Dino Dogan, one of the founders of Triberr, has invented something which will hit the media in the next few days.

This bright invention allows people to join a tribe where all the people in the tribe retweet each other, meaning your messages are spread incredibly far. The one massive glitch is that you need an invite to become involved. With highly influential figures joining this phenomenon, this concept will grow, and it is actually surprising this hasn’t already been done before, much like with most inventions.

Whatever the case, you are sure to hear more of Triberr in the following months!

Find out how many people listen to you

Do you like Social Media? Are you always checking your phone or computer? I am definitely one of those people, growing my online presence as much as I can. If you use a lot of social media outlets, you may wonder who you influence, how many people, etc. You may have heard about these websites before, if not; here it goes.

I just started using Triberr, however I have a long way to go. Only reason why I joined was to see my reach (how many people I influence). It uses your account from Facebook, or Twitter. Smart systems, that I have NO IDEA how they work, analyze your data, tweets, followers, etc. From that you are given a total number of people you influence. It’s as simple as that!

My total reach is over 150 000 people.

The next website I will mention is:

I’ve been using Klout for quite some time now, a bit different format than that of Triberr. Klout allows you to add a lot of different social media outlets (Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram, etc.). From this they analyze your total influence, provide certain people that you directly influence, or those who influence you. The main thing about Klout is your Klout SCORE. This is a range from 1 to 100, obviously the higher, the better. It is tough to have a high score, you must have a very large following. 

My Klout Score is 49.

My Imaginary Blog Tribe: 3 Blogs Like Mine, But Better

I recently read an article about a blog network called Triberr, and I immediately got jealous of everyone on it. I kind of like the idea of being part of a blog community, with everyone reading and sharing each others’ content. 

Two problems, though: (1) You need to have a blog category – and I honestly have no idea what category my blog falls under. Seriously, I have no clue. It’s a problem. 

And (2) You have to constantly share each each others’ links, which means that if I join the wrong tribe just because I’m confused about my own identity, I might actually end up tweeting links to posts my Twitter peeps might not appreciate. 

So anyway, I’ve been looking around for blogs that were like mine (you know, with drawings and some sort of amusing commentary recounting personal experiences, etc) so I could try to just COPY their category – and whee! I found 3!!! 

They’re funny! and awesome! – and umm, so much better than mine. 

But what the hey. I’ve always been of the opinion that you should surround yourself with people who are better than you anyway, because they inspire you to step up and try harder. 

So here are my three top picks for my imaginary blog tribe: 

1. Books of Adam

If my blog could have a boyfriend, Books of Adam would be “THE ONE.”  This guy Adam is absolutely hilarious, and such a talented cartoonist (he even has animation!). The drawing above is from a post of his called The Tooth, which is seriously one of the funniest things I have ever read. 

2. Hyperbole and a Half

I honestly think one of the saddest days on the Internet was when Allie from Hyperbole and a Half stopped blogging. I don’t really know what happened. Her last post was about being sad. And then she just quit. (Damn you, SADNESS!!!)

But if you’ve never read her blog before, she has a ton of old posts to keep you entertained for a while. Here’s a series of drawings from her post “The God of Cake” - which is one of my all-time faves. 

Love her. :) Come back, Allie!

3. Verbal Vomit

If you liked my post about Breaking Dawn 2 (or if you just enjoy Twilight-bashing in general), you ABSOLUTELY have to read Verbal Vomit’s Team Anything-But-Edward.

It killed me. :D

Verbal Vomit also has a bunch of posts about being a hipster, and some other really funny stories, so it’s another extremely entertaining read. I particularly liked this one about when she and her BFF were kids, and bizarrely obsessed with lint

Too funny. ;)

So, cool! I have a tribe! 

Umm, no, not really. Because sadly, my blog BFF’s don’t really post that often. Adam posts maybe twice a month, Verbal Vomit about once a month, and Allie of H&aH – well, not since she got sad. In 2011.

So if we really were a tribe, our meetings would look something like this on most days.


Oh well, whatevs. Go check out my imaginary blog besties anyway. I guarantee you’ll love them. And if you find any more blogs like mine, please let me know! My tribal tent is always open. :)
46 Brilliant Bloggers Talk About Triberr

Allison Boyer, writer for BlogWorld Expo Blog, featured Triberr - a blogging platform - as part of the Brilliant Bloggers series.

Triberr is regarded as, “The Reach Multiplier.”

46 “Brilliant Bloggers” talk about Triberr - their testimonial posts are featured within the article.  Triberr founders Dan Cristo & Dino Dogan are still working on the invite-only beta, but so far, have won awards and have some of the best and brightest blogging minds on-board. 

Keri Jaehnig of Idea Girl Media (@connectyou) is one mentioned.

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