Build Your Blogging Tribe
Some of us are serious bloggers, compelled to show up every day and persecute people with our words. Others blog for personal pleasure, to document their lives or share with a close-knit group.
Whatever the reason for blogging, I have yet to meet a blogger who didn’t want more readers. What if it were as easy as a few clicks a day?
Triberr is a platform for bloggers to share each other’s posts across their various networks. Each tribe is set up by a moderator or chief, and the rules of the tribe are defined by its leader. Triberr members can follow as many tribes as they like, or they can petition to join a tribe.
With tribes on blogging, writing, reading, photography, travel and more, chances are good that you might find several tribes that interest you. Or, you can set up your own.
You don’t have to be a blogger to take advantage of Triberr. You can follow tribes and discover new blogs to read, blogs you may not find any other way.
I have joined one tribe so far. I share other tribe members’ posts on Twitter every day, usually with a teaser of my own. I can also approve all posts from another tribe member, and they will automatically post to my Twitter and Facebook feeds without more effort from me. It’s easy. It takes almost no time. And, it has been a great place to network with people beyond my own blogging community and expand my reach.
If you want to find new readers, I highly recommend Triberr. It’s new. It’s early. Now is the time to join a tribe.
In other bloggity news, I am slowly – VERY SLOWLY – updating my list of links to other blogs. If you see yourself there, please make sure you appear as you would like. If you do not, please be patient. I am adding links for my most interactive community members a few at a time, and I will get to you.