We set out to build a tool to help web agencies iterate faster, and we ended up with one that helps track cat pictures on tumblr.
Enrique Gonzalez, one of our teamates, is the multimedia designer at The Chicago History Museum.
The museum has a vast collection of beautiful old photos that are locked away in the archives. About a year ago Enrique decided to start posting some of these photos on Tumblr, a small blogging platform, each day. The project became a huge success. One year later the Chicago History Museum’s Tumblr has more than 80,000 followers and add 5,000 new followers each week.
The blog was a fantastic success, but there was a serious problem – Tumblr doesn’t provide the data he needed to make informed decisions about his blog. He had no idea who his followers were, where they came from, or how they interacted with his content.
For almost a year Enrique tracked statistics about his blog in a giant spreadsheet. It was a tedious, tiresome, and time-consuming task.
This is why we created Mountain, to provide an easy way to keep track of metrics for your Tumblr account.
See our progress at http://www.mountainmetrics.com/
Above is the deck from our Starter League Demo Day Launch. Below are a few screen shots of the application at launch.
Mountain Metrics Home Page
Mountain Metrics About Page
Mountain Metrics Dashboard
Sign up at http://www.mountainmetrics.com/.