Just over a week ago, I returned from my trip to Las Vegas where I attended the New Media Expo. This is an event that has been around for a long time and this was my first year attending it.
Below are some short on-the-spot interviews that with people or companies that I found interesting. I hope you find them helpful.
By far, my favorite discovery was a company called Triberr.
Triberr is the creation of Dan Cristo and Dino Dogan and in the video below, you are going to hear Dino tell me why Triberr is worth paying attention to.
(apologies for the sound quality on all the videos. It was a very noisy environment)
I have to admit, that I think the Triberr concept is pretty terrific because it gives anyone (person or company) with a blog the power to easily accomplish the following:
Publish quality content
Distribute your content to other blogs
Increase traffic to your blog
Provide social proof
I’ve recently started to use Triberr right here on Bright Ideas because, after interviewing Mike Stelzner, I learned that he publishes content 6 days a week. He told me that in the early days of the Social Media Examiner, they tested all sorts of publishing variations and regardless of what they did, one thing was always clear; more content = more traffic.
Not really surprising, is it?
So, why don’t we all publish content every day? Because it’s a lot of work!
In my case, I’m working on a software startup, as well as creating a new WordPress plugin for local marketing consultants. With a workload like that, there is no way that I can publish content every day.
With Triberr and a couple of Tribemates, I’ll easily be able to publish as much high quality content as I want.
In case you are wondering, a tribemate is just someone who’s joined my tribe (in Triberr) and by doing so, assuming we each have the Triberr plugin installed, we are able to “reblog” each other’s content with the click of a button.
To see how it works, watch this short video below.
If you’d like to see an example of a recent reblog of someone else’s content here on Bright Ideas, click here. Notice that the post has proper attribution as well as comments from both Bright Ideas and the original author’s blog.
In case you haven’t already guess, not only can I reblog my tribemate’s content here, but they can also reblog my content on their blogs; all with the click of just one button.
For those of you who are wondering whether or note reblogging is considered duplicate content, let me assure you that it isn’t. The reason for that is because attribution exists. For a more detailed explanation of this, please read this post.
If you’d like to join my tribe, please go grab yourself a free account at Triberr and then search for a tribe called Professional B2B Marketers and Digital Agency Owners.
If you are looking for a way to stream live video on the web, uStream is the leader in the field. I haven’t tried this yet, but plan to at some point.
If you are looking for a very inexpensive way to buy traffic for your site, this is a video that you should watch. I was surprised at how cheap it was for clicks.
If you need content for your site, then this video is one that you will want to watch.
What Do You Think?
Please share you thoughts in the comments below. If you have some tools and resources that you love, please let us know.
http://brightideas.co/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/triberr.jpeg200200Trent Dyrsmidhttp://brightideas.co/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/BI-Logo-2015-V6.jpgTrent Dyrsmid2013-01-17 06:00:042015-12-07 17:38:42My Trip to NMX Blogworld in Las Vegas