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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.Â I met her a couple of weeks ago when my mastermind community opened it’s doors.Â 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!Â 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.
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.Â 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:Â 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.Â 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.Â 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 newbizblogger.com.Â 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 keepuptheweb.com.Â 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 bizchickblogs.com. 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 http://clevermarketer.com.Â 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 www.janetcallaway.com. 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 www.vicki-berry.com.Â 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:Â Can’t you just feel Janet’s giving spirit!?!?Â I hope you enjoyed her post as much as I did.Â 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.