Mic Check!

As part of running an influencer campaign on Triberr, I just did something I think I’m going to continue doing. A mic check. It’s a simple roll call that ensures email notifications are not getting trapped in spam filters along the way. The idea is, I leave a comment in the Conversations area, and all […]

A New Way for Bloggers to Make a Living #BeLikeMike

To this day, Air Jordans are the highest selling sneaker Nike has ever produced. When we started Triberr two and a half years ago, we had a simple mission. To solve big problems for little bloggers. The biggest problem for most bloggers was getting eyeballs on their content. But eyeballs are not the last mile. The […]

The right way to invite someone into your Atomic Tribe

Atomic tribes (sometimes known as Automatic Tribes) are a special kind of tribe owned by Triberr premium members (aka Primes) where only the Chief’s content is shared. ATs make sharing completely frictionless, but they are not for everyone. They are really only for superfans and employees. So, what is the right way to invite someone […]

Own Your Name Before Someone Else Does!

Fear is a powerful motivator. And fear is exactly what I felt when Dan Cristo told me to buy DinoDogan.com before someone else does. Imagine, he said, if someone owned your name and put up a porn site. Would you be ok with that? Hellz no, I wouldn’t be ok with that. So, immediately I […]

The Rise of the Creative Class at IBM’s #SmarterCommerce

The term “starving artist” needs to disappear from the English lexicon. In this video, Bryan Kramer, CEO of Purematter, and I briefly discuss the origins of Triberr, and then move into the discussion on how the creative class will rule to world. Technology has enabled bloggers to publish their work directly to consumer, and even […]

Destination Focused Tribe Building Strategy for Bloggers

Initially, Triberr was built to enable bloggers who use Twitter to group up with one another and share each other’s content across their respective Twitter audiences. But imagine for a second, if Triberr enabled bloggers to connect their email lists and enable cross-promotion that way. It wouldn’t have worked. Why? Email lists are closely guarded, […]

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