What does inactive mean? When a tribe is labeled as “inactive” it means that you have not shared a post from anyone in that tribe in over 30 days, and your member stats has moved to “inactive”. As an inactive member, you may still interact with the tribe using the Tribe Council area, but your posts won’t be seen or shared by that tribe, and you won’t see or share posts from that tribe. How does one become inactive? A tribe is built around the active participation of all members. If you are not actively sharing content from a tribe at least Read more
If you added a post to queue prematurely, or the post is time-sensitive and its moment has passed, you can unschedule it in your Queue, by clicking on the unschedule. This will immediately unschedule the post and remove it from your queue. Alternatively, if you want to remove all scheduled items at once you can select the empty queue button located on the queue page as well.
If you’re still using the old Triberr interface, you can switch to the new in two ways. Either click on the light blue highlighted status message in your Tribal Stream, or go to Account/Try the New Triberr. See image below. While we’re in the process of migrating to the new interface, some pages may not be accessible in the new interface, and you may want to switch back to the old interface. Go to Account/Switchto Old Version. See image below.
Sharing a post on Triberr is probably one of the simplest social sharing process on the web. However, there are some nuances you should be aware of so that you can capitalise on the power of Triberr. Firstly, Triberr gives you the power to share using custom sharing settings. This means that if you have multiple social network accounts with different niche interests you can join niche specific tribes and the assign specific social networks to those tribes. The important take away is that you have the ability to create custom sharing segments on Triberr based on the different communities Read more
There are two types of post edits you can perform on Triberr. Editing Posts owned by you Editing Posts owned by others If a post is owned or authored by you (which means it’s imported into your Triberr profile) you can select the settings cog beside the headline of each post. Then a dropdown will appear providing different options. Most notable is the option to edit the headline and content of the post. When you select the edit post option you’ll be lead to a What You See Is What You Get Editor or WYSIWYG Editor. There you can make Read more
Occasionally posts don’t import to Triberr for several hours, and some of us are impatient and want them to be there immediately. If you use Triberr plugin for self-hosted WordPress, this won’t be a problem. But if not you might find an occasion where you want to manually import your posts in. Here’s how to do that. Start by going to your Triberr Settings which are up in the right corner of the page. Then click on My Blogs, visually locate the blog you want to pull your latest posts from, and then click Check Feed.
At its core, Triberr is a platform to manage groups called Tribes. A tribe is a group of people, typically bloggers, who write about the same topics. For example, if I like blogger about food, I would look for a tribe that consists of other food bloggers. Once you’ve identified a tribe to join, you can start by “following” the tribe. When you “follow” a tribe, you are joining the group as an observer. This means you can see and share blog posts from the group, but they can’t see or share your blog posts. This is like an introduction Read more
There is nothing worse than writing a blog post that nobody reads. Triberr solves that problem for bloggers by developing a community of sharing and support with other bloggers. Triberr is a new and better way to grow your blog’s readership. It’s better because it connects like minded bloggers who are interested in reading and supporting each other. This core community, or Tribe, is the secret to a successful blog. How Does Triberr Work?
Here is the lifecycle of a post within Triberr. Triberr imports a post either by crawling an RSS feed or through the Triberr WordPress Plugin The post sits in the “My Posts” page until it is ready to be scheduled. Scheduling for new posts runs every 5 minutes Triberr looks for new posts added to the database within the last 5 minutes. If it finds one, it looks at each tribe the blog is connected to, and creates tweets for each tribemate Created tweets are given a tentative schedule date for some time in the near future. If the tribemate has you Read more
A tribe consists of both members and followers. Members share their tribemates content, and their content is shared by their tribemates. In order to become a member you must either receive an invite from the tribe’s Chief, or the Chief must promote you from follower to member. Followers share their tribemates content, but their content is not seen or shared by their tribemates. Followers may join any tribe, unless that tribe is protected. They may also participate in the tribe council.