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 into your Atomic Tribe? The Right Way A subtle Call to Action on the bottom of the post, in the form of a text, the way Adam C. did it in this post. (see image below) A very bold and obvious call to action the Read more
Every tribe needs a blog, and a social network assigned to it. You can assign 1 blog, and 1 of each social network (meaning 1 Twitter, 1 Facebook and 1 LinkedIn account). To assign a social network to a tribe, first click the “Settings” link under your Account drop down. On the settings page, select the “Social Networks” tab. On the Social Networks page, click the “Assign Tribes” button. Next to each tribe, select which social network you would like to assign to that tribe. As soon as you make your selection, the selection is saved. So once you are Read more
A tribe will typically have many followers, and only a handful of members. To become a member, the Chief must either send you a tribe invite, or if you are always a follower of the tribe, they can promote you to a member from with in the tribe. To promote a follower to a member: Navigate to the tribe. Click on the “Members” tab Click on the “Action” drop down next to the member you want to promote Select “Make Member”
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.