Triberr – Do You Really Know What it is and How it Works?

by Janet Callaway on August 12, 2011

Triberr   Do You Really Know What it is and How it Works?

What on earth is Triberr?

If you are a blogger and/or spend much time on Twitter, you likely have heard of it.

But, do you really know what it is? What I have found is that most people don’t.

They have a “rough” idea, they “think” it’s ____, however, they see only random strokes of the big picture.

Let me give you two broad brushstrokes and then color in with a few details that make a difference.

If I want to know something, I ask an expert. In this case, I asked Dino Dogan, one of the two co-founders (Dan Cristo is the other) for his definition of Triberr.

The following excerpt describing Triberr came from his winning pitch at the Ultra-Light Startups Pitch Contest last month.

“Triberr is a blogging community that solves the number one problem that bloggers have. We do that by allowing small and medium size bloggers to come together and let them tap into each other’s audiences automagically.”

Blogging friends, what’s our number one problem? Reach. We may write great content, however, if no one reads it . . .

Because tribe members automagically share posts with each other’s audiences, the small or medium size bloggers now can have the reach that before was only available to big websites or big names bloggers.

Rather than go into further details about how it works and why I recommend it, instead I am going to share with you the best Triberr post I have ever read.

It was written by Pam Moore who is a best selling author, speaker and coach . With a Klout score of 79 and almost 60,000 followers, it is safe to say that Pam is not a person who “needs” Triberr. When you read her post, you will understand why those of us who understand Tribber, absolutely love it.

Those were my two broad brushstrokes…

Triberr   Do You Really Know What it is and How it Works?

Here are some color details on Triberr:

Dino talks about Triberr being a blogging community. That’s true yet it is so much more. The way I see it, it’s a community with members who blog. You see, many of us have taken our relationships beyond the tweeting of each other’s posts and commenting on blogs.

We engage on other topics on twitter, Facebook and now Google+. Heck, we even use the telephone and talk LIVE. We offer encouragement, give advice and support each other in so many ways. Triberr is meeting new friends as well as helping friends. What they all have in common, is those friends blog.

Triberr is all about Customer Service. Since its inception 6 short months ago, it has been over the top on Customer Service. Since it’s still in beta, it has had its share of glitches.

The way Dino and Dan respond plays a significant part in why it is growing and thriving. To say they are responsive, would be an understatement. They are always courteous and professional. They state the problem and then tell us what they are doing to correct it.

Triberr is constantly updating features and adding new ones per members’ requests. Communication is open and feedback is encouraged. In the back office, they have a tab called Bonfires. Within the tab you can go to specific Bonfires depending on what you want.

To give you an example, here are a few of the Bonfires with their self explanatory names: Technical Bonfires, Triberr News, Looking for Tribemates, Looking for Guestposts and Triberr Basics.

One final bit of color that I appreciate…

Triberr has a feature called “Naked Stats.” For each post that is tweeted, each tribe member has a different link. What Naked Stats tells you is how many clicks there were on the link by that person’s followers.

It is interesting to note that it is not necessarily the people with the highest number of followers who return the most clicks. Rather, it is those people who consistently engage with their followers who return the highest number.

Though I could keep adding color, I believe you get the idea. If you blog and have not checked out Triberr, do yourself and your blog a favor, do so. Read Pam’s post to gain a more thorough understanding of Triberr.

If you are interested in joining Triberr, this is what I recommend. Ideally, you want to be a in tribe with people you “know, like and trust” who also share content similar to your blog’s – social media, travel, parenting or whatever the topic. Once you are invited into a tribe, you can then start three of your own. You will be the chief; you invite the bloggers you want to join you.

Mavis, of course, is a chief so you may well want to check with her if your blog content is similar to hers. Or, you can head on over to Triberr and take a look at the categories. Look at the tribes in that category and see if you know anyone listed.

 

Triberr Key Takeaway

If expanding your reach, having more people read your blog, making new friends and being part of a vibrant community of caring individuals appeals to you, Triberr may well be for you.

 

Your Turn:

Have you heard of Triberr?

Are you a member of Triberr? If so, what do you like best about it?

Would you like to have more people reading your blog?

 



This Post Brought To You By Janet Callaway

As a Network Marketing & Social Media Coach, Janet Callaway is passionately involved with teaching people how to build thriving online Global businesses. It is her belief that everyone should design the life they want and live it. To be able to mentor people to success and help them achieve what is important to them, matters to her.

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Francis from Eurocasino August 12, 2011 at 1:31 PM

I have not come across Triberr before but it seems interesting to me.I have learnt a lot from this blog and I hope the valuable information flow would continue.

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Janet Callaway August 13, 2011 at 4:19 AM

Francis, aloha. It is my pleasure to be able to introduce you to Triberr.

Guaranteed you can count on Mavis to keep the good information flowing.

Enjoy a great weekend. Aloha. Janet
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Marcus Baker August 12, 2011 at 2:38 PM

Hi Janet,

Congratulations on your guest post here and who better to write on Triberr than you. :)

I do of course know Triberr Janet as you invited me to join some months ago. I enjoyed reading Pam’s post too. What stands out the most for me in her post is her advice that Triberr is more ‘involved’ than it first appears and far more than just a numbers game.

The extent to which Triberr can be more for one has to do with who is in your tribes and how you interact with them. If you treat it as a set it once and forget it, then you may get more tweets but you’ll be missing out on the deeper value of connecting with other bloggers meaningfully.

~Marcus
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Janet Callaway August 13, 2011 at 4:22 AM

Marcus, aloha. Isn’t Pam’s post fantastic? To me, it states everything so clearly.

Since Pam wrote that post, Triberr has evolved even more. In fact, in the past week they have made many, many great new enhancements.

Speaking of which, watch for growth, activity and engagement in Akamai. Best wishes for a terrific weekend. Until later, aloha. Janet
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Dr. Bob Clarke August 12, 2011 at 3:01 PM

Hi janet,

This is a terrific contribution to Mavis’ blog. I have to admit to being one of those people who have actually joined Triberr but not gotten the most out of it. I was invited by Jane Sheeba to join her group and I gladly did because it sounds like such a great concept.

But as life often does, at that moment I got super busy with some other projects and never got back to it.

Now, after reading your post, you’ve given me the motivation to head over and take full advantage. Off to read Pam’s post and then to reengage my Triberr tribesmates.

Thanks for the great information, Janet!
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Janet Callaway August 13, 2011 at 4:25 AM

Bob, aloha. So glad this post motivated you to get active. The more you learn about and use Triberr, the more you will appreciate it.

Delight you joined with me. Bob, you will appreciate the people you meet, the activity and the engagement.

Do read the Triberr blog to learn more details and check out the Bonfires.

Best wishes for a fantastic weekend. Until later, aloha. Janet
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Pedro Cardoso August 16, 2011 at 2:44 AM

I was sold after seeing that cartoon at the beginning of the post :-D will definitely give it a try! Although I cannot help but wonder… anybody has had notable results from using it?

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Dino Dogan ( August 12, 2011 at 4:25 PM

wow….thank you Janet and thank you Mavis. What an incredible point of view of Triberr.

I am always humbled and above all grateful when our members go out of their way to write about us. In this case, it’s not that you just wrote about us, but you wrote about us on your tribesmate’s blog. Thank you.

Janet, my gf and I have been talking about you for 2 days. She was shoulder-surfing during #toolschat the other night and she saw how supportive you were and how much you engaged with people who needed help understanding Triberr. So, thank you for that as well :-)

You guys rock, all around.
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Janet Callaway August 13, 2011 at 4:35 AM

Dino, aloha. So glad you this liked this post. As you know, I am a huge fan of Triberr. Not only do I appreciate what you and Dan do, I love the way you do it. Dino, I am sure that I was almost as excited as you and Dan were when you won the Ultralight Startups Pitch contest.

Absolutely love that Mavis gave me this opportunity to educate her readers on Triberr. Though, of course, I think everyone must know about Triberr, I do recognize we still have work to do to introduce Triberr to more people as well as clear up misconceptions.

Dino, had not heard the term shoulder-surfing, however, it certainly is apt. MQ is a great host and I like the way he runs #toolschat. If there is a chat about Triberr, I love to be there to help. The Q&A format keeps it clean and focused as well as much better for future reference. As your girlfriend so astutely observed, I like to be there to help with the incidental questions people throw into the stream. Please give her my thanks.

Dino, you and Dan Rock! Best wishes for a fantastic weekend. Aloha. Janet
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Adrienne August 12, 2011 at 8:27 PM

I’ll pipe up and join in as well Janet, great guest post over here at Mavis’ place and love this one on Triberr. A topic that is also near and dear to my heart.

I’m thrilled to be a member of several awesome tribes and it’s a wonderful place when you need help getting content shared or commented on. Just contact your triberr mates and ask. Yep, we are all more than happy to help which is why this type of community is so wonderful.

I know in the beginning I didn’t use it to it’s full potential as well but everything is a learning experience. I’ll have to drop by and read Pam’s post as well. I have no doubt I’ll learn even more.

Great post Janet and always a pleasure to see you. As always, thanks for sharing so much awesome information with us and helping me learn even more.

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Janet Callaway August 13, 2011 at 5:05 AM

Adrienne, aloha. Thx so much for your great comments. Hopefully, between your comments, Pam’s post and this one, people will take a serious look at Triberr and those who are involved and not using will start.

Adrienne, guaranteed you will love what Pam has to say. When people ask me about Triberr, I just give them Pam’s post and then add my two cents.

Thx so much for stopping by, sharing your insights and giving your support to me on this guest post.

Wishing you a weekend that is magnificent in every way. Aloha. Janet
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Extreme John August 13, 2011 at 12:11 AM

I have an article coming up about Triberr, so I was curious what you had to say about Triberr when I saw this pop in my reader.

I can appreciate Triberr for what it’s meant to do, however my personal experience with Triberr has been much different then what you and Pam experienced, in pretty much every aspect. I’m not going to be disrespectful to you, your article or this blog by sharing my experiences in detail. Instead I’ll just say they’ve been much different. Enough so that it caused me to kill off my Triberr account, after blowing I think $35 on “Bones”.

I’m curious to see how Triberr grows and changes in the future, and wish Dino and Dan the best of luck.
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Janet Callaway ( August 14, 2011 at 1:53 AM

John, aloha. Thank you so much for your courtesy and respect in your comment. Though dissenting opinions are certainly welcome, your professionalism is much appreciated.

John, I am so sorry to hear that your experience was not like Pam’s and mine. As you know, she had some challenges in the beginning and so stopped, Ir was her reflection on her life philosophy that prompted her to give it another shot.

It seems no matter what the product or service, some people have a fantastic experience while for others it is less than stellar. Perhaps in time, as Triberr evolves, it might be a fit for your plans.

John, I will check over on your blog periodically to look for your Triberr post. Or, I just followed you on twitter so if you follow me back you could tweet me the link to it.

Good connecting with you, John. Best wishes for a terrific rest of the weekend. Aloha. Janet
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Martin August 13, 2011 at 10:48 AM

This is good information, and very helpful for me Janet.

I must admit that I have not yet joined triberr. I have briefly looked into it, but my many others things sucked me away. Also, a concern I have is joining a tribe of people that I don’t really look forward to their posts. I have experienced that already, and so, have been cautious about joining other tribes.

However, it is the power of tribes that has caused revolutionized my blog statistics, therefore
I am very interested in getting in with a tribe again.

So, I really appreciate you sharing this info.
I I have found it to be helpful.

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Janet Callaway ( August 14, 2011 at 1:42 AM

Martin, aloha. So glad you found this information helpful. Martin, even though Triberr has a manual feature so that you can preview each post before sending it, to me I would not be in a tribe unless I liked the content of the tribesmates’ posts.

The good news, Martin, is that once you are in Triberr, you can start three of your own tribes so you will invite only those folks whose content you like.

Wishing you a terrific Triberr experience. Aloha. Janet
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Percy August 13, 2011 at 6:58 PM

Hi Janet,

I had actually heard of Triberr but didn’t really know anything about it. It sounds like a good way to get your content shared on commented on. Btw, I love that cartoon at the top of your post!
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Janet Callaway ( August 14, 2011 at 1:34 AM

Percy, aloha. Without a doubt, Triberr is a great way to have your content shared as well as to receive more comments.

Thx for letting me know you liked the cartoon which is taken directly from Triberr. As you can see, it’s a fun place to be. Aloha. Janet
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Mario from andrea zapatos August 13, 2011 at 8:53 PM

It is the first time I heard about Triberr really. I visit thier webste to get more info and the idea is really cool, I guess that you only have to choose the “tribe” you join wisely .

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Janet Callaway ( August 14, 2011 at 1:39 AM

Mario, aloha. Delighted to be able to introduce you to Triberr. While you can visit the site to find a tribe that matches with your blog’s content, my suggestion would be to see if any of your blogging friends are in Triberr. If so, see if they have room in their tribes to invite you to join them.

Mario, if you don’t know or can’t find anyone you know in Triberr, do visit the site and search for a tribe that’s a match for what you do.

Wishing you a great Triberr experience. Aloha. Janet
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Sherryl Perry August 14, 2011 at 12:03 AM

Hi Janet,
Nice writeup on Triberr. I owe you thanks for introducing me to Triberr and including me in one of your tribes. I have to admit that I don’t use “Naked Stats” but I see now that I should be paying more attention to them. For me, Twitter is my #1 source of referral traffic. I met a whole group of great people through your tribe including Marcus and Dino.
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Janet Callaway ( August 15, 2011 at 2:36 AM

Sherryl, aloha. So glad you liked it. Sherryl, you were one of the very first people I invited to Triberr and I am so glad to have you as a tribemate.

On the Naked Stats, Sherryl, aside from seeing who brings the most tweets, you can see the total clicks on the link. Looking at analytics, they only show if someone visits more than one page. While, of course, we want someone to visit more than one page, it doesn’t always happen that way. When you look under My Stream there will be a pie showing total clicks for that post. When you click the pie, then you see the breakdown.

Triberr has some very exciting changes that will be taking place over the next week or so.

Thx so much for stopping by and sharing your thoughts. Aloha. Janet
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Kokz August 14, 2011 at 3:30 AM

I haven’t come across Triberr but it sounds great. I would like to try it cuz my problem is the same, no matter how much content I post If its not spreading across the web, its of no use I guess.
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Janet Callaway ( August 15, 2011 at 2:42 AM

Kokz, aloha. If you are writing solely for yourself and don’t care whether or not anyone else sees it, you’re fine. If you want others to see you great content, you have to take action to get it out there.

Triberr is one vehicle you can use and, quite honestly, it’s my favorite.

There are other blogging communities and forums where the members support each other.

Mavis and I met through a blogging community. We supported each other in that community and our relationship extended beyond that.

Kokz, building relationships with people is what matters. As you build those relationships, it becomes natural to share each other’s content.

Best wishes for a terrific week. Aloha. Janet
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kokz August 16, 2011 at 1:25 PM

Thank you, Janet for spending a couple of minutes of your precious time to jot down the above tips. I would try and build up a good relationship with other bloggers. Thanks again.
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Janet Callaway ( August 17, 2011 at 10:03 PM

Kokz, aloha. You’re most welcome. Building relationships–inside or outside of Triberr–is key to having your content shared. Wishing you al the best, aloha. Janet
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Nawaz August 14, 2011 at 7:48 AM

It is first post that I have read about Triberr . I think it is service provider to the blogging community.I welcome its beta service.
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Janet Callaway ( August 15, 2011 at 2:43 AM

Nawaz, aloah. You are correct. Triberr is a service provider to the blogging community. What I like best about it is that it is a true win-win for all. Aloha. Janet
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Ming Jong Tey August 15, 2011 at 7:51 AM

I heard about Triberr from One Spoon at A Time but have not tried it out. I just joined TribePro but haven’t really gone deep into that! I’ll give Triberr a go to see any difference between these 2 platform.

Cheers,
Ming
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Janet Callaway ( August 15, 2011 at 11:08 PM

Ming, aloha. Well you know if you hear about it from Paul over at One Spoon at a Time, it’s a good thing. He definitely knows what he is doing online.

While Triberr and TribePro may have some similarities, Ming, I believe you will find they are very different platforms. It’s great that you are such an experimenter; that’s a terrific way to learn and to find out what’s best for you.

Thx so much for stopping by and sharing your thoughts. Aloha. Janet
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Jamal from broccoli soup August 15, 2011 at 9:07 AM

I think for successful online activities triberr has good contribution.I have read about in depth and soon be there with my community.

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Janet Callaway ( August 15, 2011 at 11:06 PM

That’s great, Jamal. Look forward to seeing you there. You’ll love it. Aloha. Janet
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Shivam Garg August 15, 2011 at 7:21 PM

Hi JANET CALLAWAY,
This is very good and helpful article. This was very informative for all the bloggers. Thanks for the suggestions.

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Janet Callaway ( August 17, 2011 at 10:06 PM

Shivam, aloha. Thx so much; so glad it was helpful. You can always count on great information and tips when you visit with Mavis on her blog. Aloha. Janet
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Meg from Bath Screen August 16, 2011 at 6:19 AM

Janet, aloha

I am totally new to this “Triberr” but I have heard this word from so many mouths but don’t know what exactly it is. So after reading this post I find it very useful so I am definately going to check in details and eager to take benefits from this tribe.

Thanks a lot for this sharing important information on this.
Thanks to Mavis also.

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Janet Callaway ( August 17, 2011 at 10:07 PM

Meg, aloha. So glad you found the information helpful. Thx so much for letting me know. Come back soon to see what other information and tips Mavis has for you. Aloha. Janet
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Vinati August 16, 2011 at 1:53 PM

Tribber is really going to help new bloggers like me.I was checking through many blog sites and studying how to develop my blog and which type of content should I add to my blog so that users can pay interest on that.The Gurus like Mavis,Pam are really helping us with these new types of approaches.Get going..

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Janet Callaway ( August 17, 2011 at 10:09 PM

Vinati, aloha. Triberr will definitely help a new blogger. You are taking the right action by studying gurus like Mavis and learning what to do from them. Speaking from experience, I know Mavis is always willing to help out and to answer your questions.

Best of luck to you with your new blog. Aloha. Janet
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Ilka Flood August 16, 2011 at 6:08 PM

Hi Janet,

How wonderful to see you over here guest posting on Mavis’ blog while she’s enjoying a little time off.

Awesome information on Triberr! Although I have been a member for quite a few months you pointed out some cool stuff I didn’t know. So, I guess I will go back there and check them out. Thank you so much for pointing them out!

Have a wonderful week!

Ilka
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Janet Callaway ( August 17, 2011 at 10:11 PM

Ilka, aloha. Definitely you need to check out what is happening with Triberr because there is so much more than is contained in this post. In fact, for about the past week it seems that every day they are adding a new enhancement. The networking that I do within some of my tribes is phenomenal.

In coming over here to check on comments, I see that you too are helping Mavis out while she enjoys a well deserved vacation. Will be back to read and to comment on yours in a minute. Always love to hear from people have to say about Klout. Until later, aloha. Janet
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Bob August 17, 2011 at 4:14 AM

Hi Janet,
Thanks for the great information. I had heard about triberr but for some reason, didn’t check it out further. Your article will make me go there again. I appreciate the input and look forward to reading more articles from you.
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Janet Callaway ( August 17, 2011 at 10:12 PM

Bob, aloha. Delighted to hear this post motivted you to check out Triberr. It is a phenomenal service that can do great things for your blogs as well as building relationships and networking.

Wishing you a wonderful Triberr experience. Aloha. Janet
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zain from kays jewelers August 24, 2011 at 4:27 AM

We have discussed a lot Triberr in our friends gathering but did found such a features that have explained here. The one service in business make attraction and that is customer services.

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Janet Callaway ( August 26, 2011 at 4:36 AM

Zain, aloha. Triberr is a great service and its Customer Service is the best.

Thx for sharing your thoughts. Aloha. Janet
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Veronica from miami real estate August 24, 2011 at 2:38 PM

Hey Janet,
I remember reading about Triberr and even saw the ads somewhere but I’m still not well informed on Triberr so your post has refreshed my memories and I’m feeling more well informed. This is also the reason why I like visiting blogs. I always get to learn something new.

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Janet Callaway ( August 26, 2011 at 4:33 AM

Thx so much, Veronica; delighted you found this post helpful. You are so right that you learn so much by visiting the various blogs.

Do check back soon as Mavis always has plenty of good information to share.

Aloha. Janet
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martin brown from botox injections August 25, 2011 at 6:02 AM

I did not know about Triber and after knowing it now i am so very excited. I won’t be surprised if people start using it more often. You should spend some time making a connection before asking for anything. Do as much as you can for them before asking for anything.

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Laurie from Is It Down August 25, 2011 at 11:54 PM

Janet -

Like Klout, I knew a little bit about Triberr but wasn’t really sure exactly what it was or how it worked. Until now!! Thanks for this post, I feel like I know a lot more now and it was really easy to understand :)

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Nishadha September 2, 2011 at 10:20 AM

Thanks for this cool tips about how to use Triberr. I never knew about the naked stats things. But I don’t belong to a huge tribe so I guess it wont make much difference anyway.
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Mavis Nong September 9, 2011 at 7:34 AM

Aloha Janet,

Mahalo nui loa for this fantastic post on Triberr. I now have a better understanding than before. I’m also going to check out Pam Moore’s article.

I really appreciating you for looking after my blog/readers while I was away.

Have a splendid weekend, my friend! :)

A hui hou,
Mavis
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Ivin from RSS Syndication September 9, 2011 at 10:27 AM

Hello Janet. I’ve heard of Triberr but can’t get an invite. I even told Dino and his partner about it and they said ‘Oh well’. So for those using it, it’s great. For those who are not,… well. It feels like Triberr is for ‘closed’ blogging communities.

Can you get me an invite or do I have to scroll through the thousands of tribes to find one that will accept a call for invites. Only losers do that, and I am no loser.

Sorry, but that’s just my experience.
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Sonny Lanorias September 9, 2011 at 10:50 AM

Yo,

Haven’t heard of Triberr yet but sounds interesting. TribePro plus triberr would be a great tag team! Thanks for sharing this and would really love to get more readers on my blog. Awesome!

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Erika Harris September 9, 2011 at 6:01 PM

Hi Mavis,
Yes, I’ve heard of tribbr, but I’m not a member—yet. I would love have more people read my blog—- as soon as I get my scheduling together. (I’m still in beta form, too, and trying to wok out the kinks:-)
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Jenny March 3, 2012 at 12:26 PM

I haven’t heard about Triberr and would love to try this. I’ve been using twitter to share my newly updated post in my blog and think this would really help me. I’m gonna try it later. :)

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