The Trials and Tribulations of Triberr

Look Into My Eyes, Deep Into My Eyes..

Look Into My Eyes, Deep Into My Eyes..

Some of the fine people that frequent this joint have asked me to provide them with information about blogging and Triberr. Since I have written about both I thought it might be useful to provide a collection of post for your perusal.

The 21 links below is not inclusive of all of the posts I have written on these topics but it is enough to give you a pretty good start on things and not wreck the ebook that hasn’t come out yet.

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  1. Jens P. Berget March 11, 2013 at 9:19 pm

    I am still thinking about whether I should start paying for Triberr or not. What about you Jack, are you going to pay or keep using the free version?

  2. Frank Strong March 11, 2013 at 9:00 am

    So, Jack, is this a test of sorts? I remember reading “87 Triberr Tricks You Never Tried Twice” when it was first posted.

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