An Intro To Tribe Building!
I hope that you’re having an awesome day.
The best way that I know of, to easily build an awesome social media group, is by starting a blogging tribe.
In this email I intend on sharing my detailed experience with starting three different blog tribes, because I honestly believe that blog tribes are very powerful marketing resources, and I would like to brainstorm all about blog tribes with you right now.
But first, I’d like to quickly talk about why your passion for blogging and writing is more important than any particular blog tribe itself.
Because writing is one of my favorite hobbies, and I’ve loved writing for as long as I can remember. That’s the main reason why I have always been addicted to publishing blog content, it’s because I love to write.
If you want an awesome blog tribe that rocks, you have to be excited about blogging. One of the best ways to get excited about blogging, is to love writing, yes, but it’s also to remember the many potential benefits of having your own blog.
In My Opinion There Are So Many Benefits To Blogging
For example blogging allows me to express my thoughts and creativity, which is a very emotionally healthy thing to do.
Blogging also allows me to brainstorm and expound upon virtually any topic that I wish while also trying my best to help other people and connect with them at the same time.
Blogging is also a powerful mechanism upon which to promote your online courses, your books, your affiliate links, your lead capture page, your sales funnels, your social media profiles, or absolutely anything that you have in mind.
In any event, if you love to blog as much as I do, then I absolutely encourage you to learn more about blog tribes.
I run three different blog tribes, and it helps to get eyeballs on my blog content, and I also learn a lot of cool tips just by reading content from my fellow tribe-mates.
What Is A Blog Tribe And How Do They Work?
I use Triberr which is a company that I use for free. As of today, you can start three blog tribes for free. If you wish to build more blog tribes, then you must upgrade to a premium Triberr account. Personally, I just have a free account, though I do agree that Triberr has some really cool premium features.
The way a Triberr blog tribe functions is simple. Triberr allows you to connect your blog RSS feed to your Blog Tribe, so that every time you publish a new blog post, the Blog Tribe gets updated with your new content from your Blog’s RSS feed automatically.
So now every time you publish a new blog post, your Blog Tribe is automatically updated with your new blog post. So a blog tribe acts as a really cool way to share your content.
A very important feature of a Blog Tribe is that you can invite other bloggers to share their content on your Blog Tribe as well. Also, other members may follow your Blog Tribe too. So a Blog Tribe can get both members, who can participate and share their content, and also followers, who simply receive updates from all Blog Tribe-Mates.
In other words, you can invite fellow bloggers, also known as “Tribe Mates” to your Blog Tribe, so that everyone can contribute their new blog posts to the Tribe.
Another very important feature is the ability to share Blog Tribe content directly to your social media accounts, and to queue sharing by using a single click. This makes it so your fellow Tribe Mates can share your content with the click of a button, and you can also share theirs.
This sounds complicated, but it’s super easy. To put it very simply, Blog Tribes allow you and your blogging colleagues to centralize and share one another’s blog posts.
Once You Have A Blog Tribe, You Can Simply Invite Other Bloggers To Your Tribe, And Then You Can Support One Another.
You’ve heard the cliche that there’s power in numbers, right?
Well, that isn’t always the case to be honest (I’m the epic contrarian afterall), but in this case, it’s totally true.
Each time I write a blog post, it usually gets shared at least a few times by my fellow Tribe Mates, and I also try my best to share their content as well on Twitter and LinkedIn.
So not only do I get a little help promoting my blog posts, but I also try to help other Tribe Mates promote their stuff as well.
When you have a Blog Tribe, everyone wins; because you get fresh content that you can share on your social media profiles, and you can even get your content read and shared by your fellow tribe mates.
Starting a Blog Tribe is super simple. You can register on Triberr.com, that’s Triberr with two rrs. Once you register, you can connect your Blog RSS Feed, and then start interacting with all of the other nerdy bloggers out there.
Here’s How I Got Started With My 3 Blog Tribes.
When I first got started, I literally spent an entire day outreaching to different bloggers on Triberr, and inviting as many bloggers as I could to my three Blog Tribes.
Now, as a result, my three blog tribes are stuffed with a ton of fresh content each and every day, and the tribes have a massive reach well into the millions.
Which means, that the Tribe Mates have an accumulative social media following well into the millions, which is a really cool and exciting statistic!
In any event, if you ever start a Blog Tribe, please let me know; I’d love to become a contributor, and I usually share blog posts on my Twitter account at least two times per day, so there’s a good chance that I could help spread the word about your content.
I also invite you to follow my three Blog Tribes. The best way to find them, is to visit MrComputerScience.com, and then click on “About”. After you click on “About”, simply scroll down to where I have my social media links, including links to my Blog Tribes and also my Pinterest Group Board.
In any event, I thank you so much for checking this out, and hope that you enjoy the rest of your day; make it count.
Thank You So Much For Checking This Out!
In this document I tried to tell all about my 3 Blog Tribes.
Blog Tribes are easily one of my favorite content marketing methods for my blog, and I always encourage all of my students to start their own Blog Tribes.
It’s a great way to network with like-minded folks, and it can also be a great way to get eyeballs on your blog content.
If you ever have any questions, or simply want to brainstorm, then please never hesitate to contact me.
I’ve got your back!
Until then, stay awesome, and please have an amazing day.
Cordially and humbly yours…