How To Maximize The Potential Of Your Blogging Tribe

Whenever a service starts gaining momentum, inevitably, people join the service without having the full understanding of what that service is really about. I know. I’m one of those people.

I jump into everything head-first without a helmet and hope for the best. It usually woks out and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

The questions that I’ve been getting a lot lately is this.

I’m on Triberr. Now what?

Staying in your original, invite tribe will surely increase your reach significantly. But it’s not until you build your own tribes, that you will feel the awesome power of Triberr.

Watch this video for more.

Don’t be shy. Go find someone in your niche on Triberr right now and ask them to join their tribe.

If your blog is awesome and you have an engaged following on Twitter, any Chief would be lucky to have you in their tribe.

  • Are you on Triberr yet?
  • Do you have a really awesome blog and engaged Twitter following?

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Dino Dogan

Global Force for Badassery | Founder of Triberr | Refugee from Bosnia | Writer for Technorati | Speaker | Lousy Martial Artist | Pretty good singer/songwriter | Hi 🙂

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  • Stacey

    Hmmm, I haven’t really experienced the “now what” moment, since joining triberr. A few “oh shits” when I have messed up my feed for whatever reason, but no ” now whats ” as such. Whilst I know the goal is to build out your own tribes, inform-inspire(lame ass name I know), is starting to come along nicely. I also think it’s important, to not just invite anybody, or accept anybody. Like your said Jaffa tribe has many applicants, but few accepted. I’m sure this is not be elitist, but to maintain quality and the overall satisfaction on the other advanced bloggers within it. I think this is a good thing. Anyway, just wanted to throw in my 2 pence.

    • Dino Dogan

      haha…I love it when your Englishisms come out 🙂 “throw in my 2 pence” … classic 🙂

      • Stacey

        What can I say..I’m a’s all about the pounds and pence, lol

  • Brankica U

    OMG, sooooooooo pertyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy, love it!!!!

    • Dino Dogan

      hey eyes are up here :-p

      • Brankica U

        Missed them completely…..

  • Kiesha

    I’ve been enjoying Triberr. I initially started one that would be exclusively for the WBB writing, but I kept getting invites from people who weren’t on the team, so I decided to create one for WBB fans – so far so good. I just wish there was a way I could direct people who ask for invite for the team tribe to the right one.

  • Anonymous

    Building your tribe may put your leadership skills to the test – but that’s a very good thing.

    • Dino Dogan

      DUDE!!!! You are absolutely correct. That is exactly what its about. Its ABOUT leadership. Its about taking your 3 tribes and being a great leader to those tribes. And you WILL learn a great deal about what it means to be a leader while going through the process of building your tribes.

      Thank you for that insightful piece.

  • Karen Bice

    Great post and video, Dino! Triberr sounds like it’s just getting better and better. PS Great haircut!

    • Dino Dogan

      🙂 …thnx …Dan and I think we got something really cool here 🙂

  • Janet Callaway

    Dino, aloha. Your haircut so dazzled me that I missed the first part of the video; had to go back and relisten. As you intended, this is a perfect piece to help people “get” Triberr. Best wishes for a fabulous week. Aloha. Janet

    • Dino Dogan

      Hey Janet…thnx…I had to go to Arizona to get a good hair cut lol the ones I get in Jersey usually look like you got to give ’em a few weeks lol

  • Taliya

    Tool new for me, but lets try anther twitter tool. 🙂

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  • RonOfTheEmpire

    Your “2-cents” video helped me understand how to fully benefit from Triberr, and you did it in 5 minutes 7 seconds. That “2-cents” is like a $100, pal. Thank you.

    • Dino Dogan

      Coolio…glad you enjoyed it bro 🙂