Use Twitter to drive traffic to your blog: A how-to interview with Triberr co-founder, Dino Dogan
This is a post by Novel Publicity staffer Pavarti K. Tyler
Recently I was invited to join a “tribe.” Having no idea what this was, I of course immediately said yes. I'm always willing to try new things, as evidenced by my unfortunate foray into inch long hair and purple hair dye as a teen.
When I received my invite I navigated my way over to the Triberr website and set myself up. I added my Twitter Account, my blog's RSS feed and forgot about it. That is until I posted something on my blog and was blown away.
Within one day of my new post every person in my new tribe had tweeted about it and the traffic to my blog tripled. Tripled! The value of that expanded reach is immeasurable to a small Indie Author like myself.
I went about setting up a small tribe of my own and invited a handful of authors to join me. What I have found is that while the automatic tweeting of each other's post is great it's important to be judicious about what you post and when. Even though both tribes I belong to are full of people I'm happy to retweet, in order to avoid overwhelming my twitter stream I have it set to manual so I can approve or delete each individual tweet. I know people who do it both ways, and the key is to surround yourself with tribe mates you would support and re-tweet even without Triberr.
Recently I had the opportunity to chat with Dino Dogan, on of the creators of Triberr. Check out our chat here:
About this post's author:
Pavarti K Tyler is an artist, wife, mother and number-cruncher and has been committed to causing trouble since her first moment on this Earth. Her eclectic career has flirted with Broadway, teaching, law Firms and the IRS. She is currently consulting with Novel Publicity while hard at work establishing her Indie Publishing Company Fighting Monkey Press. Pavarti’s debut novel, Two Moons of Sera is a Fantasy/Romance and will be released in serial format beginning November 2011. Her next novel, Shadow on the Wall, is a work of literary fiction and is scheduled for release in early 2012. You can follow her on Facebook,Twitter, or her website.