3 Master Tribe Strategies to Reach Multiplication
Triberr is an invite only community of bloggers. Every time you publish a new post, everyone in your tribe automagicly tweets it to their followers.
Since this is something you’re doing anyway, Triberr simply automates it for you; which gives you more time for real engagement with your blogging and tweeting friends.
Once you’ve been invited into a tribe, you are able to create up to 3 tribes of your own. So the question is…
What strategy should you use when creating your 3 tribes?
1. Same Niche Strategy
I have several blogs in niches that have nothing to do with each other.
Both my biz and dog blog are kicking ass, but my motorcycle blog is sucking wind. Why?
I think the main reason is that I failed to develop relationships with other bloggers in the motorcycle niche.
Your primary strategy could be to create 3 tribes based on 3 separate niches. Clear cut. Makes perfect sense to separate them out. Moving on.
2. Low, Mid, High Strategy
You could create 3 tribes based on the tribesmen’s relative position as compared to you.
For example. In the Low Tribe, you pull in great people who are up and coming.
They might have a small blog, low Klout score (does anyone really give a fuck about Klout?), low number of followers, and so on. But they rock, none the less. Why not help these guys break through?
Create and nurture them as bloggers and help them get their fair shake. It feels good, I promise.
With Mid Strategy, you are creating a tribe of equals. We can call this the Associative Tribe Strategy as well. Simply bring in your peers. Your friends. People who you know and trust. I think, that’s enough about that, moving on.
High Tribe Strategy (or Aspirational Tribe Strategy) is a great one.
This is the one where you shoot for the moon. You go and try to get the best, most ideal people into your tribe.
If you don’t now who these people are, where the hell have you been?
3. Timeline Strategy
Simple. One tribe for people you’ve known for a long time and haven’t kept in touch with as much as you would like to. Bringing them into the same tribe is a great way of staying in touch and keeping an eye on what they do.
Second tribe for people who are in your current social circle of friends.
And third tribe for people you’ve just met and who look promising.
Can You Mix These Strategies?
Of course. No need to be so rigid and stick to one but I know some will. I think that will have more to do with your personality rather than any perceived benefit of going one way or the other.
Cool thing about Triberr is that now you can actually emphasize quality of the relationship AND reap the rewards.
Point of NoteWho the hell has the time to go and pursue Twitter followers one by one only to then ignore those same followers because you only have so much personal bandwidth? It’s insanity.
Instead, why not grow small communities which are cared for and then share your community with other bloggers who have the same type of community. Thats a win-win-win in my book.
You can maintain close ties with your small community of readers and through transfer of trust, share amazing content made by other bloggers with your community. These other amazing bloggers do the same for you…and Triberr ensures that it happens automagicly.
- Which strategy sounds most appealing to you?
- Can you suggest another strategy?
- Have you been invited to Triberr yet?