My Quick List of Why I Like Triberr
In case you haven’t heard of Triberr, I’ll give you a quick list of why I like Triberr before I give you the new reason why I like it.
- When I joined Triberr, my Twitter reach went from just under 16K to just over 124K
- When I post a new blog post, members of my tribe usually retweet my blog post
- My blog is “attached” to Triberr via RSS feed so once I publish my new post, I don’t have to do anything on Triberr
- You can see the stats of how many clicks each tribe member’s retweet gets
- Triberr is FREE – how cool is that?
Now, I want to clarify a couple of things from above. First, I noted members of my tribe usually retweet my blog post. I wanted to make it clear, members are not obligated to retweet my blog posts, nor am I obligated to retweet theirs. We can set it up on auto, or manual. It’s completely up to each user. This has been a controversial issue for individuals who don’t agree with, or don’t fully understand Triberr.
The Latest Reason Why I Like Triberr
Triberr has this cool new feature called Headline Testing. We all know how important headlines are to articles, blog posts, etc. You can have the best, most well written post out there, but if the headline sucks wind and it doesn’t attract any attention it does no good. This new feature allows a tribe member to type a headline they are thinking of using and other tribe members vote whether they think it’s a “clickable” headline or not. Depending on the results of the test, you can change your headline or keep it for your blog post. To learn more about this great feature, click on the link above.
My Latest Triberr Stats
And in case you are doubting the validity of Triberr’s effectiveness, here are some numbers for you (in less than 30 days).
- My follower count was somewhere around 15,000 when I joined Triberr, now it’s just over 16,200
- Total tribe reach when I joined Triberr was somewhere around 124,000, now it’s 393,387
- My Klout score was 59, now it’s 63