Triberr is a system for maximizing your Twitter reach. Every time you publish a new post, everyone in your tribe will tweet it to their followers. You do the same for everyone in your tribe. This takes place automatically and extends the reach of your blog by exposing your content to an audience you’re not directly connected with.
Triberr is a free web application that allows you to create tribes (groups of like minded bloggers as members), who agree to share each other’s RSS feeds in their twitter streams. To put this into context, if you have 4 different tribes with 8 members each, then you automatically have 24 people who send out tweets whenever you have a new post. If each of them has 100 followers, you will immediately expose your new post to 2,400 Twitter users. If each has 500 followers then you’re Twitter reach extends to 12,000 Twitter users.
Some may decry that this is spamming, but it’s more like reciprocal, crowd sourced, content sharing. You choose tribes based on the type of content you already write about… the content that your Twitter followers are already interested in. Your content is then cascaded across Twitter to users who are already interested in that type of content and you’re Twitter account is fed with content that you’re followers are already interested in. It’s a win-win for all those involved:
- You Win – Your blog posts get distributed by your Tribe far and wide.
- Tribes Win- People in your Tribe get to feed quality content to their followers and inject variety into their own tweeting efforts
- Followers Win- Followers get exposed to quality content created by your Tribesmen.
They can choose which tweets to post and which to not send out by setting everything manually, or if you have a solid tribe that you know has quality tweets you can allow the process to run automatically. You can also set the time limits on your Tweets, so you are not sending them out in quick succession.
Triberr is currently an invite only system. If you have a blog that has an emphasis on living a ‘web enabled’ life, social media (Google+, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc), gadgets, or technology in general my tribe is currently accepting new members. To join you’ll need an invitation code though… to get one follow me on Twitter (@PaulSpoerry) and the Tweet at me that you’re interested. I’ll then follow you and DM you a private invite code after reviewing your site to see if you line up with the types of posts our tribe is interested in!