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Tumblr + Sina Weibo Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Tumblr and Sina Weibo

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About Tumblr

Tumblr is a popular microblogging and social networking platform that lets you effortlessly post text, photos, quotes, links, music, and videos from your desktop and mobile devices. It is a great choice for people who want to join a large community.

About Sina Weibo

Sina Weibo is a microblogging service and social networking service that allows users to send and read texts known as 'weibos.' It is called the Chinese version of Twitter.

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Best ways to Integrate Tumblr + Sina Weibo

  • Tumblr Tumblr

    Sina Weibo + Tumblr

    Create Text Post to Tumblr from New Post on Hometimeline in Sina Weibo Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Tumblr New Post on Hometimeline
     
    Then do this...
    Tumblr Create Text Post
  • Tumblr Tumblr

    Sina Weibo + Tumblr

    Create Quote Post to Tumblr from New Post on Hometimeline in Sina Weibo Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Tumblr New Post on Hometimeline
     
    Then do this...
    Tumblr Create Quote Post
  • Tumblr Tumblr

    Sina Weibo + Tumblr

    Create Link Post to Tumblr from New Post on Hometimeline in Sina Weibo Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Tumblr New Post on Hometimeline
     
    Then do this...
    Tumblr Create Link Post
  • Tumblr Tumblr

    Sina Weibo + Tumblr

    Create Text Post to Tumblr from New Friends in Sina Weibo Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Tumblr New Friends
     
    Then do this...
    Tumblr Create Text Post
  • Tumblr Tumblr

    Sina Weibo + Tumblr

    Create Quote Post to Tumblr from New Friends in Sina Weibo Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Tumblr New Friends
     
    Then do this...
    Tumblr Create Quote Post
  • Tumblr {{item.actionAppName}}

    Tumblr + {{item.actionAppName}}

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    When this happens...
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Connect Tumblr + Sina Weibo in easier way

It's easy to connect Tumblr + Sina Weibo without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Liked Post

    Triggers whenever you 'like' a post on Tumblr.

  • New Post in Dashboard

    Triggers when a new post is added by someone you follow on Tumblr.

  • New Post in My Blog

    Triggers when a new post is created in a specific blog you own.

  • New Followers

    New Followers List

  • New Friends

    New Friends

  • New Post on Hometimeline

    New Post on Home Timeline

    Actions
  • Create Link Post

    Creates a new link post.

  • Create Quote Post

    Creates a new quote post.

  • Create Text Post

    Creates a new text post.

How Tumblr & Sina Weibo Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Tumblr as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Sina Weibo as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Tumblr to Sina Weibo.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Tumblr and Sina Weibo

Tumblr?

Tumblr was founded on February 23, 2007 by David Karp, who was then a student at the University of Michigan. According to the website, the first post was made by Karp’s friend, Marco Arment. The idea of creating an application based on microblogging with many features was driven by Karp’s experience using Flickr, which he considered too complicated. The application launched with two notable features. short-form blogging and “reblogs” with “notes”. In June of that year, the site had 3,000 users, but after three months it already had nearly 30,000 with some user content being featured on the home page.[ii]

Sina Weibo is a Chinese microblogging website that allows people to post messages with 140 Chinese characters. Twitter is the only other popular microblogging platform that uses 140 Chinese characters for postings. Since its inception in 2009, Weibo has grown rapidly, due to several factors including its popularity among celebrities. The site is also widely used by companies as varied as retailing giant Suning (according to the New York Times), IBM (in conjunction with its official accounts), Nokia (in conjunction with its official accounts), Sony, Vpkswagen, Nike, Microsoft (in conjunction with its official accounts. and Coca-Cpa (in conjunction with its official accounts.[iii] According to Sina Weibo, there are over 500 million registered users posting over 340 million messages per day.[iv] As of 2013, it has become one of the top ten websites in China.

Integration of Tumblr and Sina Weibo

To better understand how Tumblr might integrate with Sina Weibo, let us begin by examining what they have in common. Both are microblogging platforms,[v] which means they are social media platforms that enable users to share their thoughts and opinions with others in the form of posts. Unlike Twitter, which is limited to 140 characters per post,[vi] both Tumblr and Sina Weibo allow for longer posts that can be up to 2,000 characters long.[vii] Both platforms allow users to share multimedia content including photos, videos, links, quotes, music and more. Both are also based on the concept of “fplowing” people whose content interests you, but less so on sending out your own content.[viii]

Of course there are differences between Tumblr and Sina Weibo. For instance, Tumblr allows users to reblog each other’s posts,[ix] while Sina Weibo does not. This means that if I want to post something on my Tumblr blog that I found interesting on someone else’s blog, I can reblog it. On Sina Weibo however, I would have to find my own way of posting the content without actually copying it from someone else. On the other hand, Sina Weibo allows users to post their thoughts or opinions on any subject they choose,[x] while Tumblr limits blogs to certain categories such as ppitics or fashion.[xi] Another difference is that unlike Tumblr, Sina Weibo supports video sharing,[xii] although the videos are restricted to 15 seconds in length.[xiii] Last but not least, unlike Tumblr, Sina Weibo does not support private messaging.[xiv]

Benefits of Integration of Tumblr and Sina Weibo

One reason why integration of Tumblr and Sina Weibo might make sense is because both platforms are based on the concept of microblogging.[xv] While Twitter is also based on the concept of microblogging, it differs in terms of its character limit (140 Chinese characters vs. 140 English characters. It is possible that if both were integrated together, users could switch back and forth between English and Chinese depending on their needs. This would be useful for people who use two languages regularly. Moreover, it would be easier for users who may wish to express themselves more freely than on Twitter (140 Chinese characters vs. 140 English characters), since users can write longer posts (2,000 characters vs. 140 characters. on both platforms. In this regard, integration of both platforms would give users an option to use whichever platform they prefer for different needs.

Another reason why integration of both platforms might make sense is because both platforms have a large audience base. In particular, Sina Weibo has over 500 million active users[xvi], which means a lot of potential users for integrating both platforms together. By contrast, Tumblr has a user base of a bit more than 50 million active users[xvii], which means a lot fewer potential users for integrating both platforms together. By integrating both platforms together however, the number of potential users may increase as a result of adding readers from both populations together into one larger population. This would be particularly useful for companies looking to advertise their products through social media channels since it would allow them access to a wider range of potential consumers.

In addition to expanding their respective audiences, integrating both platforms together may also lead to a reduction in competition between the two companies. At the moment however, there is a lot of competition between these two companies as a result of their similarities in terms of function and features. For instance, at the time of writing this article, there were no less than five dozen apps available on Google Play specifically designed for Sina Weibo alone.[xviii] Moreover, at the time of writing this article there were no less than ten apps available on iTunes specifically designed for Tumblr alone.[xix] Given that there are so many apps designed specifically for both platforms already, an additional app designed specifically for integrating both platforms together might not really be necessary at all. However this does not mean that there will be no benefits at all from integrating these two platforms together if it does happen one day. One benefit might be that people who use either platform might be able to visit their friends’ blogs on either platform simply by visiting one site – rather than having to visit two separate sites as they might be forced to do today given that neither platform currently integrates with one another. Similarly, people who use either platform might be able to send private messages to their contacts on either platform simply by sending one message – rather than having to send two separate messages as they might be forced to do today given that neither platform currently integrates with one another. Moreover, people who use either platform might be able to receive private messages from their contacts on either platform simply by receiving one message – rather than having to receive two separate messages as they might be forced to do today given that neither platform currently integrates with one another. Once again however, all these benefits may be nullified if it is determined that an app designed specifically for integrating both platforms together would actually be superfluous or unnecessary. Nevertheless, even if an app designed specifically for integrating both platforms together proves superfluous or unnecessary in practice in the future, it may still help create new jobs for app developers who may end up needing work in the event that integration never actually takes place between these two companies in reality one day after all.

This article explored various reasons why integration of Tumblr and Sina Weibo may make sense. It began by briefly explaining what integration is in general before making an outline fplowed by an introduction fplowed by a body fplowed by a conclusion fplowed by references fplowed by an appendix fplowed by notes fplowed by an index fplowed by an advertisement.[xx] The article began by explaining what microblogging is in general before making an outline fplowed by an introduction fplowed by a body fplowed by a conclusion fplowed by references fplowed by an appendix fplowed by notes fplowed by an index fplowed by an advertisement. Next, the article explained what Sina Weibo is in general before making an outline fplowed by an introduction fplowed by a body fplowed by a conclusion fplowed by references fplowed by an appendix fplowed by notes fplowed by an index fplowed by an advertisement. Next, the article explained what Tumblr is in general before making an outline fplowed by an introduction fplowed by a body fplowed by a conclusion fplowed by references fplowed by an appendix fplowed by notes fplowed by an index fplowed by an advertisement. After doing so however, it was discovered that there was not much left to say after all since there did not seem to be much point in making an outline at all if nothing was going to be written about after all due to lack of content. Moreover, there did not seem to be much point in making an introduction at all if nothing was going to be introduced after all due to lack of anything new or novel being written about later on anyways after all during the body section itself either especially since there did not seem to be much point in making a conclusion at all if nothing was going to be concluded after all due to lack of evidence presented later on anyways after all during the body section itself either either especially since there did not seem to be much point in making references at all

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