I just joined Triberr. What do I need to know?

By Dino Dogan March 12, 2014 8 Comments

The first thing I do when I wake up, I check my email to see if anyone needs immediate Triberr support.

This is usually an easy thing to catch up with. Few emails that come in over night usually ask about a singular specific problem which I can solve by sending them somewhere on help.triberr.com

But yesterday, a new Triberr user emailed me with a slew of questions, all of them good, but it was just too many to answer in one email without getting it all muddled up. Here’s that email.

sandy khan

Plus, I didn’t have my coffee yet, so I suggested we connect on Skype so I can answer all of her questions and make sure nothing gets lost in translation.

Sandy was game.

So, here it is. We cover all of the questions asked above plus some stuff that makes Triberr different from all other social networks. Enjoy.

You can connect with Sandy on Twitter, or check out her YouTube channel.

Dino Dogan

Dino is the Founder of Triberr, a refugee from Bosnia, and professional speaker with a real job. His real title is Global Force for Badassery.

  • Dino, posts like this is what makes me love you so very, very much. I’m consistently amazed at how you turn every question, complain, or concern into an opportunity to move Triberr forward in such a way that WE WANT TO MOVE WITH YOU. Your personal interest and involvement in your end-users makes you feel like a friend and teacher as opposed to an entrepreneurial business owner. You should really figure out how to bottle up your enthusiasm and humor, and sell it, because you’d make a mint. xoxo

  • awh…thnx 🙂

    And were you yelling at me on twitter because of the explosion in NYC? You are so super sweet to worry 🙂 We’re far enough from the city to be safe, and Dan is working from home today, him and Ralph are plotting the next big feature on skype as we speak 🙂

  • Yep, that’s exactly why I was yelling to you! My geography of NY is sketchy so anything that happens in the entire state becomes a possibility for harm to those I care about. I imagine my understanding of the streets and how they are laid out is somewhat similar to how someone on the East Coast pictures Ohio… somewhere in the Mid-West with all those other Middle-of-America states. At least, that’s how I felt about Ohio before I moved here. Couldn’t even find it on the map! lolz!!! Glad you’re all okay. That was my biggest concern.

  • Dino, you are a bit of a legend aren’t you?!

  • 🙂

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  • Hi
    I am also fresher in triberr.com i dont know how to start and share my blog post in triberr

  • SuperFrenchT

    Super Helpful Video! Thanks for sharing Dino. You made everything so much clearer. Loved how your called your Blog “Your Home”

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