I found out about Triberr a few months ago after being invited to a group by Michael Q Todd, before then I had heard very little about it. I must admit that I was a bit skeptical about it initially but there were so many amazing people from my social circles involved that I thought what the heck, let me check it out too. I had just moved my blog from Posterous to WordPress and lost a bit of traffic with the move so I went for it and I have been very pleased with the results.
Everyone wants to increase the reach and traffic to their blog and Triberr is a platform that allows you to do that. Now that it is open to the public and no longer in beta the potential of blog growth is HUGE. In a nutshell, Triberr allows you to create a tribe, add members of that tribe and share blog content through RSS Feeds through the Twitter feed of your tribe mates.
As you share content you really get to know the people that you are in tribes with. So a few things that I’ve been doing to become a better tribe mate:
- Check into Triberr at least once per day depending on how many tribes you belong to. I try to check in twice per day because I belong to quite a few tribes.
- Give Karma.
- Load share buttons and share content using +1 and StumbleUpon.
- Follow all of your tribe mates on Twitter and other social media channels.
- Get to know your tribe mates!
- Check out and follow the blogs of your tribe mates
- Leave comments on the blogs of your tribe mates. [I’m working on this one]
- Share great content of your tribe mates on your other social media channels.
Have fun and enjoy!
- Blog Traffic, Think Tribe ..Go #Triberr (anisesmithmarketing.com)
- #Workflow Blueprint: Utilizing Your #SocialMedia Time More Effectively (anisesmithmarketing.com)
- ROCK #TWITTER: The Organic Way Of Getting More Retweets (anisesmithmarketing.com)