An Executive’s Guide to Managing Remote Teams

An Executive’s Guide to Managing Remote Teams

We are a remote team. Our team members span across several states in the USA, Guam, India, Philippines, and Armenia. We also have some folks in South America and Europe that help us occasionally. Throughout my other ventures, remote teams are also the norm. Therefore, we have first-hand experience in the good, bad, and ugly side to managing remote teams. […]

Triberr Update: April 2017 – FB Pages and Groups / Stripe Integration

Triberr Update: April 2017 – FB Pages and Groups / Stripe Integration

In mid-March, we released some interesting updates to Triberr related to sharing frequencies and our AWS migration. Over this weekend, the team released several updates. Here’s a quick summary of what’s new inside Triberr: Facebook Pages and Groups Last month, I echoed reasons why some users did not leverage their Facebook Profiles for sharing. This resulted […]

Triberr Update: March 2017 – Sharing Frequencies / AWS

Triberr Update: March 2017 – Sharing Frequencies / AWS

In January, we released a massive overhaul of our UI. Since then, we’ve been busy tinkering and just released several updates this week. Here’s a quick summary of what’s new inside Triberr: Sharing Frequency Until yesterday, Triberr only offered one (1) sharing frequency setting which applied to every social network connected. Given this constraint, most users only connected a […]

Your Online Presence Without Twitter?

Your Online Presence Without Twitter?

I have an ongoing email thread with another SaaS app developer about how social networks are closing access to their data, APIs, and members, and its impact on third party apps such as Triberr. The discussion primarily focuses on Twitter, but applies to the other social networks and the Big G(oogle). Since it’s relevant to both […]

New Year… New Look for Triberr

New Year… New Look for Triberr

We’ve been busy this weekend and it seems some of you already noticed. There’s a new look on Triberr. The user interface has received some much needed love that’s been long overdue (last update was 3+ years ago). Most notable is the overall visual refresh. We have several new features planned, but this overhaul was first before other items are […]

How to Pitch to Journalists and Influencers

How to Pitch to Journalists and Influencers

Whether running a business, launching a new product or killer feature, or organizing an upcoming event, you need as much exposure and media coverage as possible. It’s likely that you’ve done everything from connecting with others on social media to paying for ads. While those activities may have resulted in some traction, there are still many more people to reach. How can you achieve […]

Applying the 80/20 Rule to Content Marketing

Applying the 80/20 Rule to Content Marketing

It’s Monday and we’re all psyched for another week of productivity. Since many of us are running online businesses, you’re likely already familiar with Pareto’s Principle – or the 80 / 20 Rule – which is defined as the following: The Pareto principle (also known as the 80–20 rule, the law of the vital few, and the […]

How to Repurpose Content for Maximum ROI

How to Repurpose Content for Maximum ROI

Your old content is amazing! That’s what your readers would say IF they stumbled upon the work of such an articulate wordsmith. 🙂 So why not repurpose and repost those legendary archives? Learning how to repurpose your content to get more shares, more traffic, and more engagement should be part of your marketing strategy. Whether you are a prolific blogger, […]

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