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When you use Triberr, you boost your ROI, web traffic, and branding.
Are you a blogger?
Do you feel you have done everything you can think of to boost your stats? What if there are tactics you haven’t thought of to boost your page views? Many people have not used Triberr because they have never heard of it.
Do you ever wish you had some help promoting your blog? After all, blogging articles explain that you should be spending at least as much time promoting your blog as writing it. What if you had some help? Triberr is designed to give you that help. Triberr gives you free help promoting your blog.
I know a blogger who confessed that writing and promoting takes up all of her free time. I’m sure many bloggers can relate to the feeling of being overwhelmed. After all, sleeping still has some appeal.
Triberr is full of bloggers, people with your interests, willing to retweet your blog posts for you on Twitter. Tribes full of people exist just to share your blog links. By using Triberr, in addition to Twitter, you are expanding your blog’s reach around the world.
Do you want to know how wide my reach is? I am only a member of six tribes, but if their
members share my blog links to their combined Twitter followers, 729 thousand people could see my blog posts! The arrow in the screenshot on the right is pointing at my combined reach, 729 K.
How to Use Triberr
Step 1: Go to Triberr.com and make a free account. Premium memberships exist that you can pay for if you want to increase your blog’s visibility.
Step 2: Find Tribes. You can belong to as many tribes as you want, but you can only link two blogs to your Triberr account.
There are several ways to find tribes full of people who write about your blog’s content. First, you could click “Tribes.” Scroll down until you see “Explore Tribes.” Click the drop down menu and “Select A Category.” I write about blogging, so I picked Writing. Tribes of people, just waiting to share my blog links, came up. Pick the ones that interest you.
Weigh the criteria of tribes that are good tribes for you. Ask yourself these questions. How many members do they have? The more members retweeting your links, the more exposure your blog will get. What is their combined reach? The bigger the better. Their combined reach is more important than how many members they have. Perhaps go into the tribe and see how active their members are.
You could also go to the search bar at the top of the screen where the magnifying glass is. A drop down menu will allow you to search by topics or people.
After weighing the criteria and deciding you want to join a tribe, click “follow”. At this point, you are still not a member. Once you click “follow,” you will be asked if you want a promotion to be a member. As a follower, you can see other members blog posts. They can only see, and share, yours if you are a member.
There is an additional way to find tribes. Make a bonfire. (Cute, huh?) Click on “bonfire” where you can start a new comment thread where you can introduce yourself and your topic and hope people invite you.
When you signed up, you put in your Email. The chief will write you and tell you if you made the cut.
Step 3: Sharing your tribe’s posts on Twitter: There is a green box to the right of the title you think your Twitter followers will like. Hover over it and it will say “Share”. A check mark will appear, and your Twitter readers will see it.
Step 4: How to know if anyone has shared your posts: In “Stream,” under your post’s title, it says “Affinity” if anyone has shared your link on Twitter. To see who shared it, click “Stats”.
Share the Triberr love. If people are kind enough to retweet your blog links to their Twitter followers, you should do the same for them.
How to do it? How can you know who has tweeted your links and for which blog posts?
When you click Stream, you will see pictures of the people who have shared your link at the top.
In conclusion, in addition to getting more exposure, you can find great content on Triberr you wouldn’t normally have been exposed to. Since you’re “exploring” topics your readers like, you have more material to consider reblogging. It’s like having a guest post–great content for your readers without having to do the writing.
Readers, if you think other bloggers could benefit from Triberr, please share.
Do you have any experiences with Triberr? Are there any other traffic-inducing ways you have discovered you’d like to share? I look forward to your views.
Related: If you want free tools for Twitter which will help you keep your follower to following ration in check, see this guide to unfollow apps.