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In the upper right, click on your Account, then click on Profile. Locate one of your posts and click Stats link. This will show the number of first level shares (doesn’t show re-shares), as well as traffic.
A Featured post is an experiment in monetization. We are hyper protective of your time and attention, so the Featured content is always valuable and vetted content published on a high quality blog. Let us know if you like it, hate it, or feel indifferent about it in the comments section.
RSS (Real Simple Syndication) is a way by which Triberr imports your new posts and presents them to your tribemates for sharing. So, it’s very important that your RSS is configured correctly. You can find your RSS feed’s address in few different ways. Look for the RSS Icon If you have RSS, it will usually be visible somewhere on your blog as an RSS icon. It looks like this: Click on it and copy/paste the URL from the address bar into Triberr’s Settings. WordPress Discovering the URL for your RSS feed on WordPress is usually pretty easy. It’s either http://your_domain_name.com/feed Read more
Vanity URLs allow you to create a custom URL for your profile. For example, your current profile URL on Triberr may be something long and complicated like: http://triberr.com/pages/profile.php?pid=193483 a vanity URL could be something much shorter and cleaner like: http://triberr.com/myname Both URLs would show to the same content, but the vanity URL is much easier to remember and share. Frequently Asked Questions Q) When can I claim my vanity URL? A) All members can claim their URL on Monday, July 22nd. Prime members will have exclusive early access starting today.
Triberr shares approved posts to your connected social networks every 15 minutes by default. However, you can change this. First, click on Settings. Finally, change to desired posting frequency. Your approved posts will now be shared at your new scheduled time.
If you already have a Triberr account which you’ve connected a social media profile to, say your Twitter account, logging in with a different social media profile, like your Facebook, will actually create a 2nd, new Triberr account. Creating multiple accounts is confusing, difficult to manage, and is against Triberr’s terms of service. It’s best to consolidate those multiple accounts. At the moment, there is no “merge account” feature. To consolidate your Triberr accounts Log out of Triberr Decide which Triberr account you want to keep, and which one you want to delete Login to Triberr using the social media login you Read more
Click “Settings” from the account drop down in the blue bar at the top of the site. Edit the “Full Name” field under the “Profile” tab which is open by default. Click “Save Settings” to save your changes.
By default, your Triberr profile header will look something like this. It behooves you to change it to something cool, like this. Or this. And here’s how to do it. Create an image that’s 770px x 310px in size. Go to your profile page, like so. And click on the Upload button located in the upper right corner of the header image. Upload the image you created (770x310px) by clicking on Add Files, and click to Refresh your profile page. And just like that, you’re one of the cool kids 🙂
Triberr uses Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn to securely manage logging into the site. This makes the site very secure, but it also means we rely on these services for site access. If there are problems with a service’s API, or account, it can cause difficulty logging into Triberr. Don’t worry though, we have an easy work around. Since we don’t store passwords, there’s no need to reset your password. Rather, we’ll send you a temporary password so you can login instantly. 1. Enter the email address you registered with Triberr 2. Check your email for an Instant Login link 3. Read more