Triberr

I recently got involved with Triberr and thus far have been very pleased with it. It has been a very useful tool for expanding my reach and for being exposed to some people who are quite interesting.  The link I provided and the video below provide a brief explanation about what it is. Thus far I have been impressed with the results not just because of the increase in traffic, although that has been nice.

Rather what I have appreciated the most is exactly what I wrote about above, the exposure to people that I think are quite interesting. Could I have met them another way? Sure, the blogosphere is a big place and I am always encountering people that I find to be quite interesting. But to do it in a way that is mutually beneficial such as this has been quite nice.

I am very curious to see where this leads.

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Comments

  1. Hopefully, Jack will agree with me on this.

    The best approach for those interested in Triberr is NOT what can your invite tribe do for you. The best approach is what you can contribute and build together with those tribespeople in
    your first triberr tribe.

    Triberr offers several things that dazzle and delight, but if you
    focus on building micro-communities, connecting with other bloggers
    (especially those that don’t share your particular niche or point of
    view), and curating people – you’ll do awesome.

    Detach yourself from personal interest, smart goals, and ambitious outcomes as you consider Triberr, those items will be served (beyond your imagination) if you demonstrate a servant heart.

  2. Hopefully, Jack will agree with me on this.

    The best approach for those interested in Triberr is NOT what can your invite tribe do for you. The best approach is what you can contribute and build together with those tribespeople in
    your first triberr tribe.

    Triberr offers several things that dazzle and delight, but if you
    focus on building micro-communities, connecting with other bloggers
    (especially those that don’t share your particular niche or point of
    view), and curating people – you’ll do awesome.

    Detach yourself from personal interest, smart goals, and ambitious outcomes as you consider Triberr, those items will be served (beyond your imagination) if you demonstrate a servant heart.

  3. I think I like it, seems kind of genius, really.

  4. Hey Jack…thnx for a great write up. I appreciate it all. The involvement and the feedback from beta testers like yourself and the write ups that are coming in on daily basis have been humbling. Thnx 🙂

  5. Hi! So I’m still torn. Obviously I would love increased traffic. Who wouldn’t? But I don’t like the idea of tweeting things I haven’t myself yet read or having my account full of too many RTs. Do you find it’s not like that? Are you 100% sure of what’s being tweeted from you or how often?

    • Hey Nina,

      I am offering you a challenge. Join Triberr for a 2 weeks and write about your experience, the good, the bad or the ugly. I will publish it on Triberr’s blog for the world to see (or even on my own blog which gets considerably more traffic- your choice)

      The mission is yours if you choose to accept it.

  6. Really interesting stuff. I’m going to have to look into this more.

  7. There’s always something new, isn’t there?

    Blogging and tweeting have exposed me to so many new people and reads.

    Like you, I love that!

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  1. […] March of 2011 I wrote a post about a new tool I was using to build my blog called Triberr.  In the early days we shared all of the posts our fellow tribesmen produced automagically and […]

  2. […] March of 2011 I wrote a post about a new tool I was using to build my blog called Triberr.  In the early days we shared all of the posts our fellow tribesmen produced automagically and […]

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