What is Triberr? Do you use it?
On an advice article for getting your writing out there, one of the recommendations was to use Triberr. I made an account to check it out, and am really not too sure as to what it is or how effective it is. Does any one have any experience with this site?
I do not use it. Its main purpose seems to be drawing more traffic, or 'tribermates', to your blog through RSS. It seems to be connected with Twitter and Wordpress.
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