Since the earliest days of Triberr, I have been on board. Triberr is one of the best and most-needed blog sharing tools around; in fact, there isn’t any other.
Bloggers can elect to join a tribe of nine bloggers or join multiples of tribes as I have. What happens to the tweet stream, though, when you’re in more than 25 tribes, like me, is chaos. Some of those tribes consist of 100+ members that connect me with 5 million folks? (Don’t think that’s really true, but OK.)
Sound stupid? I agree, of course, but there is a method to my madness and insatiable thirst for knowledge and curiosity.Read More →
There was a time when I kvetched and hollered about @ symbols in headlines of blogs. Now that I’m a name dropper and want everyone on the ‘sphere to know this post has video of the Kingpin himself, Dino Dogan, founder of Triberr, I put a double whammy upstairs.
Call the headline police. I’ll wait.
This post comes to you straight from Knoxville, Tenn., site of the now infamous #SoSlam or Social Slam as it’s known. When I’m not having technical difficulties like this year, I can capture about 9 groovy unsuspecting peeps like I did last year (that’s because I had an iPhone 4S in hand).Read More →
This past weekend I created a tribe and was invited into four others; something was in the water! One particular tribe was formed by someone seeking multiple shares of his content, and thus he formed a tribe of 100 “power sharers.”
A handful of my peers are in the group; the other 95 I have not had the privilege of meeting. That’s almost a good thing…you want to be in tribes with people you’ve not yet met so you can read new material, share new content and build on your community.
I accepted the invitation on Sunday; by Monday evening I was exhausted having visited my Triberr stream more than four times that day to stay abreast of the posts that were everywhere from people I didn’t know (and thus could not gauge the quality of their writing).Read More →