4 Tips For Driving Serious Blog Traffic Through Triberr

“Where are my readers?”

If you’re sick of writing for an audience of crickets this post is for you.

Bloggers need: targeted traffic, well-written, targeted posts and blogger alliances which expand their presence quickly.

I’ve found a neat community where you can satisfy 2 of these needs – if not the third – to promote your blog’s success.

The meeting spot is called Triberr.

How to increase blog traffic through Triberr(Image courtesy of africa / FreeDigitalPhotos.net)

Triberr is the creation of Dino Dogan. He’s built an engaging, active community of authority bloggers. Each tribe, or collection of like-minded bloggers, centers on some specific niche.

Tribe-mates populate the tribe’s feed with their respective RSS feeds. Tribe members can pop in, share posts on sites like twitter at the click of a mouse, and post comments to relevant feed updates.

You can also share posts to LinkedIn and Facebook. Sharing is done on auto-pilot, if you wish.

You may be wondering how to increase your blog traffic through Triberr. Let’s start with some benefits.

Triberr helps you:

  • Attract blog traffic quickly through Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn
  • Develop friendships with authority bloggers from your niche
  • Become inspired with a slew of blog post ideas

Triberr provides the intelligent tribe member with these juicy benefits.

Intelligent tribe members follow these 4 tips.

Hang in the Right Spots

I run a blogging tips blog. So I better join tribes related to blogging tips. Relevant content is more likely to be shared by interested tribe mates. Use the search field to find blogs relevant to your niche.

Targeted traffic grows your blogging business. Establishing friendships with authority niche bloggers grows your blogging business. Join only relevant tribes to move into effective action.

Joining as many tribes as humanly possible will not promote your blogging success. Being active in as many relevant tribes as possible will help you rock it out on the network.

Actively Share Other Blogger’s Posts

The Golden Rule applies nicely on Triberr. If you want 10, 20, 50 or 100 other tribe mates to retweet your latest post share as much niche-related content as possible. Don’t worry about stuffing the stream; Triberr gives you the option to share updates from every 15 minutes to every few days.

Generous bloggers get the most out of Triberr.  Many grateful bloggers will freely return the kind act by retweeting your latest post. As this number of grateful bloggers grows your blog traffic will jump….quickly!

Comment on Triberr Blog Updates

How do you get invited into a high number of relevant tribes? Share people’s content and comment freely on Triberr updates. Social Triberr users get on the radar. By commenting, asking questions and sharing answers you can quickly form bonds with other users.

Tribe invitations will flow in freely to the generous, social Triberr member. Comment on 3 to 5 Triberr updates daily to build your reputation and leverage your presence.

You Need to Pay to Play

You don’t necessarily need to pay money to reap benefits from Triberr but you’ll need to spend your time working the tribe to see positive results.

Publish blog posts 1 to 3 times each week – or more, if you’re feeling inspired – and comment on 3 to 5 posts daily to pay your dues. Triberr is a free platform unless you purchase the premium membership option, but you’ll be paying your dues by spending your time and energy on the platform.

It takes time to build up a rep on this network. Patiently share your posts to relevant tribes. Comment persistently. Active tribe members gain invites into new tribes and inspire other members to share their posts freely.

Active users get the most out of Triberr. You can’t expect to pop in once a week to share a few posts and see any real benefit from the network. Comment, share other people’s posts aggressively and don’t forget to publish 1 to 3 relevant, informative posts each week to boost your blog traffic through Triberr.

Your Turn

Are you a Triberr user?

If you are a member, what’s your experience with the network?


Written by

Catherine Holt is the founder of Blogging Tips 101. She has been an internet marketer since 2012. Connect with her on Twitter, Facebook, Google and Pinterest.

18 Responses to “4 Tips For Driving Serious Blog Traffic Through Triberr”

written by Ryan Biddulph On 6 August 2014 Reply

Hi Catherine,

Power points here. Triberr is my favorite meeting space, both for building relationships and driving traffic. The secret is to hang in targeted, active tribes.

Good tribes are run by active chiefs. I stop in each day to share content, leave comments and to respond to comments made on my blog posts.

This engagement drips down to my tribe mates. You’ve been active right off of the bat Catherine which is awesome. Hit the ground running and you’ll stand out on Triberr or on any network for that matter.

Share freely, comment on updates and maintain a daily presence on Triberr to get the most out of the network.

Some chiefs are real task masters. If you’re not actively sharing content they’ll boot you out. I’m not this strict but I do understand why some community heads only allow active tribe members to stay in the group.

Thanks for the smart share Catherine.

Tweeting in a bit.


written by Catherine Holt On 6 August 2014 Reply

Thanks Ryan.

Triberr is certainly a new platform for me, but I am enjoying getting involved and meeting new people. Loving being part of your tribe too ;-)

Like any platform, the more you put in, the more you will get out of it. Engagement wont just happen, you have to make it happen. Consistency is vital.

Thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts ;-)

written by Joan Harrington On 7 August 2014 Reply

Hi Catherine!
Love your post! Tons of awesome value :) It is my first time here and I am loving it!! I found you on Google plus and I am definately coming back! Great stuff here! Blogging is my passion!!!

I will have to check out Triberr, thanks for the tips :)

written by Catherine Holt On 7 August 2014 Reply

That’s awesome Joan, I am glad you found us and enjoy it here. Hope to see more of you :-)

Yes go and check Triberr out. It’s a great way to connect with others, and as you have a passion for blogging, I’m sure you will absolutely love it. Hope to see you there too!!

written by Andrew M. Warner On 7 August 2014 Reply

Hey Catherine,

Great post. Even though I signed up for Triberr a while back, I didn’t truly get the hang of it until recently. Actually it was a post that Adam Connell write that helped me understand it and start using it – and now I make it a habit to go on here every day and check out the posts that some people are writing.

I’m only sorry that I wasn’t able to get the hang of this whole thing sooner because I really enjoy it.

Creating engagement and building relationships is what it’s all about and that’s something that you constantly have to do with Triberr … steadily build those relationships and share those posts and you’ll get invited to various tribes.

Great share Catherine, keep it up. Will be sharing this shortly.

- Andrew

written by Catherine Holt On 7 August 2014 Reply

That’s great Andrew. I have only signed up recently too, but it really is a great platform. Don’t worry about what you should have done in the past, instead concentrate on what you are going to do in the future. We cant turn back the clock so there is no point in dwelling on it!

Triberr certainly forces you to be engaging if you want to see success with the platform. For those bloggers that find this difficult, it is a great way to really get stuck in!

Thanks for sharing your thoughts with us :-)

written by Jagbir Sandhu On 7 August 2014 Reply

Awesome post Catherine. Thank you for discussing all the steps so nicely that helped me a lot. Thanks for the valuable tips, learned a lot. Really Informative Post

Jagbir Sandhu

written by Catherine Holt On 7 August 2014 Reply

Thanks Jagbir, I’m glad you found it helpful. Please stop by our other posts to pick up some more great ideas ;-)

written by Swapnadip Chakraborty On 9 August 2014 Reply

Hi Catherine,

As you have promised me in your former post that you would write on Triberr. I am glad that you have kept your promise.

From what I can perceive, Triberr is a great platform to attract traffic to your blog. Thank you for letting us know about it. I will surely sign up on Triberr.

Thanks & Regards,

written by Catherine Holt On 10 August 2014 Reply

I like to keep my promises Swapnadip :-)

Tribber is certainly a platform that you can benefit greatly from, but like most things you will get out what you put in. If you are prepared to work at the engagement, share other’s posts, comment on their blogs etc, then you will see the benefits. It is however important to remember that these things need to be undertaken without seeing immediate reward as the focus needs to be on building connections first. But once that is done, the efforts will be worth while.

Hope to see you on Triberr :-)

written by Sylviane Nuccio On 15 August 2014 Reply

Hi Catherine,

I will definitely bookmark this post.

Triberr is still a bit of a mystery to me :) and I’ve yet not taken the needed time to learn it thoroughly, so any post about how to improve my use of this site is welcome.

Thanks and have a great day!

written by Catherine Holt On 16 August 2014 Reply

That’s great Sylviane. I think the more you get stuck into it, the easier it will become. I am new to it myself, but I’ve found that just jumping in and connecting with people is the way to go. There will always be things to learn, and we all have to start somewhere. The fact that you are on the platform is a really great start :-)

Thanks for stopping by, and enjoy your weekend :-)

written by donna merrill On 19 August 2014 Reply

Hi Catherine,

I just read about you on Sylviane’s blog and had to come over! Yes, I was on Triberr for a while, but had to take a break. I’m in “production mode” and also focusing on marketing which is taking me more time.

When things start settling down, I will be getting back on Triberr. It is a great way to boost readership and relationships. Plus the Tribes are wonderful. I seen a lot of changes since I left and this is giving me the bug to get back on it again.


written by Catherine Holt On 19 August 2014 Reply

Welcome Donna, I’m so glad you popped by. It was such a surprise to be featured on Sylviane’s blog, certainly a way to put a smile on the face :-)

Triberr is a great platform, but you have to be able to put the time into it to maximize it’s benefits. It’s like most things, you get out what you put in. If you have a lot of other things going on at the moment, then it sounds like a good idea to take a step back and come back when you have the time to commit to it. No-one wants to be seen as an ‘inactive’ tribe member.

As a new member myself, I don’t know the old Triberr, but IO am certainly enjoying it and loving the new connections that it is bringing.

Thanks for heading over from Sylviane and I hope we see you here again soon ;-)

written by Gladys On 19 August 2014 Reply

Hello Ms. Catherine
I trust you are well.

Just popped over from Ms. Sylviane’s blog.
I have to confess that I started a while back on Triberr, but did not put the effort that is needed to reap the benefits.

Hopefully I will find the time to work it!

written by Catherine Holt On 19 August 2014 Reply

Welcome Gladys, thanks for popping over from Sylvianne :-)

Triberr can be a great platform to meet some awesome new bloggers and build connections. When I say “can”, it’s because it does require a lot of time to get going (especially to begin with). It is one of those things that you need to be seen, be engaging, and sharing others content without necessarily expecting anything in return. Over time, however you will start to become noticed and it is then that the rewards will come. Reap and sow!

If you find the time to be able to pop back I’m sure you would really enjoy the platform. Hopefully see you there at some point!

Thanks for taking the time to stop by and leave a comment. Have an awesome week!

written by Emebu On 20 August 2014 Reply

Hi Catherine, I followed your link from Sylvianne’s blog.
This is an awesome post I must say. I have not heard of triberr before, I am hearing it for the first time.
Thank you for detailed discussion of all the steps that will help me and others. I am very happy I visited your blog.

written by Catherine Holt On 20 August 2014 Reply

Ah, great to see you popping over from Sylvianne Emebu.

Oh you should really check out Triberr if you love engaging with others. It’s the entire basis of the platform and is a great way to generate more traffic and build close relationships with other bloggers. It’s a positive and buzzing community :-)

Thanks for taking the time to head on over and share a comment with us :-)

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