domains; and soup.io (i'm still checking that one out, cause it's the first time I've even heard of it)

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