by Stan Faryna
Blog Soup 2011.11.05. Sign of Noah, Social Media, and Business as Usual
Jack Steiner says that things aren’t any worse or better than they ever were. Keep the course, I suppose. Only those that hear the music are in danger of the blood thirsty mermaids that swarm around the hull with irresistible siren songs.
Triberr is on full manual. You’ll need to approve each tweet from your tribe members – if you want them to keep loving on you. I’ll be repeating this message for a few more blog soups for the obvious reasons. [grin]
I read a lot of blogs. Maybe, too many. I comment on a lot of blog posts. Maybe, too many. If you are a Triberrati, you do too.
A Triberrati is a blogger that stands out in the Triberr community. Triberr is a web app that connects bloggers and helps them to curate each other on Twitter. You can learn all about Triberr by reading any of the following posts about it.
1. James St. John, Triberr: They Want To Change The World
2. Yomar Lopez, How Triberr Changes The Competitive Landscape
3. Neicole Crepeau, Friday Fives: Tips For Using Triberr
Gary Portnoy, Where everybody knows your name (Cheers theme song)