Each member of Triberr joins a Tribe of like-content bloggers. There are a number of tribes for book bloggers and authors. You can find some highly specialized tribes and you are not limited to being a member of only one tribe. If you do have a niche blog you may find it beneficial to belong to a specialized tribe and a general book blogger tribe for the most exposure. Tribe members commit to share each other's blog content with their networks. Note some tribes have rules about how many shares you must do each day/week/month while others do not. Each tribe sets their own guidelines so make sure you check them out before joining.
You may be wondering if all members are doing is sharing blog posts why you would need Triberr. Sure, you may have a few loyal followers who occasionally tweet your post or share a link on Facebook, but it is the ease and connections that make Triberr so great. While you may have to convince your readers to share your content, the members of the tribe are in the same boat as you and better than your average reader understand the importance of sharing a post with a larger audience (their network).
Triberr streamlines that process by making it simple to locate like-content bloggers and share content. It uses your sites RSS feed to pull the content from your blog into your tribe's stream.
Twitter and/or Facebook. Under settings, members can specify how often these posts are sent. By clicking the Share button, members are given more options:
A precaution to using Triberr... Keep in mind high volumes of promotional posts to Twitter, Facebook, and StumbleUpon can have adverse effects on your influence within your network. One way I avoid over-sharing is by scheduling all my tweets through Hootsuite. If you take a look at the first picture again,
For Triberr to work for you, you must be an active participant. Even with tribes that do not have sharing thresholds, most members have a "you share mine, I'll share yours" mentality. If you aren't actively sharing posts on your social media networks for other members of the tribe then it is likely that your content will not be shared either.
Also, make sure your content is the best it can be. A tweet, a like on Facebook, a LinkedIn update, a stumble - all reflect on the one who is sharing it. While it may not be a full endorsement, many do think it is a recommendation at the least. Good content shares = "this person knows/shares great things", follows him/her, network reach increased. Bad content shares = "this person knows nothing, I don't have time to sort through crap", stops following him/her, network reach decreased.