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 →
You can tweet without a blog; you shouldn’t blog without Twitter, and every blogger needs Triberr.
Oooh, that statement is going to get me in hot water, eh? So many people can’t see the light about Triberr, but have you seen the innovative things happening over there? Triberr is trying to single handedly alter the way we blog, get subscribers, earn traffic and analytics, and so much more.Read More →