ColorHexa.com is a free color tool providing information about any color. Just type any color values (view full list here) in the search field and ColorHexa will offer a detailed description and automatically convert it to its equivalent value in Hexadecimal, Binary, RGB, CMYK, HSL, HSV, CIE-Lab, Hunter-Lab, CIE-Luv, CIE-LCH, XYZ and xyY. ColorHexa will also generate matching color schemes such as complementary, split complementary, analogous, triadic, tetradic and monochromatic colors.
One thing that I really like about this site is that what ever color you search there is an “in action” section that gives you snippets of code for HTML and CSS For uses of the color you searched.
I really like how engaged other tumblrs get into rebloging and sharing all the great stuff that is on tumblr.
You can find some great niches on Tumblr of other people who tumble the same kind of stuff that you tumble. When you Post a really cute kitty picture, more times then not, the people who reblog your photo also like really cute kitty pictures, and so on and so forth.
The idea of Pinterest “sharing photos” is not a new idea, but the way you are able to share the photos, is what I think makes Pinterest so great.
Pinterest cuts out the big popularity contest on social medias so you don’t have to be a well known person/brand or a social media expert, to have your content seen. Pinterest is made so the photos you share can be seen and shared.
Klout measures influence online using data from your social networks. Anywhere you have an online presence, you have the opportunity to influence people by creating or sharing content that inspires actions such as likes, retweets, comments and more. The more engagement your posts receive, the more influential you are. Klout uses this information to provide you aKlout Score that measures your overall influence.
Here is a list of things that you do on your Social Medias that give you Klout.
You can link a all your social media accounts together on Klout.
At this point Klout only draws data from your Twitter, Facebook, and Google + accounts (if you have them connected to your Klout). You can still all of your other accounts, by doing so an icon will be on your Klout profile to go to your LinkedIn, ext.