Are you looking for ways to have your business blog produce more in the way of traffic and user engagement? Then you might want to examine whether or not Triberr is for you. What’s Triberr, you ask?
Triberr is a newish social network for bloggers, whose main goal is to help you share your excellent content and that of others in your “Tribes”. Tribes are basically groups of bloggers that are actively producing content within the same market or niche and have joined together. When you create new content, it is shared with other Tribe members via the Triberr feed, and they have the ability to comment and share it to their readers and social networks, which include Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
What else can Triberr do for you?
Are you continually searching out great content to share? Triberr makes this simple, since you can easily with one click reblog content directly onto your blog. Likely the easiest form of content curation out there. This can also work in the opposite direction, as well, where you’re in effect getting a guest post on someone else’s popular blog!
Also, there is the matter of a nice influx of traffic to your blog. If you’re a small business blogger, this would mean more visitors and due to the nature of this traffic, more engagement also.
Starting with Triberr
First, start by joining Triberr here. It is free. Once you have your account set up, you’ll need to start joining tribes, sharing other people’s content, creating great content of yours for others to share. This can happen very quickly, but the first step is getting there and to start looking for tribes you’d like to join.
You can also monetize Triberr through what they call the “Influencer Marketing Platform”. This is where you can be an online spokesman for a brand and earn money from it.
Triberr at this writing has in excess of 50,000 tribes and over 2 million visitors per month sent to its members’ blogs.
If you’re wanting to energize your business blog and realize a targeted influx of traffic and engagement, you really need to take a close look at joining up with Triberr.