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Attention All Bloggers: Why aren’t you on Triberr???

Attention All Bloggers: Why aren’t you on Triberr??? | Social Media Headlines | Scoop.it

The value of Triberr and why Bloggers need to join the community. That's the right question! Maybe you should also join this very interesting community. [note mg]


I wrote a post last year that included Triberr called 5 Social Media Favorites from 2011. Today I wanted to take a deeper dive and try to undercover why more bloggers are not using this valuable platform.


Triberr is self described as a website for bloggers interested in increasing their reach. This reach is increased via tweets on Twitter. Triberr is so much more. It all starts at the top with Dino Dogan and Dan Cristo.


Dino is the entertaining and charismatic voice of Triberr, while Dan is more technical in nature coding away and continuously answering questions. These guys care. They care about you and your blog getting more exposure. They continue to work feverishly to provide a great environment and community. So, why aren’t you on Triberr???


Read more: http://geeklesstech.com/bloggers-why-arent-you-on-triberr/


Via Martin Gysler
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John van den Brink's comment, March 18, 2012 4:25 AM
Thank you Martin for bringing Triberrr to my attention!
Martin Gysler's comment, March 18, 2012 7:08 AM
It's my pleasure John. It seems be an interesting support for bloggers, let me know what your feeling is! Have a great Sunday :)
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21 Steps to 1,000 Visitors Per Day

21 Steps to 1,000 Visitors Per Day | Social Media Headlines | Scoop.it

Traffic is the currency of the web. The more traffic you have, the more people who will subscribe to your list, buy your products, and spread the word via social media sites like Facebook and Twitter.

During the past 7 years online I’ve built multiple sites up to 1,000+ visitors per day. With millions of visitors in our web archives, I’ve learned the hard way which traffic methods are the best and which one’s are a waste of your time. And in this article I’m going to serve them up on a silver platter.

 

Your 21-step roadmap to 1,000+ visitors per day…

Step 1: Create Insanely Useful Content!

Step 2: Syndicate Your Content Around the Web…

Step 3. Submit to Twitter....


Via Giuseppe Mauriello, Martin Gysler
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40 Social Media Curation Sites and Tools

40 Social Media Curation Sites and Tools | Social Media Headlines | Scoop.it

Last month I shared 40+ networks that you could consider depending on your niche or interests. As part of my commitment to this community, I shared that I will expand on this list througout 2012. So here is the first addition to that build! The topic- Curation!I thought I would focus on curation because a) I have a favorite site and b) there has been a lot of “press” on Pinterest as a curation tool and as a result I thought the timing was right. However before I list the sites lets talk curation.

 

What is social media curation?

 

Today, with the exponential growth of social networks and blogs, it can be overwhelming searching for information on the internet. As a result, the act of filtering, selecting, reviewing and providing commentary with a perspective on an article, or collection of articles, have become increasingly important. This is known as social media curation. Recently, I had posed the question : What is a social media curator” on Linkedin.

 

Read more: http://socialmediapearls.wordpress.com/2012/01/22/40-social-media-curation-sites-and-tools/


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Shirley Williams (appearoo.com/ShirleyWilliams)'s comment, January 22, 2012 9:26 AM
Thanks Everyone for this feedback. Just wonderful.

Robin- absolutely appreciated the feedback. I did visit all the sites to ensure that they were still in operation however missed some very important details. So thank you so much for providing the clarification needed. :))
Carey Leahy's comment, January 22, 2012 6:56 PM
Martin you need to do a little of what the article says - add your own perspective! I read the info and thought you had written it until I went to the link.
Martin Gysler's comment, January 23, 2012 3:05 AM
Hi Carey, I consider scoop.it as a tool to provide interesting information and not really as a curation tool, but, maybe you're right and I should reconsider my opinion about my approach! Thank you for your feedback.