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Triberr Thank You

How to Say Thank You in Triberr by Janet Callaway The Natural Networker

Heather: I’m excited to share this guest post by Janet Callaway.  I met her a couple of weeks ago when my mastermind community opened it’s doors.  Since they she has impressed me with her giving nature, always willing to reach out and help, encourage, or support someone else.

She is the first guest post author on Clever Marketer and I’m excited to share her giving spirit with you, my fabulous readers!  Enjoy!

Triberr is a new language invented by Dino Dogan and Dan Cristo. It is a language of giving and expansion.

Recently I was introduced to Triberr when Dino sent me a tweet asking me to send him a DM with my e-mail address because he had something special for me. How intriguing a tweet was that?

Immediately I sent him a DM with my e-mail address.

The next thing I knew there was an invitation to join Dino’s tribe in Triberr.
Rather than explain the all details of Triberr in this post, these links connect you to posts Dino wrote explaining it.

The Age Of Social Media Superstars Is Over

Tribe Strategies To Reach Multiplication

What I will tell you is why I believe it is a language of giving and expansion.

Let me touch briefly on expansion. I say expansion because when you join Triberr the size of your network grows. Your blog posts are exposed, at a minimum, to the followers of the members of your tribe.  Since I assume you deliver great content, most likely they will be retweeted by a number of those followers.

Thus, your reach and your network expand, thanks to your tribe.

Heather:  In a nutshell, Triberr is a social network that provides as a way for you to tweet out the RSS feed of your favorite bloggers. We have been tweeting each other’s feeds as part of the original blog commenting tribe I joined back in August.

The benefits are:

1. To feed your twitter audience with great content that is niche specific.

2. To gain twitter followers and generate more blog traffic.

3. To get on the radar of some top bloggers and marketers.  When they see you tweeting their content regularly, they get curious about who you are.

The challenge was that it was very time-consuming to link the RSS feeds and twitter.  Triberr simplifies the process and makes it automatic for you, plus it allows you to share value with your best blogging buddies, as Janet is about to share with you!

Giving is at the Core of Triberr

Triberr is by invitation only. When you invite someone to join you in Triberr, you are giving them the opportunity to expand their network and engage with more people who may well be interested in what they have to offer.

As a member of Triberr, I can create 3 tribes of my own and select the members.

Hmm, how do I select tribe members?

After thinking about this for a while, I decided that I wanted to begin my tribes by using the invitations to thank people who have made a difference in my online experience.

Remember, once someone is a member of Triberr they can create 3 tribes of their own so I knew I was giving people a valuable gift.

My first invitation was sent to Michele Welch of  Had it not been for the twitter challenge that Michele implemented, I likely would not have met Dino and thus not received an invitation to join Triberr. Thanks, Michele.

My second invitation was sent to Sherryl Perry of  Sherryl invited me to participate in a private blogging group on facebook. About a dozen bloggers participate and a wealth of knowledge is shared on a consistent basis. Thank you, Sherryl.

My third Triberr invitation was sent to Tia Peterson of Tia runs a blog community where participants post on any number of topics. Currently there are 60 contributors and I am proud to be one of them. Through her site, tweets and posts, the bizchickblogs community and its resource center are readily available to one and all. Thank you, Tia.

My fourth invitation was sent to Heather Stephens of  Heather invited me to join her Mastermind Community and interact with other bloggers from around the world. We share comments, tips and resources so that we can blog better. Thank you, Heather.

To me, Triberr is a perfect way to say, “Thank You,” to a blogging friend because it is a gift that keeps on giving.

One final story for you. After I completed sending out the Thank You invitations I turned my attention to others I wanted to join In doing so, I reached out to others I respected for their blog content and tweets.

Here is where, once again, Triberr is the gift that keeps on giving.

Though we have tweeted occasionally, I read the tweets and posts of Vicki Berry at  Following Dino’s example, I tweeted her asking her to DM her e-mail address as I had something special for her. She responded with her e-mail address.

Now here is where it becomes interesting. After I sent her the invitation which she accepted, she sent me an invitation to join her in another endeavor which will likewise be mutually beneficial.

Whether it begins with a Thank You invitation or ends with a Thank You invitation in response, that’s how you say Thank You in Triberr.

Thank You, Dino and Dan, for Triberr.

Heather:  Can’t you just feel Janet’s giving spirit!?!?  I hope you enjoyed her post as much as I did.  Please tweet, share, and comment to let her know what you thought!

Thank you Janet for your awesome post on Triberr!

If you are not already part of Triberr and you have a great twitter following of home based business owners, WAHMs & mompreneurs, or network marketers and direct sales professionals, please let me know. I’d love to invite you to be part of one of my triberr tribes.

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  1. Awesome post you guys…GO TEAM!!!

    Thank you Janet for a wonderful write up and than you Heather for being a gracious host 🙂

    When Dan and I first started Triberr we didnt imagine it would be used in this way…how short sighted we were 🙂

    Its amazing to see people like Janet using it in such a special way and its crazy to see what opportunities and serendipitous connections are coming from that process. Just amazing. Thank you guys 🙂

    • Dino, aloha We must have been commenting on the post at the same time as I see yours posted a few minutes before mine. Great minds and all that.

      Dino, thx so much for your comments which made my heart sing.

      And, of course, thank you so much for creating Tribber which has introduced me to so many great bloggers. Because of Triberr, my traffic has increased with visitors leaving great comments.

      You and Dan created a fantastic platform for bloggers. It is fun to be a part of its evolution. Dino, I appreciate how responsive you and Dan are to suggestions as well as how you anticipate our requests, adding new features before we even ask.

      You folks ROCK! Mahalo and aloha. Janet

  2. Heather, aloha. WOW! What a wonderful surprise to see my post featured. As you know, I so appreciate what you have created with this community and to be a guest poster is quite an honor.

    Because helping others is at the very core of my being, I so appreciate our community on Clever Marketer and the boost we are receiving from Triberr. What Dino and Dan’s new platform is awesome, to say the least.

    Best wishes for a glorious week. Mahalo and aloha. Janet

  3. Hello Janet and Heather. (and Dino above!)

    What an outstanding network Triberr seems to be. I would love to be a part of it.

    It never ceases to amaze me how the act of giving and sharing can result in so many benefits, many of which cannot be determined up front.

    Networking and building relationships is such an awesome experience. It has been one of the most fulfilling parts of working online.

    Thanks so much for the awesome post. and Heather, you are right, Janet is a pleasure to have amongst us!


    • Jayne, aloha. Triberr is fantastic; you will love it. What I find interesting is that even though it is about tweeting, people I did not know who are part of other tribes, have come over to my blog and commented.

      One of the other features that I quite like, is that I am meeting some amazing bloggers and learning so much. On the off chance you couldn’t guess, I am an information sponge. I love learning new things and sharing that info with others.

      Jayne, thank you so much for yoru kind words. They are much appreciated. Look forward to seeing you in the blogosphere. Until then, aloha. Janet

  4. Hey Janet, Heather and Dino,

    Thanks for writing such an amazing post about Triberr, the gift that keeps on giving. Blogging is about sharing your expertise and building a community.

    How wonderful it is that great thinkers like you all are building and offering authentic communities with the goal of providing help and support for others with the same goals.

    Thanks again and keep up the good work!


    • Tisha, aloha. You are so right. Blogging is about building a community that supports each other.

      In the short time I have been a part of Heather’s Mastermind Community, I have met so many talented bloggers who have inspired me and taught me much. Along the way, some wonderful friendships are developing. What could be more perfect than that?

      With her community, Heather, has created an environment designed for sharing. Tribber is a way to amplify what we have here. Both, are true win-win platforms.

      Thx so much, Tisha, for sharing your thoughts on creating communities. Aloha. Janet

  5. Thanks for sharing about triberr, I’ve never heard of it and would be interested in checking it out. I may have had invites but I don’t check my twitter DM’s as I mostly get spam and it fills my inbox.

    Thanks again!

    • Stacy, aloha. Guaranteed you will like what you see when you read Dino’s posts. When you are on his blog, you will find further updates.

      Triberr is a vibrant community.

      Thx for stopping by and commenting. Aloha. Janet

  6. What a perfect person to write about sharing and giving. =) Heather and Janet, I loved hearing the voices of both of you in this post as it made for doubly valuable information. And Janet, I loved how you framed your invites — as thanking others. I will be doing the same and passing on the love as you ladies have inspired me to do!

    • Samantha, aloha. Like you, Samantha, I enjoyed “hearing” Heather and me. Though, of course, I knew what I wrote, what Heather said added so much to it. Didn’t you feel like you were part of a conversation? I sure did.

      Samantha, you will have fun thinking of who you want to thank by inviting them to join Triberr. When you read the posts over on Dino’s site, you will see some ideas for other invitations.

      Thx for letting us know that we inspired you to pass on the love. Speaking on Heather’s behalf as well, I can tell you we appreciate it.

      Look forward to seeing you soon on your blog or mine. Until then, aloha. Janet

  7. Hey Janet,

    I can certainly feel the giving spirit of Triberr. Nice!

    At the moment, I’m using Twitterfeed to feed some of my favorite Blog RSS feeds to Twitter automatically, but I like the community oriented feel from your description of Triberr.

    Thanks for sharing this, and thanks Heather for hosting!

  8. Jym, aloha. The beauty of Triberr is that it expands your reach–in numbers and in the diversity of the people who receive a tweet about your post.

    Whether a person has 1,000, 10,000 or 100,000 followers, it is impossible to know them all and what they like. With Triberr and the different types of posts they receive, in my opinion, they are receiving far more value than if they only received the posts of the one person they followed–no matter how great those posts may be.

    Yes, Jym, I agree with you. Thx so much, Heather, for hosting. I appreciate it.

    Jym, look forward to seeing you soon. Until then, aloha. Janet

  9. Hi Janet,

    Another wonderful article. Triberr is great community. Dino did outstanding work on creating Triberr.

    I recently found a great site – dimblr, it looks like triberr with digg, su & fb share. You may want to check it out.

    Anyways, Thanks for sharing this great post. Retweeted.

    Would love to see you writing for Technshare, some day :).


  10. Dev, aloha. Thx so much for your kind words, Dev; I appreciate them.

    Thx also for the tip on dimblr. Will head on over there in a while a check it out. There are so many talented people creating wonderful platforms for us to use to promote our blog posts. It’s terrific.

    Dev, thx so much for inviting me to write for Technshare. As a newbie blogger, I oftentimes feel I took the training wheels off to soon. This post is my very first guest post for which I thank Heather. Her comments added much to the post and the picture she selected is perfect. Thx again, Heather.

    Dev, look forward to seeing you on one of your sites or on my blog. Take good care, my new friend. Aloha. Janet

  11. Triberr has been a wonderful addition to my online world. I have been very pleased to be a part of it and have met wonderful people.

  12. Hi Janet,

    I just heard about Triberr recently and I have received an invitation to join. It definitely is about giving and the best part is that it is all automated! I have to understand how I can create my own tribe and will look into that further. What I love about the blogging community is the idea of giving! There is so much collaboration which really touches my heart. I have been the recipient of so much support and I hope to pay it forward!

    • Diana, aloha. So glad to hear you are joining the Triberr community. Your posts will be an asset for the followers of tribe members.

      It is very easy to start your start as you will see once you start using the system. Dino and Dan have made it very easy and non techie. To invite a new tribe member it is as simple as inserting their name & e-mail address then pushing send. The system takes care of everything for you. Even the invitation is pre-written.

      You are so right, Diana, the blogging community generously gives of its knowledge and tips to one and all. It is a wonderful environment for flourishing.

      Speaking of helping, Diana, after I finish my morning routine, I am going to head on over to your blog to see what tips/advice/insights bloggers gave you in response to your question. No doubt all of us will learn from the suggestions to you.

      Best wishes for a great day. Aloha. Janet

      • Hi Janet, would it be possible for me to also be a member of your Tribe? That would be great 🙂

  13. Hi Janet,

    What a great job you did with this guest post!

    I have to admit when you first invited me to join Triberr, I did not fully understand the concept but I knew that anything coming from you would be pure quality and well worth my attention.

    I was not wrong! What an awesome way to share and leverage each other’s spheres of influence. I am always amazed at what people create and develop using technology.

    I look forward to sharing the good news and inviting more people to participate with us. Thank you again.


  14. Marcus, aloha. Thank you so much for your compliment on the post and your statement “I knew that anything coming from you would be pure quality and well worth my attention.” Marcus, that absolutely made my day.

    In the short time I have known you, Marcus, I have learned that giving and helping others is at the very core of who you are. Triberr is tailor made for your generous spirit. Have fun creating your tribes and meeting wonderful new people.

    Thx, again, Marcus for your thoughtful comments. Best wishes for a glorious day. Aloha. Janet

  15. Hi Heather,

    thanks for sharing Janet’s guest post. Her comments on other people’s blogs are always nothing short of amazing.



    Hi Janet,

    let me say “Thank you” again for inviting me to Triberr, I finally accepted it today 😉

    I am glad that you give a good overview here, but I think I need some assistance. Looks easy, but it seems that the devil is in the details.

    Be blessed


  16. Oliver, aloha. Thx for your kind words on my comments. The reason that I appreciate them is because I do work to give value back to the blogger for taking the time to create such a great post.

    Glad to have you on board, Oliver. Welcome to the tribe. I will head over to facebook to send you a message.

    See you soon. Again, thank you for your compliment. Aloha. Janet

  17. Hey Janet,

    Thanks for introducing Triberr, this is the first time hearing about it. You did a great job giving details on it. I’m sure you’ll have quite a bit of individuals requesting it.

    Have a great day…

  18. Heather, Janet and Dino,

    Thanks so much for a wonderful community! And for the mention, Janet! I’m blessed to have been invited and be a part of this group. Wonderful times are ahead for us as we forge new paths for like minded entrepreneurs!

    I’ve just been part of Triberr for a short time, and though I’ve been doing more Networking than Marketing lately and am woefully behind on my posts, I feel great in knowing the syndication help is there, as Twitter continues to grow at a steady speed!

    Wishing You All Fantastic Success,

  19. Vicki, aloha. Thx so much for stopping by and commenting. It is so perfect that you did because I loved being able to end the post with your Thank You back to me. Now, everyone who reads the post can meet you as well.

    Vicki, I believe most of here know the balance act that goes on with networking and marketing. Fortunately, the more you network, the bigger your audience will be when you are ready to market.

    To forging new paths with like minded entreprneurs–forward ho! Take good care, Vicki. Aloha. Janet

  20. Hey guys! (Janet, Heather, and Dino)

    Dino, thanks for creating such a great, sharing new tool. I just joined so I’m starting to reap the benefits as well.

    Heather, as always, you are such a sharing person yourself so thank you for being a great host and you chose a wonderful person to be your first! 🙂

    Janet, you expressed my thoughts exactly on how I feel about triberr as well.

    I have gotten new connections, new followers and fans all because I’m leveraging the reach of others. This is an excellent post and I’ll definitely be sharing! 🙂

  21. Kesha, aloha. Guaranteed you made all three of us smile with your comment. Thank you so much.

    Kesha, I am delighted to hear that in a short period of time you are already seeing what I have seen and what Dino intended. It is amazing how quickly the Triberr community is growing and the goodwill that is being created. Like you, I have new connections, followers and fans.

    Thx so much for sharing the message, Kesha. Let’s beat the drums for Triberr. Aloha. Janet

  22. Aloha ladies, 🙂

    What can I say Janet? Thank you so much for the wonderful mention. Wow, the twitter challenge seems like ages ago, LOL. Good times!

    I’m so glad you were a part of it, because it has led us to this… this moment. And I’m a better person having known you.

    You are a wonderful and giving person and Dino is so lucky to have you in his corner cheering him and his work on. Triberr is a fantastic concept and it’s a win-win for all those involved. Happy to be a part of it.

    Wonderful 1st guest post… keep them coming. I expect to see a lot more of them from you. 😉

  23. Michele, aloha. Thx so much for stopping by. You are right; the twitter challenge seems soooooo long ago. That challenge, Michele, taught me so much and I met so many great people as a result, I can never thank you enough for organizing it. On top of everything else, it was fun!

    Michele, mahalo nui loa for your gracious compliments; I truly appreciate them.

    You, Heather and Dino have done so much to create communities that benefit all of us. Congrats to you, Michele, on your new blog about all things wordpress.

    Best wishes to you for ever increasing success. Take good care, Michele. Aloha. Janet

  24. Janet, Thanks for the shout-out and the invitation to Tribber. This is such an amazing opportunity. Now, I really need to amp out the frequency of my postings on my blog. You seem to really be increasing the amount of your comments and I need to produce more content for sure!

  25. Sherryl, aloha. Thx so much for stopping by and commenting. Happy to give you the shout-out as I so appreciate what you created with our Blogger MasterMind Group. There are some amazing people in it and I love what I learn from them.

    Look forward to seeing your value packed posts more often. Until the next one, aloha. Janet

  26. Aloha Janet, Heather and Dino!

    Thanks for sharing such an amazing information about Triberr – the gift that keeps on giving. Blogging is about sharing your expertise and building a community.

    Congratulations on your first guest post here on, Janet. Way to go! Thank you ever so much for inviting me to Triberr a few weeks ago 🙂

    You’re truly amazing, I see your face everywhere and I get blown away by your wonderful comments on other blogs. Keep rocking!


  27. Mavis, aloha. Thx for much for your compliment which I truly appreciate.

    So glad you joined us in Triberr. To me it is such a wonderful platform to use to reach out and help others. With your network, you will be able to help so many extend their reach.

    You are so right that “Blogging is about sharing your expertise and building a community.” What a perfect description.

    Look forward to seeing your around the blogosphere and, of course, to reading your always value packed posts. Aloha. Janet

  28. Hi Heather,

    Very interesting stuff. Would love to get an invite and start contributing.


    Thanks much!

    • Jason, aloha. Welcome to Triberr. Look forward to “getting to know you . . .” through your posts and tweets. Your bio is intriguing and your blog looks quite interesting. Until later, aloha. Janet

  29. Diana, aloha. At this time, it is not possible for you to join my tribe. However, it looks like down the line it will be and I would love to have you jion one of my tribes then. Aloha. Janet

    Here is the response to that question from the FAQ of Triberr:

    “Triberr logic doesn’t allow you to invite someone who is already on Triberr. Being with the same person in multiple tribes is called Inbreeding.

    This prevents double-tweeting and all sorts of other mess. We are developing Triberr to accommodate inbreeding because there is tremendous value in it, however, the logic must be developed to prevent the tweeting onslaught that can be caused by it.

    We’ll keep you informed as to the progress, so no worries…you will soon me able to cross tribes without adverse effects.”

  30. Janet is one of awesome people that I’ve met through Triberr. And she’s one to knock the blog posts out of the park, every time.

  31. Stan, aloha. Thx so much for your kind words which are much appreciated. Take care, my friend. Aloha. Janet

  32. Hi Janet, would it be possible for me to also be a member of your Tribe? That would be great 🙂

  33. Hi Heather! Thanks for sharing Janet’s guest post. I learn something new again. The word “Tribber” is very interesting and it is great to join. I wish I could have my own tribe. I should probably check this out!


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