You Know What I Hate About RSS Readers?
They never deliver awesome content from bloggers I’ve never heard of.
All I see are new posts from bloggers I know. Bloggers I’ve been reading for months, sometimes years. Don’t get me wrong…
These bloggers are great, if little stale. I wish, I wish…you know what would be really cool?
- I wish there was a way for me to be surprised every once in a while.
- I wish there was an easier way -than trolling the Interwebs- to discover new voices in the blogosphere.
- I wish there was a way to…I wish there was a way to do all this without doing the upfront work of building my RSS Reader entries…I mean, c’mon.
Sure, I could go to a popular blog and read the same ol’ drivel.
Sure, I could go to one of those large, newspaper-like sites that publish vetted, safe -and let’s face it- boring content.
Sure, I could go to a site where a team of drones decides what’s good and what’s not.
But what I really want is a new, independent, and reader-selected content, recently published, and filed under my favorite category.
Dawning of the age…
Well… Friends. Countrymen. Good people of this Earth. For the first time ever, introducing just such a service.
You know this service already. You love it. It has brought many-a-clicks to your blog, and now it’s looking to bring even more.
Triberr opened its doors in March of 2011, and since then –at the time of this writing- it has climbed Alexa ratings to become a top 900 most visited site in US. It is in the top 5,744 most visited sites world wide.
It is likely that these number will be even better (lower) by the time you read this. Of course, Alexa is just one silly way of measuring site’s success.
Triberr also gets about 60,000 visits per month…and that’s a lot of visits for a young up-start.
So we decided to give this traffic to you.
Anyone need some traffic?
Instead of featuring few members and a graphic of what Triberr does, we decided to turn Triberr’s homepage into a kind of dynamic RSS Reader.
How to get on Triberr’s homepage?
- Obviously you have to be a blogger who is part of a tribe on Triberr.
- You need to write great, original and compelling content.
- Be selective and discerning of who you tribe up with; you are -after all- sharing your audience with that blogger
- Do good things on Triberr and receive good Karma
Before you know it, your blog will be displayed in the main listings area or at the very least, (or perhaps even better?) in the relevant category.
Give it a go. I would love some feedback on how we can make it even better.
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