Triberr.com is a social media platform for bloggers that will drive tons of traffic toward your website’s blog. Over the years, Triberr has grown and evolved. It has become a powerful traffic tool. I personally use Triberr and now have a reach of over 530K on Twitter. I highly recommend using Triberr.
Triberr.com, created by two enterprising young men, Dan Cristo and Dino Dogan, assists bloggers in reaching their greatest audience from one site. Triberr is a community full of all types of bloggers, who blog on a multitude of subjects, and carry all levels of experience. These bloggers seek out like kind and join together in groups, known as tribes. Most tribes have a common interest or community, meaning that everyone in the tribe blogs about similar topics. For example, the tribes of which I belong generally blog about books, reading, writing, and publishing.
You can join tribes, or start your own tribe and invite others to join you – it’s all up to you!
Each tribe member tweets (in addition, they can now post to Facebook and LinkedIn if they choose to do so) other members’ blog posts easily by sliding their cursor over a share button to send the link out to all of their own followers. The tweet is then scheduled to go out using a frequency that can be changed under the settings tab. Triberr is a place to make new friends, find other bloggers within your community, network with bloggers of all levels and styles, and help others by spreading the word about them, while they, in turn, help spread the word about you. What Triberr really is, is a community. A meeting place of like-minded bloggers. A place to gain support, advice, and establish both friendships and relationships, while expanding your footprint on the Internet as well as increasing your role as a blogger.
Promoting your blog can become as easy as publishing it, allowing Triberr to pick it up from your feed, having your fabulous Tribemates read it and sharing. In return, you do the same for them. Easy!
Recently, I had a problem with my feed for this blog and was going a little nuts over it. Dan and Dino were quick to respond to a simple tweet with a link to my Bonfire post. Bonfire is the forum used by Tribemates to air problems, seek answers, and find new tribes. Thanks to Dan, my feed was back up and running properly in mere cyber-minutes. Now that’s support you can count on, and knowing I have backup like that builds high confidence that my posts will continue to be seen and shared. My Tribemates are awesome, friendly, caring, and share crazy – I can’t thank them enough for all that they do to help me promote both this blog and my review blog, Unwrapping Romance.
I highly recommend joining Triberr.com, getting involved, and broadening your reach while meeting extraordinary people. So check out Triberr and TRIBE UP!
If you’d like to learn more about how Triberr works, how easy it is to sign up and get started, check out A GUIDE TO GETTING STARTED ON TRIBERR. Also, it’s FREE to join! So what are you waiting for?
Happy Writing and Promoting!
8 thoughts on “TRIBERR – Tribe Up and Increase Your Reach”
Hope you give Triberr a go. It’s definitely one of the best ways I know of finding new readers. Good Luck!
You actually make it seem so easy with your presentation
but I find this matter to be really something
which I think I would never understand. It seems too complicated and extremely broad for me.
I am looking forward for your next post, I will try to get the hang of it!
pozy… I will try to simplify it for you with some easy tips to make maneuvering Triberr a little easier. Coming soon then. Thank you for pointing out that some need a little more assistance. It is confusing to a lot of us. There are still points of Triberr that I don’t quite get and I’ve been with them from the beginning. Thank you for stopping by and I do appreciate hearing from you.
We are new to Triberr and it did take us a few tries to get things ronlilg, however in the past month we’ve watched it improve and grow before our eyes. A great tool for bloggers who just want to reach more people, whether you are promoting a book, or just blogging while you distract yourselves from the screenplays you’re trying to finish (um, oh wait, that’s us ). Give it a try, and if you’re looking to join a tribe with a sense of humor, send us an email To Renee thanks for this awesome visual aid, I’m sure it will be helpful to many members, we learned a few new tricks too!
It does take a while to get a handle on Triberr, but once you do and you see how your reach expands, it’s worth it. Good luck, Scott, and thanks for stopping by. 🙂
Triberr has been a great resource for me and I would recmmoend to people who are joining Triberr to take advantage of building their own tribes. This way, you can bring in new members who have similar blogs as well as add existing members with the same sort of interests. I started two of my own tribes and have been very happy with the results. My other tip for Triberr limit your own personal tribe membership don’t be afraid to leave tribes that aren’t working out for you, (people aren’t tweeting posts, people have different blogs than the kind you want to tweet to your followers, etc.). You will actually discover that your blogs get more traffic than less, and you Twitter stream will clear up so that you can concentrate on re-tweeting the blogs that you know your Twitter followers would be interested in reading.
Great tips, thanks Noel. Glad to hear Triberr is working for you. 🙂