Founder of Triberr. Lousy Martial Artist & recovering Engineer. Pretty good songwriter, dog trainer & a biz blogger. And, global force for badassery.
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Sorry Carol for using your stie to test. Also, good work, Margie :-)
My latest conversation: How To Trick Bloggers Into Linking To You
2 weeks, 1 day ago on Is Social Media Really Homogeneous White Milk?
@AlaskaChickBlog That sounds awesome. We are all about Triberr retreats, and Alaskan retreat sounds like a great time :-)
3 weeks ago on Soulati Media On The Street with @Triberr @DinoDogan
@HotBlogTips Fair points. Let me try and address them.
Scraping can happen with or without reblog. But with reblog, the authorship is reblogged along with the post, so the author bio is clearly displayed under the content. It would be hard for anyone who is paying just a tiny bit of attention to be unclear as to who wrote the post.
Also, the comments get reblogged as well, so there's zero loss of engagement.
As for the reblogger, if you mix it with original content, you essentially end up with Huffington Post model. HuffPo syndicated a ton of content that was published elsewhere and publishes some original stuff too. HuffPo most certainly doesnt get punished by google. Google LOVES frequent postings. Mashable posted 52 posts yesterday, most of the syndicated.
Hope that helps clear some things up :-)
3 weeks, 3 days ago on Take Triberr to the Next Level with Reblogging!
What. A. Blast. :-)
1 month ago on The Moments That Made Social Slam 2013 Momentous
We are happy to be useful to you, Dave :-)
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1 month ago on I’m David Brier, Chief Gravity Defyer of DBD International, and This is How I Power My Business
@KDillabough @dinodogan @Soulati | B2B Social Media Marketing Go into the tribe and click on Settings to change the name.
Congrats on starting with us so long ago...we used to use World of Warcraft guild names to generate tribe names....but yes, they can be changed :-)
1 month, 1 week ago on Soulati Media On The Street with @Triberr @DinoDogan
@KDillabough @dinodogan @Soulati | B2B Social Media Marketing
When you hover over a post, the author box pops open on the right hand side. There is a mute button there, click it and boom. They're gone form your stream.
If however you end up in a tribe where majority of people are unsuitable, leave that tribe. You may also consider taking few good eggs with you and starting your own tribe.
@KDillabough We've been wanting to build the Optimize button for a long time now, we keep getting distracted. But we'll build it soon, in the meantime, if a bloggers writes content thats not suited for your audience, and is not sharing your stuff, thats a good candidate for removal.
You control how often posts go out. Default is ummmm 25 minutes between shares, if memory serves. You can adjust it to whatever you like of course.
There is an inactivity trimer which stops importing your posts, but it's only for those who havent shared anything in over 30 days.
hope that helps :-)
Founder of Triberr
1 month, 1 week ago on Attention All Bloggers: Why aren’t you on Triberr???
Love. Her. :-)
2 months ago on #FollowFriday: Amber-Lee Dibble
This is quite a write up, dude :-)
I'm honored you took time to write such an extensive post about us :-) Excellent work, my friend :-)
2 months ago on Triberr: Blog Building for the Magic Middle
Great write up and thnx for noticing :-)
One of the things is spend all my waking hours thinking about is how do we scale the community as Triberr and Triberr team get bigger over time.
Fortunately, we have some pretty good models out there we can follow, and community members who keep us on the right track. Thank you for that :-)
2 months ago on Triberr: The Difference Between a Community and a User-Base
hey Frank...insightful stuff, man. What WILL google do, indeed.
Skype me, I have something I want to share with you. dino.dogan
2 months, 1 week ago on Google Reader and Google’s Opportunity to Win Friends
@Danny Brown haha...ooops. Yes, I knew it was MIke, but there's that other Schaffer we all know and love...hence the slip up.
Sorry Mike :-)
2 months, 1 week ago on Triberr: Turning a Crisis into Trust
It was great hanging with you, briefly as it was, at xPotomac :-)
Thank you for the kind words. I just want to add that Andres, the hidden Triberr :-) and Rackspace have been instrumental in getting us back up and running, and more importantly (almost) fully restored.
It looks like we may lose 6 users, and we'll be able to email them to let them know, maybe even make them famous :-)
Everything else has been recovered :-)
Thnx again. Also, on a somewhat unrelated matter, call me 201.403.1362 or skype me: dino.dogan
I think you're 100% correct in that fact that it was a hook.
You (or ummm, I, as it were) were correct. I went and researched every single attendee that was registered at the time of the writing my post. And I wasnt offering a platitude. The thing that struck me is that most of the attendees were in fact speakers and thought leaders in their own right.
Great recap, Shonali :-)
2 months, 2 weeks ago on Reflections on xPotomac, Civility, and Being a Hook
@jmpineda Awesome. Im looking forward to meeting everyone :-)
2 months, 3 weeks ago on Updated! 5 Things You Need to Know for xPotomac on Monday #xpotomac
@AmyMccTobin @ginidietrich @allenmireles
I WAS raised a Catholic girl, and can tell you that you can totally get over the guild ;-p
3 months ago on A Triberr Confessional
@Shonali @HowieG @AmyMccTobin Shanali, why not build your own tribe wit ONLY the people you like. BAM! :-)
Tribes are just organizational units. And the best way to control them is to make your own. :-)
And yes, cant wait to meet you next week :-)
@HowieG @shonali @ginidietrich @danperezfilms @AmyMccTobin Thats an interesting stance Dan has taken. But then again, Dan is a contrarian by nature, and I love him for it. But let's examine that complaint for a moment.
"Triberr has ruined my Twitter experience" presupposes two fallacies.
The first presupposition is that Triberr controls your level of engagement on Twitter. Which is total BS.
Triberr makes it easy to share things you would share even if there was no Triberr. Which in fact gives you MORE time to engage.
The second presupposition is that Twitter is somehow holly and infallible and shouldn't be tampered with. And I totally disagree with that.
Twitter and Facebook have stolen the conversation away from blogs, and we are stealing it back. That is Triberr's mission.
We want to turn blogs into one giant social organism, and if we ruin Twitter and Facebook in the process, I am perfectly ok with that :-)