Triberr is a beast.
A good beast that is. It’s breaking down the Iron Curtain, so to speak, and allowing all bloggers to play on equal footing.
After using Triberr for around two months now, I thought I’d take the time to document some of my Triberr statistics – and hopefully use this post as a soundboard of growth for some of you who are beginning to use the Triberr service.
The question of the post is: How much traffic do you get from Triberr?
This post isn’t going to be long, but I felt like it was something useful to be shared.
My Triberr Statistics
- 728 visits coming from 15 blog posts sent through Triberr.
- An average of 50 visitors coming from Triberr for each blog post.
- As of June 13th, 2011 I have a Triberr reach of 717,777.
Recently I was invited into a few Tribes that have an incredible reach. My last blog post, why do you comment on blogs, was the very first to be sent using such a large reach. I’m still waiting on the statistics of this post, but expect it to be much higher than the average fifty calculated above.
Increase Your Triberr Traffic
I feel like my Triberr statistics could be greater, so I’m going to work on doing the following.
- Use snazzier blog post titles.
- Release my posts at optimum Twitter times. (for me this is midday, Pacific time)
- Follow and comment on the blogs of all those whom Tweet my posts.
- Smile. Who can’t when using Triberr?!
While the above steps are generally well accepted in the blogging community as “good blogging practices” they translate well into Triberr also.
A Few Questions
I have a few questions for you. It would please me if you answered, my friends.
- What traffic are you seeing from Triberr?
- What have you done to see statistical improvements?
- Is your Triberr system set to manual or auto?
- Do you use the new “inbreeding” system?
Looking forward to your comments.
All in all – I’m really enjoying the service. It’s phenomenal. If you’d like an invite yourself – feel free to email me. I’d be happy to get you started in the “Smartastic” tribe.
Stay tuned for another post in the coming weeks on the reasons why I love Triberr.