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.
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.
Are you a Triberr user?
If you are a member, what’s your experience with the network?