Tumblr automatically keeps archives of all of your old blog posts on one page, making it rather easy for readers to get an overview of your blog or find specific past posts. To let readers easily read your Tumblr archives, you can easily add a link to your blog.
Adding the Link via Customization Settings
If you do not see the option for displaying the archive page link, then your blog's theme does not support this option. In that case, you will either have to use the option below or choose a different theme, one that does provide the option.
Adding the Link via Changing Your Blog's Description
If you need any help with this matter, you can contact Tumbr's customer service. It has phone, email, forum, and Twitter help options.
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