Every once in a while I get an email.
A Triberr newbie craves to know the secrets of successful Tribing.
They stumbled upon Dino Dogan’s and Dan Cristo’s network of inspired bloggers. They want to learn more.
Triberr is about the most powerful networking tool in your blogging arsenal. Think of it as THE meeting spot for blogging big dawgs. Scroll through your feed. Share posts in seconds. Make friends. Build prospering bonds. Sure as heck works for me.
Although I took to Triberr quickly I know you may be stricken by TC: Triberr Chaos. SO MANY tribes and so little time, right? Where do you start?
This is why I wrote this post and yes, an eBook on Amazon about Triberr.
Are you hungry to increase your blog traffic quickly? I think so. Otherwise you wouldn’t be here.
Let’s dive in to the tips.
By the way, if you want to jump right into the eBook (wink wink)…..
1: Publish Weekly Posts to Your Blog
I can’t tell ya how many ghosts have evaded me on Triberr. “Ghosts” meaning Triberr members who publish posts once to twice a month. Said phantoms are drowned out by daily posters, thrice weekly posters and anybody who posts more than twice a month.
Unless you create a viral Triberr post you’ll fall by the wayside with an infrequent posting schedule. Post 1-3 times weekly to your blog to expand your visibility on Triberr. Or go the way of the Triberr ghosts.
2: Hang Where Ya Want to Be Seen
Code for: join tribes relevant to your niche.
I like hanging where island hoppers hang. Or where aspiring retirees hang. Or where aspiring full time, pro travel bloggers hang. Or where *blogging tips* hungry folks hang. These folks love my blogs. These folks dig my podcasts. These folks want to join my list. Hang where they hang.
Query your niche keyword/keywords through Triberr. Find relevant tribes. Social Triberr users get invited into relevant tribes. Chat. Connect. Friends will open doors for you.
3: Share Posts Persistently
Everybody loves a free giver. At least normal people love free givers.
I may snag 200 retweets for a single post – with many tweets flowing through Triberr – because I share posts persistently on the network. Think of it this way: if I share 30 posts daily then some of these bloggers will connect with me through my sharing. We’ll become blogging buddies. My blogging buddies will share my stuff. Meeting more blogging buddies increases your shares.
This incredibly simple concept makes Triberr so damn powerful. Rolling your mouse over a “share” button builds lasting, prospering friendships.
Visit Triberr daily. Share relevant updates. Find posts from your main stream and from individuals tribes you’ve joined. Tip: you can follow tribes even if you aren’t a member. Share helpful content from these tribes. You never know where your next blogging buddy is lurking. That sounds sinister. You know what I mean. Unless the buddy is a stalker. Then, block them.
4: Comment in 2 Spots
On blog posts.
On Triberr posts.
Follow this 2 pronged approach to build your Triberr network.
Commenting on blog posts builds blogging friendships. Commenting on Triberr posts increases your visibility on the network. Visible tribe mates gain invites into tribes regularly and inspire tribe mates to share their content. Show up where most people aren’t (few comment on Triberr posts) to stand out from the crowd. More Triberr users comment these days but many moons ago I felt like a nun in a whorehouse when commenting on Triberr. Thank goodness we see more chatty tribe mates these days.
Do you use Triberr?
If so, do you follow these tips?
What Triberr tips can you add to this list.
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