Or: How to continue posting Tumblr adult content for your followers!
Starting from Dec 17 of 2018, Tumblr decided to block adult content on their platform, since it has largely turned a blind eye to it, since its very start. This decision came after the recent fact, for which it run into serious troubles after leaked images of child sexual abuse. It is a widely respectful and normal decision, but it affects thousands of webmasters that used to earn money from their Tumblr blogs.
Tumblr has announced that it will no longer allow adult content, so webmasters that used porn, NSFW or adult content in general, need to move to a dedicated platform.
The purpose of our Laravel based script, TumblerClone, is to fill this gap.
By using our TumblerClone, you can now set up a Tumblr network under your own domain and have content posted there, no matter of the type/category. Under this scenario, webmasters are responsible for the website’s content, so there are no issues with Tumblr at all and you can post adult material aswell.
Feel free to check our TumblerClone’s online demo, in order to test drive our clone.
What you see in our demo, is what your website will look like after the installation, which takes a few minutes, according to the provided manual that you will receive upon purchase.
The pricing policy is also a flexible one, so you dont need to investigate on big expenses in order to have your community up and running. You can find all available options of pricing, here.
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