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Triberr Getting Started And Beginners Guide

Triberr Beginners Guide – How To Grow Your Influence

Triberr is all about social blogging and social media. It is bloggers helping bloggers, to get their articles and posts seen, via Tribes and Social Media Channels.

Tribes are to put it simply, groups. Like-minded individuals who just like you and I are looking for engagement to the articles that we create and share. Looking to bring in traffic, produce better search results and ultimately to grow our business, sell a product or continue to build a brand.And to ultimately become a Social Influencer.

Finding relevant niche tribes, however, can be a little tricky especially when you are just starting out with Triberr. 

But worry not my Triberr Beginners Guide will help you get past the roadblocks ahead.

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Beginners Guide To Finding Tribes Via Bonfires

If you already know bloggers on Triberr then you can obviously just follow and join their tribes. If however you just joining the site having found it via search results, social media or this article then the best way to get started is to just search for relevant Tribes within your niche.

Steps To Finding Tribes

  1. Login to your Triberr Account and locate the Bonfires tab at the very top of your page. Click, this will take you to the Bonfires search page.
  2. Locate the “Looking For Tribes” Tab. 
  3. Create a short but detailed post explaining the type of blogger/article writer you are, the niche market that your content relates and some background information about yourself. Give it a title that relates to the niche that you are looking for so for example “Looking for Social Media Tribes” or “Looking for Content Curation Tribes”
  4. Then you wait… BE PATIENT!

You can go through exactly the same process to find guest blogging opportunities but rather than selecting “Looking For Tribes”  selectLooking For Guest Posts then continue with steps 3 and 4.

What will happen is that Tribe Owners or Chiefs as they are known will contact you and invite you to their Tribe or Tribes

Why? because as we mentioned at the start Tribes are groups of like-minded bloggers who are looking for the same as you. You reach out to the type of members that you are looking to connect with and you wait for them to contact you.

While you wait it is probably a good idea to Follow some Tribes in the hope that you get noticed and get an invite to join those tribes as well.

You will need to go into social media engagement mode social sharing across the supported social media platforms and making relevant comments that not just answer a topic but also ask questions.

You’re looking to build a conversation and get interaction and engagement to show the Chief that you will be a beneficial Tribemate. Hopefully, your helpfulness and knowledgeable engagement will earn you an invite to your chosen tribe.

[tweetthis display_mode=”button_link”]Starting Your Own Triberr Tribe is easy! Here is a quick #HowTo guide to growing your social influence with Triberr RT@dexterroona @obiindy #socialmedia #blogging #marketing[/tweetthis] Starting Your Own Triberr Tribe is easy!

While you are waiting to get your invites you can get started with creating your own Tribe.

Go to the Tribes Tab and click the New Tribe box and follow the prompts.

Add some content to your new tribe like the last couple of posts that you have made on your blog. Just something for new followers to engage with.

Then it is time to get busy promoting. Head over to Bonfires and make a post about your new tribe and invite members to join. Keep it short but targeted to your niche market.

Then hit your social media accounts, Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus. Tell your followers about your tribe. Your new followers can then read your content and engage and social share it. If you then promote followers to members they can then start their own posts within your Tribe

InfoBunny Pro Tip

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There is a free WordPress Plugin that you can employ that will syndicate the new content that you create directly into your Tribe with no fear of SEO duplicate content issues arising because the syndication is time stamped and backlinked to the original

You can download it Here.

Here is a screen capture of my Triberr InfoBunny Tribe after the plugin has added this article to my Tribe

Triberr Beginners Guide - Triberr InfoBunny Post Made By The Triberr WordPress Plugin



You will need to put some effort with Triberr in building up followers and members. But with only a small number your shares and comments, your articles will see a huge upturn.

Why? Because Triberr is about building Tribes. Groups of people who all want the same thing and as a Tribe, they help each other.

Triberr Beginners Guide

Now it is over to you. Are you on Triberr?

Did you find this Triberr beginners Guide useful?

Let me know in the comments section below.

To your continued success

regards Dexter Roona

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12 Responses

  1. Don
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    Hey Dexter, I too l have never heard of Triberr until it was shared on FB. I am always searching for ways to reach a new audience. I will be checking it out today. See you inside.
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    • Dexter Roona

      Thanks Don perhaps i will see you following my InfoBunny Tribe 😉

  2. Monna Ellithorpe
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    Hi Dexter,
    Thanks for sharing this information. I’ve heard of it but have never check into it. I will be doing that.

    Have a great evening. Monna
    Monna Ellithorpe recently posted…2014 Memorial Day Tribute To All Brave SoldiersMy Profile

  3. Dexter Roona
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    Thanks Monna it is worth it, just follow my guide and stick with it and the WordPress Plugin is a great help.
    Dexter Roona recently posted…Social Media Strategies – Re-Thinking And ExpandingMy Profile

  4. Lesly Federici
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    I am a firm believer in tribes… a community of like minded individuals… I have heard of Triberr, but honestly it looked to complicated LOL! But a good resource for sure … thanks!
    Lesly Federici recently posted…Humpty Dumpty Sat On A WallMy Profile

  5. Dexter Roona
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    Lesly yeah tribes are great, anything that helps bloggers is great in my opinion, like you i have set pages up also that help, i have the Google Plus Engagement Community and Page and also my Google Plus Engagement Blog Club community and page.
    Regards Dexter
    Dexter Roona recently posted…Social Media Strategies – Re-Thinking And ExpandingMy Profile

  6. Dexter Roona
    | Reply

    Thanks Ryan im just starting out really but seeing great potential
    Dexter Roona recently posted…Social Media Strategies – Re-Thinking And ExpandingMy Profile

  7. Rachel Lavern@Online Biz Boomer Babe
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    I am a Triberr member; however, I have not had time to really discover how best to use it. I will bookmark this page so that I can return later.
    Rachel Lavern@Online Biz Boomer Babe recently posted…30-Minute Social Media StrategyMy Profile

  8. Dexter Roona
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    Thanks Rachel i appreciate that 😉
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  9. Raymond
    | Reply

    This is the info I was looking for.
    I am certainly going to give it a try.

  10. qasim
    | Reply

    Hi Dexter,

    Haven’t tried Triberr before, it seems it became popular after I stopped blogging the first time. Will start using it and let you know how it works for me. Thanks for sharing.

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