Bloggers and content creators are always looking for new ways to grow their audience.

One of the best ways to do this is by using social media automation tools like Triberr.

These tools allow you to share your blog posts on autopilot, which means that you can spend more time creating content instead of sharing it.

Social media automation tools like Triberr make it easy for bloggers and content creators to automate the process of sharing their latest blog post with a group of people who already follow them on social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn or Pinterest.

This way they don’t have to manually share each post individually across all these different platforms every time they publish something new.

In this post, I’ll show you the benefits of using Triberr & also guide you on how to set it up to your blog’s success.





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Written by lyceum
55 days ago

Lisa: Thanks for your response! I will check out your video later on today.

All the Best,

Martin



Written by lyceum
56 days ago

Lisa: I will do that! Should I use some kind of referral link when I sign up?

All the Best,

Martin



Written by Inspiretothrive
56 days ago

No need Martin, Thanks. I just like to see more folks on there that share good content. I just did a video on how to mute some members of tribes too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cr79hxTeQY



Written by vinhomesvangiang
57 days ago

[Moderator's note: removed spam link. ^ML]



Written by pvariel
57 days ago

Hi Lisa,

I am still afraid, is Triberr permits Indians and Africans to join. I think these countries are banned.

Would like to know more on this. Just curious to jump in Lisa.

saved your post for a detailed read

Thanks for sharing

~ Phil

PS. Please check the PM. Thanks



Written by Inspiretothrive
57 days ago

Hi Phil, I hadn't heard of this before.



Written by lyceum
57 days ago

Adam: Thanks for the tips and suggestions. I have a philosophical issue with the word, "tribe," but I know it is marketing jargong, since Seth Godin's coined this expression, right?

Best Premises,

Martin



Written by amabaie
58 days ago

I love Triberr. My content gets shared, I share other people's content and I build relationships. The key for me in sharing, though, is I check who else is sharing. I try to share mostly posts by people who share a lot. If somebody never shares, I skip over their posts. Gotta help Karma and Dharma along, right?



Written by Inspiretothrive
57 days ago

Yes David and now you can mute folks too :)



Written by lyceum
57 days ago

David: Karma, Dharma, and Greg, right?! ;)

All the Best,

Martin



Written by adamjayc
59 days ago

Lisa, this is such a great guide to Triberr. I've been using this platform for years and it is excellent :)



Written by adamjayc
58 days ago

Martin: I'm sure you could. You would likely see some benefit from only using it passively by joining some tribes and adding RSS feeds to pull in your content. That way, you may get some extra shares.

But I'd recommend logging in every so often and sharing content from your tribe mates as well. This would make the most of the "affinity" feature which means more people will see your content more often if you share their content regularly.



Written by lyceum
58 days ago

Adam: Do you think I could benefit of being active on Triberr, as a podcaster?

All the Best,

Martin



Written by Inspiretothrive
59 days ago

Thank you Adam, I just noticed one thing though, the shares on LinkedIn do not show images. I have sent a message to them. Images are so important! But they come out perfect on Twitter.



Written by lyceum
59 days ago

Lisa: Yes, a podcast has a RSS feed. I will test it out on Triberr.

All the Best,

Martin



Written by Inspiretothrive
57 days ago

Let me know how it goes Martin.



Written by lyceum
61 days ago

Lisa: I don't remember if I have an account on Triberr! ;) Could I use a podcast and its blog posts on Triberr?

All the Best,

Martin



Written by Inspiretothrive
60 days ago

Hi Martin, that is a great question. I believe if the podcast has an RSS feed you could. I'd love to know once you try it if it works, do let me know.



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