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Amberr Meadows says
March 21, 2012 at 9:54 am
Triberr has been the most valuable tool EVER.
Peg Fitzpatrick says
March 21, 2012 at 10:22 am
I agree Amberr combined with the network of friends I have online it has been amazing. Since I had it since day one, I don’t have a comparison without it but I know that it has made a huge difference for me.
Luftig Warren says
March 21, 2012 at 12:21 pm
Are there certain tribes you can or should join on Triberr?
March 21, 2012 at 12:40 pm
There is a lot of detailed information about Triberr and tribes. Here is a post by Amberr (who commented above) https://vsb.li/6x6x4o. There are many different tribes, you need to be invited into tribes and there isn’t one set way that it works for anyone. I would suggest looking for bloggers who write similar content and see if they are on Triberr already. You can join Triberr and look for tribes once you join.
March 22, 2012 at 11:26 am
Great, Peg. Thanks for the tips! I’ve joined one Tribe and have already gotten some RT’s from one of the members. I’ll look for some others to join. Cheers!
March 22, 2012 at 11:28 am
That is great!! I wish you a lot of success.
Dino Dogan says
March 21, 2012 at 3:47 pm
Thnx Amberr. You rock 🙂
Brian Vickery says
March 21, 2012 at 2:36 pm
I’m with both you and Amberr – Triberr is fantastic. Not gonna lie, I was sitting at an annoyingly long light…and I scanned a couple blog posts in my Tribe, and scheduled in Triberr. I probably visit it 3-4 times per day to schedule out with the goal to not have an author go twice in a row (like 12 Most for example). I’ve also appreciated the reciprocity and genuine camaraderie that has developed as a result of both Triberr and the 12 Most group in general.
I’m also a big Buffer fan. I was waiting in a parking lot, so I quickly pull up my Google Reader on the iPhone…read several good articles…and then use Buffer to space those goodies throughout the day on several different profiles where I curate content.
And I definitely like to come up with Headlines…I especially work on the 12 Most ones. Had one called 12 Most Obvious Reasons I Suck at Sales…and the 12 Most Transcendent Truths about Tim Tebow. Gotta love the good use of great adjectives!
March 21, 2012 at 3:46 pm
Hi Brian, thats an awesome anecdote. Thank you for sharing it 🙂
Susan Silver says
Stumbleupon is my new favorite. I am seeking ways to use it better, Unfortunately the people I am following their aren’t very active. I have been reading up on how to use it better.
March 21, 2012 at 6:38 pm
There is lots to learn there Susan! I am still getting readjusted after their last change. I used to use the su.pr bookmarklet all the time but it is very glitchy now. When you can get things moving on StumbleUpon, they really get moving!
March 22, 2012 at 4:09 am
Great advice! I also find that interacting on twitter helps a lot. At least at the beginning. Also article directories like Ezine or Squido can help, and reddit is valuable too.
March 22, 2012 at 8:14 am
I 100% agree with interacting on Twitter as well! Sometimes people comment on things in a tweet instead of on the blog and that it cool too!
I have not heard of Ezone and haven’t hit Reddit or Squidoo yet. So many platforms! How do you use Squidoo?
Bruce Sallan says
March 22, 2012 at 11:01 am
Hey Peg, all I care about is that YOU come to my blog/website! I’ve found adding images is a great tool and often inspires other thoughts for the column I’ve written. Putting them throughout my posts also breaks it up and makes the longer ones appear easier to read. Since I write mostly in the 800-1000 word range (the length my column requires for the papers I write for), it breaks the 500-word limit some people think is enough. Sub-headings and images just help it out!
March 22, 2012 at 11:27 am
Really? Your whole blog is for me? Awesome! Great tips on images and sub-headings. It need to create a little formula and work with it. I don’t even know what my average post length is, oops! There is a lot to learn and work with when you are blogging. I think the key, as with everything, is doing what works for you and your blog.I am always out to learn more!
Kenna Griffin says
March 22, 2012 at 12:31 pm
I love this post, Peg. It helps me understand that I’m on the right track. I don’t, however, get a lot of traffic from StumbleUpon. Advice?
March 22, 2012 at 2:36 pm
I think that you need to Stumble frequently to get traction. If you take a break, it seems to slow down. It is definitely an art not a science! When you Stumble a post, are you going back and sharing from Stumble when you reshare?
I am also encouraging Triberr friends to Stumble as well. It just takes a second more when you are approving things.Stumble slowed for me when they updated recently, hoping it picks back up. I am balancing that with some Pinterest activity.
Kathy Steele says
March 24, 2012 at 8:02 pm
Hi Peg – great post! I find the best content in my tribes on Triberr, and your “headline” sucked me in. Keep up the great content.
March 26, 2012 at 10:11 am
Great Kathy! I put some pressure on myself for a good title but they really do mean everything on Twitter. We see so many things each day and have many choices to view. Thanks for stopping by and commenting. 🙂
March 25, 2012 at 8:04 pm
This is a great post Peg! I’m sharing it for the second time. It’s a great reminder of the things we need to be doing everyday to grow our blogs. Thanks!
March 26, 2012 at 10:12 am
Thanks Lois! So appreciate your support.