Sunday, November 27, 2011

Did Triberr Give Me Klout?

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What is Triberr?

Triberr was created by Dino Dogan and Dan Cristo.  For the "mom and pop" or new blogger it is a great tool to increase reach on Twitter and exposure to your blog.

For Triberr to benefit you, you must have a blog that you post on regularly and also have an account on Twitter.

To join Triberr you would receive an invitation, which will be sent to you via direct message on Twitter by somebody you know.

To Find Out More About Triberr Click Here!
How Has Triberr Helped Me?

I was invited to Triberr at the end of August 2011, however I wasn't blogging due to an illness. 

At the time the tweets were automated so it looked like I was somewhat active on Twitter!  This feature is no longer available at this time. Once I returned and started blogging again I began to see all the benefits of using Triberr.

Each time I wrote a post on my blog my "Tribe" members were tweeting them and of course I was doing the same for them.  I created my own "Tribe" and joined other "Tribes" too.  My Twitter reach began to increase.

I control which posts I would like to tweet out and before deciding on joining an already established "Tribe" I visit their blogs as well. 

Where Are Your Posts Going?

Not only are your blog posts being "Tweeted" on Twitter, they can also be "Liked" on Facebook, "+1'd" on Google+, "Stumbled" on StumbleUpon and shared on LinkedIn!

Remember I Had Stopped Blogging?

To measure how Triberr has increased my reach, I am going to use Klout scoring as my example. To learn more about Klout please visit their Website Here.  During the time I stopped blogging, Klout also changed their algorithms.  When I returned in October, my score had plummeted.

Here you can see that 30 days ago when I wasn't blogging, my Klout Score was only 31.  On October 28, 2011 I started blogging again.  As of today, November 27, 2011, my Klout Score has increased to 43 and my True Reach increased by 568!

Visit Klout Here!
In Review

I recommend Triberr to any blogger that would like to increase their exposure in the blogosphere! I feel that in the past 30 days, being a member of Triberr was what helped me get back on my feet so to speak!  I also have been able to connect with other bloggers and visit their great blogs too. 

Please refer back to Triberr's website for more information and to see if you would like to join this very active community.

If you would like an invitation to Triberr I have a few requirements! Send me your blog link  and request to @LisaLadrido on Twitter!

Thank you Dino and Dan for this great community of bloggers called Triberr!

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  1. You're welcome Lisa. Glad we can help :-)

  2. @Dino Dogan You guys are amazing! Thank you again. Lisa

  3. Great post Lisa! I am also glad you are feeling better - it is great to be on Triberr and Twitter with you.

  4. I'm really glad you posted this Lisa. I received your invite but wasn't really sure about what it was, what to do and how to go about setting things in motion. I will definitely get organised this week.

    Hope you are well. Take care and have a great week.

    Best wishes,

  5. Lisa you always have great information for bloggers! I have learned so much from you! I'm so new to Triber, I'm not sure how I feel about it, but the one Tribe I'm in has bloggers I like and support so it's very easy to recommend their posts. My traffic has improved, and my support on Twitter is much stronger, my Klout score has also increased. I only post once a week, so Triber may not be ideal for me, but I do like having a place where I can find the blogs I like and add my support to them easily. Triber is something I will continue to get the hang of! Having great people like you supporting and teaching me is one of the things I really love about bogging!!

  6. @Kritters that Twitter! Thank you! The same here, I love sharing your posts!

  7. @Natasha in Oz! I am glad, I would love to have you and your blog in our tribe. It is pretty easy, make sure you add your RSS feed from your blog on the settings first. I can walk you through the other things later.

  8. @Kathy One post a week is fine. At times when life gets in the way I post less than that!! Blogging has been a Godsend to me during this time. It is my main social outlet, even if it is from my couch or bed!! Love you girl you are doing fine and I love your blog!

  9. So glad I forced you to let me in! ;)

  10. Great info on Triberr. I'm only in one tribe, but I love it. I love each of the bloggers and blogs and feel good when I'm tweeting their posts. I keep thinking I need to join more tribes to increase my reach and my klout score, but I haven't yet. One day at a time!

  11. @Beth! You didn't force me!! I love having you with us.

  12. Hi Christina! I really like it. I didn't get it at first but now I really appreciate what if offers all of us. Thank you for visiting again!

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  14. Hey...I want to be invited!!! *Sniff*

    thanks for the tips, since I'm partially blind here and there, I didn't blog for 12 days. Holy Crap! My numbers look like I just started blogging for the first time yesterday! GRRR...

    Mucho love dearie

  15. Thank you for your comment @Allison678!

  16. @Sharon! I know, Klout is not very forgiving. I was out for longer than that as you know. Next time I am getting some guest bloggers for sure!

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