Day by day, Triberr is turning out to be a must-use content curation tool for bloggers and small business marketers.
Well, I tried several times but I just couldn't resist from using this platform because it's such a great source of traffic.
[tweet_box design=”box_09″]Triberr will multiply your reach and help you get dozens of influential shares. [/tweet_box]
So what is in it for you? You can learn, engage, share contents of other bloggers and build a strong bond of relationship that turns into their assistance to promote your own contents.
As I was thinking about it's potential and how it helped me amplify my contents, I decided to put together an expert roundup this April where I asked 25 top Triberr users:
What's your best advice to be successful on Triberr?
That post was relatively long (about 5000 words), so I decided to pick up the key takeaways and convert them into an Infographic. Here it is:
Triberr video tutorial
One of the the 25 tips comes from Ms. Ileane. Her tip is about setting up your RSS feed correctly (see tip #19 on the Infographic). Using the correct feed on your profile and settings is critical, especially if you have more than one blog. In this video, Ms. Ileane demonstrates How to Set Up Your RSS Feed in Triberr.
Triberr has great potential. By using it, you can engage with large groups of influential bloggers, build connections and get helps to your side.
So what I will advise you is: Join the platform if you're not already a member, then implement the tips given by these expert users and you can effectively amplify your contents reach and shares.
- How to Use Triberr to Amplify Content, Earn Trust and Grow Social Media Community by Pam Moore
- Bad Chief, Bad Tribe. How to Get More Shares on Triberr by Ralph M. Rivera
- How to Build a Following on Triberr by Dino Dogan
- Triberr: Your Step by Step Guide to Being Heard by Ana Hoffman
- Top 50 Triberr Blogs of 2014 by Brent Carnduff