Introducing Union Metrics for Tumblr - Tumblr’s preferred analytics provider

We’re thrilled to announce Union Metrics for Tumblr. This is the very first measurement product designed specifically for Tumblr that provides analytics based on their entire firehose of data. That includes more than 100 million Tumblr events per day. And, to add to the excitement, Tumblr has officially named us their preferred analytics provider!

Heard enough? Sign up for an invitation here!

Union Metrics for Tumblr summary metrics

So what does it do?
Union Metrics for Tumblr can measure activity and engagement for any blog or any topic on Tumblr. We make it possible to get in-depth analytics on all the cool, creative content that’s shared on Tumblr.

With our new Tumblr metrics, you can:

Union Metrics for Tumblr reblog network

What does it mean that you’re Tumblr’s preferred analytics provider?
It means that we’re partnering directly with Tumblr to bring you this product. They’re so excited about Union Metrics for Tumblr that they recommend it as the best way to get Tumblr analytics.

How do I get it?
Access is by invitation only right now, and you can sign up here.

Who are you again?
We’re Union Metrics and we’ve been providing in-depth, comprehensive Twitter metrics since 2009 with TweetReach. Now we can’t wait for you to see our new Tumblr analytics.

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