Why Bloggers Should Be On Triberr

I joined triberr and was confused almost right away. I can tell how many others instantly got in the same boat. Once you figure out what to do, it’s an awesome website; it has already done such a wonderful job getting people to this blog.

First let’s talk a little bit about Triberr and why you should be on it.

Triberr: Extending my blog’s blade.

Triberr is a website that pools people into a group for one purpose – tweeting the group’s blog post. Usually if I tweet my blog on twitter I get 5-6 views, which at the time sounded pretty high. Now with Triberr, the same link gets tweeted by 7-10 other people resulting in 80 views. The first day I saw this, I was incredibly impressed. The only other time I had that many visitor’s was when I was investigating art theft, but that’s another blog post.

Triberr is great a great concept to getting more readers and followers. Oh, and for you Klout fans out there, the first week you start this you will see an amazing spike in your klout score.

I also suggest getting an invite first, since it’s free to join a tribe this way. Otherwise you have to use your fictional “bones”(the currency of Triberr) to join tribes and they can disappear quickly. If you want to create you’re own tribe, you need every bone to invite people within the Triberr community. Just send me a DM on twitter and I’ll send you an invite. Don’t just make an account and try to figure things oiut. Be patient and someone will invite you and hopefully show you the ropes.

Getting Started: The easy way.

Triberr has lots of tutorials on getting started. I think they know some people find it daunting at first glance and have tried to help them ease the pain, but have not succeeded. I googled how to get started and found a very helpful guide but the problem was, I didn’t know where to get the information. These are the two thing you need to setup: your rss feed and your twitter account.

Here’s one way to get your rss feed link:
1) Open your homepage on your blog in a window or tab.
2) Go to view (both on MAC and PC) on your toolbar above and then look for “Source” or “Page Source” option. On a Mac go to View >; Developer >; View Source .
3) A window with html should come up and then after your search for “rss”, you’ll find this ( link rel=”alternate” type=”application/rss+xml” title=”lverawrites » Feed” href=”http://lverawrites.wordpress.com/feed/” )
4) http://lverawrites.wordpress.com/feed/ is my RSS feed.

Another easy way:
If you use one of these blogging website:
wordpress: http://domain.com/feed/ or http://domain.com/?feed=rss
blogger: domain.blogspot.com/rss.xml
livejournal: http://domain.livejournal.com/data/rss

You can test this out by manually importing you RSS feed on Triberr.
1) Log on to Triberr
2) Click on your icon on the top right and go to your settings.
3) Then click on your blog settings. You should see this.

4) Click on Manually Import and it will import all your post into Triberr. If you are also impatient, this will push the post into your stream faster.

Setting up twitter: Let’s tweet this Blog.

If you look at the same picture above you’ll notice right above Blog Settings is Twitter Settings. Just add your twitter handle and password and your done. This is a lot easier then setting up your rss feed and I think that’s where many people give up at.

Now we are ready to rock Triberr.

Let’s tear this place apart.

Join a tribe. Mine’s called Madmen / Madwomen and I’m looking for bloggers in the more creative, darker and unusual blogsphere. Of course if you still want to join my tribe just remember we may post adult type content, but you always have the choice to not tweet it.

Make your own tribe and invite people you think will help you out. It’s exciting to see people actually visitng your blog regularly and many times you just need a little boost. Thanks Triberr.

So that’s Triberr in a nutshell and hopefully it should get you on your way. Please feel free to ask me any questions. I try to respond to everyone everywhere. 🙂

– L. Vera

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  1. hey Luis,

    Thnx so much for sticking with Triberr 🙂

    I love that you’re finding it useful, and if you ever need any help, hit me up on Bonfires 🙂

    Founder of Triberr

    • It’s incredibly useful and most of our traffic is from those tweets. I just wish bones were easier to come by. 🙂

      • They will be. We’re working on that. 🙂

      • Can’t wait. Btw, I hate to bring this up but I always have problems inviting people. Is that a known issue?

      • It shouldnt be an issue. If it is, we want to know about it. Light a fire with the deets in the Bonfire area, and we’ll investigate.

      • cool. Stay awesome Dino.

  2. I happen to be in your tribe, and I love it! i don’t tweet everything, mind you, because I want to maintain a careful balance, but I tweet what I think my folowers will find interesting….you know what? I HAD to tweet this post. Well done!

    • thanks. Yeah, I try not to tweet anything, but now that I’m pushing more post then usually I feel obligated. 🙂

      • I think it’s important to be able to tweet blog posts that fit…and most of the time, it’s a no brainer, as there are a lot of really great bloggers here. The same goes back this way. If one of my posts doesn’t fit your audience don’t feel obligated to tweet mine, please. I only post about once per week even though I try to logon to triberr every day. I like to read the posts too, so if it interests me, I definitely tweet it.

  3. Thanks for the layout! I am on Triberr but have to say I got frustrated with trying tutorials and the time involved in learning Triberr. I’m not sure what the Bones thing is or Bonfire, but do use it for tweeting and like the results. Would like to get into another tribe so guess will need to figure more of this out! thanks again. 🙂

    • I’ll go more in depth with triberr later this week. Stay tuned.

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