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Triberr, Twitter & You!


One of the things that CVA Clients report most is that they don’t have many Twitter followers. And they spend a lot of time trying to gain Twitter followers relevant to their market, so that their blogging and marketing activity is worthwhile and reaches a good volume. Have you ever heard the saying two heads are better than one?

Triberr, an amazing online social service, puts that phrase into perspective in regards to Twitter.

If you only have 100 followers, that stinks!

But what if 100 people retweeted you, and they each had 100 followers themselves?

Well, all of a sudden – your reach of 100, just turned into a reach of 10,000!

This is where Triberr comes into play.

Here is how it works:

    • You join Triberr
    • You link your feed up to Triberr
    • You link your twitter account up to Triberr
    • You join tribes (most are themed around a specific topic)
    • Your blogs auto-feed into Triberr and show up in your Tribes feeds
    • Other blogs from other Tribe members auto-feed into Triberr and show up in your Tribes feeds
    • Every member of the tribe, picks blog posts they want to share from the feed, which is equal to a re-tweet

The biggest trick is that – Triberr is invite only, and in order for it to really work you have to belong to some High Quality tribes!

We’ve got you covered!

  1. Follow @ContemporaryVA  on Twitter
  2. DM us @ContemporaryVA and ask for an Invite to our Tribe
  3. We will send you an invite to our Contemporary VA Tribe
  4. You set up your profile with your feed and twitter account
  5. You check in weekly and approve tweets from the tribe’s feed


 photo credit: moodboardphotography


Posted on July 2nd, 2012 by Rachel Braam, Office Manager


Bruce Sallan (@BruceSallan) says:

Triberr has been fantastic for me…I heartily recommend it THOUGH to do it right it will take some regular allocation of time!
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Posted: July 2, 2012 @ 10:11 am
Martha Giffen says:

Good run down on what Triberr does! I actually “found” this post because we are in a tribe together! Let’s ROCK it!!

Posted: July 2, 2012 @ 5:12 pm
dadblunders says:

I have only found Triberr recently and really love it thus far! It is a great tool that has helped to meet many others parents.
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Posted: July 3, 2012 @ 1:26 am

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