You may have seen it, or you may have heard someone talking about it, but you’re still wondering what the big deal is. Perhaps you’ve never even heard of Triberr. I would say that’s a real shame, but you’re reading this, so you’ve come to find out more. Triberr is known as the ‘Reach Multiplier’. Triberr’s goal is to help bloggers get more ‘eyeballs on their content’.
Triberr believes in:
Strength In Numbers
tribe (trahyb) -n. 1. any aggregate of people united by ties of descent from a common ancestor, community of customs and traditions, adherence to the same leaders, etc. 2. a group of bloggers sharing each others content
Triberr (tri-bur) -n. 1. a platform to build tribes
What Triberr Is
Triberr is a community full of all types of bloggers on any subject matter or topic of all levels and experience, who join together in groups, known as tribes. Most tribes have a niche, meaning everyone in the tribe should blog about the same topics or similar topics. Each tribe member tweets other members blog posts easily with a click of a button to approve the post to send out to their twitter followers. The tweet then gets 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 in your niche, network with bloggers of all levels and styles and a way to help others, while they help spread the word about you. What Triberr really is, is a community, a place to gather with like minded bloggers, get support and advice and establish both friendships and relationships to further your role as a blogger.
What Triberr Isn’t
Triberr is not a place for general websites. It is designed to be used with an RSS feed which in most cases, is found only from blogs. Triberr works with most blogging platforms including blogger, wordpress.com and some of the other free blogging sites. As long as your blog has a working RSS feed Triberr should be able to pick it up and import posts.
Triberr is not for sites that have more than 10 writers blogging for them like Examiner.com, Helium.com, Ezines.com, Gather.Com and so on.
Yahoo Pipes is not supported at all by Triberr. If an RSS feed is not working accurately before being added to Triberr it will not work there either.
Now that you have a little background information on Triberr, and understand what it is used for, we hope you’ll sign up today and start your own tribe.