Have you decided you’re ready to join Triberr, but are unsure how to get started? Then this guide is for you.
To get started, point your browser to www.triberr.com
This is the Triberr home page. What you are looking at, are some of the hottest posts that have gone out lately on Triberr. They are the “most popular” if you will, based on shares, comments and the like.
If you click around on those tabs you will also be able to view the newest posts imported as well as the ones that are rising and may at some point become “hot”.
On the right side of the screen you see live conversations taking place. These are comments people are leaving on posts.
But you’re here to get started, so let’s do that. At the top of the screen you will see this:
Let’s go ahead and click that. We get a popup registration form. Fill it out and click the big green button to sign up. (It’s FREE!)
And you are complete. Now it’s time to connect you twitter account. While triberr does work with the other two logins, the main method for Triberr users to share is Twitter. Connecting Twitter is the quickest way to get started.
Connecting Your Twitter Account
Go ahead and click the twitter login button. If you aren’t signed into twitter you will need to do that, if you are already signed into twitter it will automatically connect that count and you will be taken to this screen:
You are now looking at your tribal stream. When you have joined a tribe, this is where the posts you will need to approve will be as they come in.
At this point you will probably want to check out your settings because we need to set up your blog rss or nobody will be sharing your stuff. Settings are located under Account in the upper right corner.
Go ahead and click it and you will land on the settings page.
Now we are going to switch over to my non-testing account to my real Triberr account. P.S. You are only allowed a single Triberr account. Multiple twitter and RSS feeds can be connected to a single Triberr account. More than one Triberr account is against Triberr’s TOS and can be cause for immediate removal.
Alright here we are on the settings page.
You need to fill out this info, so you have a complete profile. It will also be easier for people to invite you to their tribe if they can find you and see what you blog about, etc. So here’s where you’ll have your full name (not your blog name!). You can create a triberr user name and this will be how people will find you on triberr. (http://www.triberr.com/nicole.cook)
I’m In. I’m Now an official Triberr member, now what?
Sit back, write quality blog posts, and Triberr will help you maximize your audience and become part of an amazing community of bloggers. Eventually in your twitter mentions, you will begin to notice other people, some you might not even know or connect to on Twitter, will begin tweeting your blog posts. At this point, what you need to realize is that, Tribemate A has tweeted your post, so every follower that tribemate A has, is seeing that tweet, which is about YOUR blog post.
Imagine if you are in a tribe that has 10 members, and each member tweets your blog post – that’s 9 people tweeting your blog posts beside yourself. And every single twitter user that is following that person will see your tweet. Lots more exposure. My stats jumped my very first day on Triberr.
Let’s do a math lesson real quick, just to show you the numbers, since everyone is so into the numbers game. If you join a tribe of ten, there are nine people (besides you) that will be tweeting every blog post you write from that point. Let’s say that each of those tribe mates have at least 100 followers. (some have thousands, so I’m using a really low # here.) Nine people, tweeting your blog post x 100 followers each – That’s 900 people that have the potential to see your post! Imagine the increase in traffic if you are writing quality, entertaining posts with catchy titles. Yep, it’s going to be good!
There are plenty more user guides, tutorials and answers to your frequently asked questions on this site. Be sure to check them out.