Here is the training I did for my team on TribePro
Here is the cheat sheet from the presentation:
1) Look for high amount of shares from members. This indicates they are very likely to auto syndicate you without even asking them.
2) Do a Lot of follow and Autosyndicate
maximum of 4. (auto syndicate)
first 4 gets you 4 pts. after the 4th pt it's .25pt.
3) your going to need a pro or plus plan.
post content at 10 pts plus tie in onlywire
Visit D3T – Double Tap The Traffic
4) Post content daily
5) MLSP is NOT a global tribe.
– add content there it will not appear in other automatically
Post in MLPS then Post in D3T.
6) you will need a
PAID onlywire account. you free 300 month
*update 9/8/2011* – You will need to update from the onlywire account and use the much better and cheaper buzzify.it account as it doesn't have overage charges (best link for buzzify.it)
2,500 – 5,000
cost – monthly $25 (bought for the year) + onlywire $20
7) do NOT link
ONLYWIRE buzzify.it to your Facebook or blog through members. it's okay to autosyndicate your own stuff but NOT linking it to tribe where people will blast your account.
8) don't spend more than 45min a day on tribe. When your on full auto you should spend less than 10min a week.
9) do your keyword research FIRST BEFORE writing content
I use Market Samurai and a couple other tools.
10) go ahead and use youtube videos and/or MLSP article site
I Like Automation and I want to OWN a business not Run one.
Cris & Camilo · May 27, 2011 at 2:48 pm
Tribe has been good to me. But with the new changes, it looks like I’ll be upgrading to the 10,000/mo plan. I wish there was an easy way to see how many times a day people are posting. I’m averaging 400+ shares a day, which will eat up your OnlyWire credits pretty quickly.
I’m probably going to “audit” my auto-syndication list and clear out abusers. And in the meantime, I will syndicate to a few less sites to curb the credit consumption.
Lawrence Tam · May 27, 2011 at 3:04 pm
i’m close to needing the next step above 10,000. i think it’s 25,000. I’m prune back the “non tribe friendly” members as I did a blast to all of them that i was auto syndicating to. I’m avg about 800 now but I should be able to cut that down.
but a disturbing find is that top people with shares are no longer using tribe. most of them are longer time users and wonder if there is something they aren’t telling us newer members.
Cris & Camilo · May 30, 2011 at 3:30 pm
That’s interesting. Like I keep saying, I haven’t been doing this long enough to quantify ROI yet. But I’m curious to see how this plays out. Still not sold on Kstats accuracy vs. GA. Too broad of a disparity.
I thinking of pruning my auto-syndication list to those who share to 10+ sites. I will gladly match that as long as they’re not posting too many times a day.
Lawrence Tam · May 30, 2011 at 3:35 pm
i’m testing the system to certain limits. overall i don’t think the sheer number of sites is the big draw to traffic. sure they might act like backlinks but the real traffic comes from the higher tier social sites which i’m gathering information now.
my sever lists traffic seems to be closer to my kstats traffic then google analytics.