Friday, September 22, 2017

Tribe Internet Organization 101

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Organizing is what you do before you do something,
so that when you do it, it’s not all mixed up.
(A.A. Milne, English author and creator of Winnie-the-Pooh)
Are you a Tribe Internet Marketer?

Do you find yourself going to bed at night thinking to yourself “Did I leave someone out, did I get all my retweets in today?”

As your tribe grows, you may find it increasingly more difficult to keep up with who is done and who isn’t. I spent a lot of time looking for a system, trying to put together something myself, but it just wasn’t coming together.

Then I thought about a great program that I was already using called Social Oomph The whole concept started off slowly, but as I started getting in the grove every morning, it got easier and easier to stay organized. I know there’s a lot more that can be done with this program, and I’m looking into that right now, but for now, this is a start.

As I learn more stuff I’ll add more videos to this page, but for right now, watch this video and start to get yourself organized. If you enjoy it, please retweet it and comment below.

Enjoy!

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42 Responses to “Tribe Internet Organization 101”
  1. Beth Allen says:

    On my list of things to by this weekend is to get social oomph set up, so this is just what I needed to see right now!

    I can see from your tutorial how powerful this tool is, and I really appreciate all the tips! Thanks so much, Debbie!
    .-= Beth Allen´s last blog ..The Importance of Balance for Truly Radiant Health =-.

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  2. Kathy Jodrey says:

    Debbie,

    This is a great tip. We all know that organization can be one of our biggest challenges.

    What I’m wondering about this strategy is…when you’re retweeting someone’s blog post through SocialOomph, does the retweet button on their blog update? If not, do you recommend retweeting through each person’s blog first, so their tweetmeme numbers will increase?

    Thanks…
    .-= Kathy Jodrey´s last blog ..How To Add Facebook Fan Page to Blog In Less than 5 Minutes =-.

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    Debbie Reply:

    No it doesn’t Kathy, and that’s a good point. I ALWAYS visit the blogs too and either retweet or comment so something is left there also. It’s just more of an easy way to get them all done at one time if you’re in a hurry, rather than going to each individual blog, when you can do it later when you have more time.

    Great point! Thanks for mentioning that!

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  3. Edward says:

    Great tips Debbie. Never knew that you could use SocialOomph this way.
    Thanks for sharing this with us.
    Make it a great day!
    God Bless,
    -ed

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  4. Steve says:

    Hey Debbie
    This is a great training that you put together. I know that for me, Social Oomph has been a great tool to use and has really helped me to keep things organized. I also like the fact that once you set it up, you know that it’s good and you do not have to worry about the Tweets or whatever you are doing.
    Talk later.
    Steve
    .-= Steve´s last blog ..Reactive vs Proactive – There Is A Major Difference For Your Business =-.

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  5. Phil Jackson says:

    This is a great training on automating your tweets. Very helpful, timely content. I’ll be using it myself.
    .-= Phil Jackson´s last blog ..Online Marketing Classes Part 1 – The Big Picture =-.

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  6. Matthew says:

    Hey Debbie,

    Great training you put together on Social Oomph. It’s one of the most powerful techniques to keep your Twitter account running super smooth!
    .-= Matthew´s last blog ..Global Verge – Global Verge Is Creating Quite The Stir =-.

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  7. Marcus Baker says:

    Hi Debbie,

    I like your relaxed tone in the video because it helps us to learn too! Your post reminded me that I have not used Social Oomph since they changed the name so a return visit from me is well overdue. Thank you.

    ~Marcus Baker~
    Home Business Coach
    .-= Marcus Baker´s last blog ..The Top 7 Secrets of Network Marketing Millionaires =-.

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  8. Debbie,
    Any time-saving tips are truly appreciated! You’re organization of Social Oomph is one of those that will cut the tweeting time by a wide margin. I’ll begin using it now:)
    .-= Darlene Davis´s last blog ..Mother Teresa & The Taxi Cab Driver =-.

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  9. Chip Wilson says:

    Debbie –

    I have used socialoomph on occasion, but never really connected it with “tribing”. You have got my mind running.

    I also like Onlywire for simplifying things for our tribe. They have a plug-in for firefox that makes things easy. We can go to our tribemates’ pages and click on an Onlywire Icon in the upper right corner and distribute their content to FB, twitter and a couple of dozen other social and bookmarking sites – all with a single click!

    It is a big timesaver…

    Take care. I look forward to your next post!

    Chip
    .-= Chip Wilson´s last blog ..Why Your Personal Economy Is Critical To Your Freedom =-.

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  10. Bill Cowan says:

    Hi Debbie, Thank for this information. I just finished a book called “Tribes” and with your blogs here, I think I’m going to be able to get a good start this year. Thanks again!
    .-= Bill Cowan´s last blog ..Obesity Trends in the United States =-.

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  11. Awesome, It is easier than it looks to get the feed going. Great tutorial Debbie. Adding this to my list of faves.
    .-= Patrick McIntosh´s last blog ..One Shot One Dream! =-.

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  12. Hi Debbie!

    This is such a helpful post! I have been using SocialOomph, but not in this way. Great idea! I know exactly what you mean! I always worry that I left someone out. Now I can double check with having to hunt down the post.

    Clever girl!

    Nancy
    “Mentor Mama”

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  13. Hi Debbie,
    I love your site, I have been meaning to drop by for quite awhile now..your video post is quite timely.

    I find that like many I could use 48 hours in a day and your tip about Social Oomph makes perfect sense. I am part of your tribe from Facebook and didn’t even realize it until I took a look a Dave Cook’s spreadsheet…hopefully I can now get more organized and spend the time to get to know this great group of people.

    Glad to have finally stopped in…cheers

    Jackie
    .-= Jackie Bigford´s last blog ..Hope for Haiti – Global Village Foundation Update =-.

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  14. Fantastic vid, Debbie!

    I just realized that I hadn’t logged on to my SocialOomph account in months! Thanks for the primer…I’m off to go get re-acquainted with it again! :)

    Heather
    .-= Heather Taskovics´s last blog ..THANK YOU!!!! – Living A Life Of Gratitude =-.

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  15. You know…it has been months for me too since I have been to my SocialOomph account as well. I am going to have to get that back up and running and use these great tips…thanks Deb!
    .-= Bruce Backman´s last blog ..Crush It–musings inspired by Gary Vaynurchuk’s book on following your Passion with a passion =-.

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  16. Hi Debbie,

    Looks like a great post! I haven’t been able to watch the video yet as I’m on my other computer but judging by all the comments, it looks great and I will bookmark it on my FB profile and watch it tomorrow.

    Are you on Skype? I’d like to connect with you if we aren’t already.

    My skype ID is gavmountford

    Keep up the great work, I’ve got your RSS feed in my Google Reader now so I can see when you make new posts.

    Thanks
    Gavin Mountford

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    Debbie Reply:

    Thanks Gavin! I hope you enjoy the video when you get to watch it. I added you to my skype yesterday. Let me know if you see me. I’m around all night tonight if you want to skype me. Not sure of the time zone differences, but you can give it a shot. I’m in the EST.

    Looking forward to chatting with you!

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  17. Great post on how to use Social Oomph to keep your tribe organized. I’ve been using it for awhile now, and it’s not only kept me sane but helps that I don’t miss RT or posts from special groups. I’ll share this on my FB wall, too. Thanks for the tips!

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  18. Debbie, thanks so much for this post! I’m new at all of this, so I’m enjoying learning from all of you veterans on TSA! I created a Social Oomph account after watching this!
    .-= Judy Zavislak´s last blog ..Healthy Chocolate Peppermint Patty Drink Recipe =-.

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  19. Linda G Cox says:

    I need more information! I don’t even know how to set up my tribe in social Oomph! As soon as I figure that out I’ll do it! I believe in the tribe concept! I can see it working for me, I need to learn so I can give back!!
    I really like this post, I just need the first step! It looks like everyone already knows the first step~ I’ll retweet it for those that do!
    .-= Linda G Cox´s last blog ..Power of Thoughts and the Written Word =-.

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    Debbie Reply:

    Thanks Linda! Glad you like it. Do you have any specific questions about how to do this. I’d be glad to help.

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  20. Bill Cowan says:

    I had to re-read this one. And its the second time I’ve heard of Social Oomph….gotta check that out.
    .-= Bill Cowan´s last blog ..Motivational Tip #3 Dare To Dream =-.

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  21. Thanks Debbie, I had no idea! This information is great and I am big on “trying” to be organized so I am looking forward to setting this up.

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  22. Great tutorial Debbie. Have you seen Twaitter? It is also very good. I love these sites.It saves you so much time. Thanks.

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    Debbie Reply:

    No Bev, have not seen that one. Is it better than this one?

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  23. Kat Krug says:

    Thanks, Deb, for this great time saving an organizational tip. I can ALWAYS use organizational tips!

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  24. Hey Debbie,
    Thanks for sharing about Social Oomph. I have many friends who use this tool as well. Personally, I use HootSuite…it’s kind of a cross between Social Oomph and Tweet Deck. I find it very helpful in organizing my tribe activities.
    Krista
    .-= Krista Abbott´s last blog ..GoDaddy: WordPress Incompatibility with Windows Platform =-.

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  25. Awesome. As an artist whose mission is helping artists get online to get noticed, I really, really reccomend Social Oomph. I’ll keep your video in mind when giving suggestions. I just taught a Twitter workshop on how valuable it can be, so I’m pleased to see you offering this great information online where it can really help a lot of people.
    .-= Katana Barnett´s last blog ..Comment on Autumn Moon: Remembering Artwork from Childhood by Katana Barnett =-.

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  26. Debbie says:

    Thanks Katana, I think it’s a great tool and really easy to use if you just play with it for a bit.

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  27. Lesly says:

    Wow. I had no idea stuff like this existed! But then again – why not! I’m just the slow one! LOL. Thank you Debbie

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  28. Clint White says:

    Great job getting the word out about Social Ommph. I absolutely love it.
    .-= Clint White´s last blog ..What is a Favicon and Why You Need One =-.

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  29. Linnea says:

    Hi Debbie,

    Terrific post on Social Oomph. I know that I just love it and wouldn’t want to do without. Thanks for adding great value!
    .-= Linnea´s last blog ..Does “Tribing” Pay =-.

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  30. Hi Debbie, I love be organised so your title appealed to me straight away. I already use social oomph but hadn’t realise it can so some of the things you showed me here. Many thanks I am off to integrate this new learning.
    Belinda
    .-= belinda cunningham´s last blog ..What is a favicon and how can I get one =-.

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  31. Great idea. There are a couple of site that you can use to set up your syndications and tweets but it always helps to see a video on them. I currently just I-Google to keep up with the blogs I like, but it does not give me the option to post my syndications. Thanks for sharing this.

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  32. I love Social Oomph I’ve been using it along time. But I seem to move in and out of using it effectively. Thanks for the great tutorial. Off to tweet!
    .-= Debbie Lattuga´s last blog ..Best Idea for Humanity =-.

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    Debbie Reply:

    Hey Deb. Thanks for visiting and commenting! Can’t wait to be in touch again. Really enjoyed talking to you last time we chatted.

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  33. Brett Wash says:

    This is a great site. Nice work. Great read

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    Debbie Reply:

    Thanks Brett, I appreciate your comment!

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  34. I have never used SocialOomph. I will have to check it out!

    I have been using Tweetdeck to schedule my tweets up to now.
    .-= Kevin Martineau´s last blog ..What are you putting off doing because it isnt convenient for you =-.

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    Debbie Reply:

    Kevin, you will love social Oomph. It makes everything really easy when you’re syndicating!

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  35. Had a good look over your site and will pass it to my students.

    All good stuff

    Regards

    Harry

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