We’re thrilled to share that we reached 100,000 followers at around 9pm on Friday night. Apologies for the delay in sharing our news, as some of us were off the grid over the weekend, enjoying National Trails Day.
Thanks again to everyone who has helped make Today’s Document a success! As we work towards getting another 100k Tumblr users hooked on history, please let us know:
Why do you follow Today’s Document? What do you like/dislike — and how can we make it even better?
#8! Thanks Tumblarians!
You told LJ about over 390 of your favorite Tumblrs. Here they are, from most to least popular:
- thelifeguardlibrarian, with 29 mentions
- libraryjournal, with 16 mentions
- fishingboatproceeds, with 13 mentions (sorry John Green, Kate & LJ won this battle)
- librarianproblems, with nine mentions
- nypl, with six mentions
- motherjones, with five mentions
- betterbooktitles, with four mentions
Our colleagues at Congress in the Archives just reached 20,000 followers! Be sure to follow them if you don’t already!
A great start to the new year!
We’ve reached over 20,000 followers! As a special thank-you to all of you congressional history wonks, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite posts over the past year. Thanks for all of your Tumblr love, and Happy New Year!
We’re not big on self-promotion, but in this case we’ll make an exception. Have you considered nominating the Today’s Document Tumblr for a Shorty Award (please)? You can also vote for our Twitter feed in the Government category!
(What’s A Shorty Award? Check out this post from the Tumblr Staff)
Our followers count is moving up — Today’s Document has reached 10,000 followers on Tumblr!
The Today’s Document team here at the National Archives would just like to send out a big thank you to all our fans, followers and the Tumblr staff for all the likes, reblogs and follows!
(And if you like the poster, you can find the unadulterated version of "We’re Moving Up!" in our Online Public Access catalog.)