Triberr Update: April 2016

Triberr Update: April 2016

Hey Triberr community – Here’s an update on our April progress, but first, I’ve got two apologies for this past month. ┬áHere goes: A┬áthousand apologies as this monthly update is clearly 10 days late. But, I have a great excuse. (see Life Milestones) We were completely unproductive in April – sorry! (see Life Milestones) Life […]

Triberr Update: March 2016

Triberr Update: March 2016

Happy Monday Tribemates! I wanted to provide a quick update to share what’s been happening behind the scenes here at Triberr. Technology Our team has been reviewing the Triberr platform to document and understand the technical intricacies of its many features. It’s been an intimidating task but absolutely necessary. We’re learning a tremendous amount and […]

Triberr Gets Acquired – A Better Platform Ahead

Triberr Gets Acquired – A Better Platform Ahead

By now, you may already have seen an email announcing the acquisition of Triberr. We wanted the community to be the first to know as our future success begins with you. This past year, my team and I decided that we really wanted to focus our energy on building product(s) that are valuable to thousands […]

Content Marketing vs. Native Advertising

Content Marketing vs. Native Advertising

Does it feel like there are too many buzzwords in the digital marketing space, and the terms “content marketing” and “native advertising” constantly seem to find their way into the conversation? Maybe, it’s just me. Regardless, both are essential to to businesses as part of their overall online marketing strategies. After all, content is king […]

Twitter is Removing Share Counts – Huh?

Twitter is Removing Share Counts – Huh?

It’s been a few weeks since Twitter quietly announced they were removing share counts. I didn’t think much of it at the time because, quite frankly, I didn’t believe they would really go through with it and certainly didn’t want to add to the noise. However, it’s time to accept that our famous 140-character micro-blogging […]

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