1. Bourdain’s choices are, more than anything, determined by his ‘no assholes’ rule of doing business. ‘Who’s in my life? Who do I have to answer emails from? Who do I have to spend the few remaining hours of my life with?’
    How Anthony Bourdain Could Save CNN, The Hollywood Reporter
  2. nevver:

    Tracie Ching

    Reblogged from: itsfunnytome
  3. One thing that was really surprising to me in relation to Tumblr was how quickly and how far the content was able to spread from its original source.

    Union Metrics CEO Hayes Davis, answering Can you name one of the most unexpected ideas or revelations to pop up from measurement over the past few years?

    Measurement Tip: Social Media Data for Marketing ROI | Hotwire PR 

    (via unionmetrics)

    Reblogged from: unionmetrics
  4. kenyatta:

    -teesa-:

    9.2.14

    dear comedycentral: pls give this woman her own show, thx.

    Seriously love Jessica Williams. 

    Reblogged from: kenyatta
  5. This is my new personal logo. Thanks, jcsalterego!

    This is my new personal logo. Thanks, jcsalterego!

  6. Are you my dad?

    Well, I’m not not your dad, that’s for sure.

  7. unwrapping:

Watch a Union Metrics Reblog Tree Grow:I tracked a week’s worth of reblogs on a single post, thanks to Union Metrics. This animation shows a series of reblog trees, growing over time as reblogs spread the post across Tumblr. The single circle on the left is my original post.
When reblogs occur, new circles appear to the right of the original post circle. As others reblog, more circles crop up, growing from left to right. The larger the circle, the more reblogs came from that blog. The top three amplifying blogs were socialgoodness, analyticisms and unionmetrics. Thanks for all the reblogs (and likes)!
Learn more about Union Metrics reblog trees.

Best GIF ever.

    unwrapping:

    Watch a Union Metrics Reblog Tree Grow:
    I tracked a week’s worth of reblogs on a single post, thanks to Union Metrics. This animation shows a series of reblog trees, growing over time as reblogs spread the post across Tumblr. The single circle on the left is my original post.

    When reblogs occur, new circles appear to the right of the original post circle. As others reblog, more circles crop up, growing from left to right. The larger the circle, the more reblogs came from that blog. The top three amplifying blogs were socialgoodness, analyticisms and unionmetrics. Thanks for all the reblogs (and likes)!

    Learn more about Union Metrics reblog trees.

    Best GIF ever.

    Reblogged from: unwrapping
  8. This support chat is going well. 

    This support chat is going well. 

  9. thewolfsbane8:

Everybody needs a dancing baby Groot on their dash.

I’m learning some sweet moves from this baby Groot.

    thewolfsbane8:

    Everybody needs a dancing baby Groot on their dash.

    I’m learning some sweet moves from this baby Groot.

    Reblogged from: thewolfsbane8
  10. How to gain more followers on Instagram and Tumblr (the right way!)

    unionmetrics:

    Our four favorite ways for getting more followers on Instagram and Tumblr:

    1. Post great content.

    First, you need to post content people actually want to see. Instagram and Tumblr are all about the visual aesthetic, so embrace it.

    2. Time your posts appropriately.

    The most successful Instagram and Tumblr accounts post at least once a day, and typically not more than five times a day. If you’re looking for the best time to post to these platforms, post outside traditional US business hours

    3. Find and follow interesting people.

    Try searching on a hashtag related to a topic you’re interested in, and follow people posting content you like. If fans are talking about your or your brand, give them a follow back and engage with them - they’ll appreciate it. Basically, if you follow new people, many of them will follow you back

    4. Use (hash)tags.

    Hashtags increase content discoverability, so use them in your posts. Adding a hashtag is the single best way we’ve found to get content in front of new audiences

    Reblogged from: unionmetrics
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