The 8 Best Triberr Alternatives: Tried & Tested

The Best Triberr Alternatives

Are you looking for the best Triberr alternative to give your social media presence a boost?

Maybe you want to replace the content promotion functionality within triberr, the community elements or the content curation functionality.

Either way – I’ve got you covered.

In this post, I’ll break down the best Triberr alternatives that I have personally used and provide a summary of each platform so you can make an informed decision.

Let’s get started:

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Which Triberr features do you want to replace?

First, I should point out that I am still a big fan of Triberr. I still use it regularly but it does have its issues.

The difficulty is that Triberr is a unique platform so there are no direct alternatives.

It comes down to understanding Triberr’s features and which of those features you want to replace.

Triberr helps us accomplish three specific things:

  • Content promotion – Get your content shared by other social media users in your niche. This is Triberr’s most common use.
  • Content curation – Find interesting content to share with your own audience.
  • Micro communities – Create tribes and join tribes of people with similar interests.

In the case of content promotion, it doesn’t make sense to use only one tool. Each content promotion tool gives you access to a different audience so by using more of these tools, you will expand your reach further.

The best Triberr alternatives compared

Here’s a quick summary of each platform:

  1. Quuu Promote – A powerful content promotion tool that makes it easy to get your content shared. Choose to manually submit your content or shared on autopilot.
  2. Curate by Missinglettr – Find interesting content to share with your audience and promote your own content to other Missinglettr users. The core Missinglettr platform creates social media campaigns on autopilot.
  3. Tailwind Tribes – Tailwind is one of the best Pinterest marketing platforms on the market. Tailwind Tribes makes it easy to find new pins to share and get shares for your own pins.
  4. Sendible – An all-in-one social media management tool that includes strong content curation functionality.
  5. Quuu – Find engaging content to share with your audience. Connects with popular social scheduling tools like Buffer and SocialBee.
  6. Viral Content Bee – Another useful content promotion tool.
  7. Flipboard – A content aggregator that you can use to find interesting content or share your own content. 
  8. Quora – Mainly considered as a Q&A platform, Quora includes a community component called Spaces and can be used for content promotion.

Now, let’s take a look at each Triberr alternative in more depth:

1. Quuu Promote

Quuu Promote is a platform built with the purpose of promoting content. And there is nothing else like it on the market.

Quuu Promote Homepage

You can choose to have your content promoted manually or automatically. The automatic option is quite the time saver.

The manual option involves submitting a URL, selecting a relevant category, writing out some social media descriptions. You can choose different ones for Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.

Then, your content is promoted for as long as it is relevant.

The automatic option? That’s like having a content marketing team at your disposal. They’ll write multiple descriptions for each post, select relevant categories, add engaging hashtags, etc.

If you want to save time promoting your content, Quuu Promote is the platform to use.

Price: The manual plan is $50/month and automatic is $75/month but there are no limits on the number of shares. A 30-day money back guarantee is included.

2. Curate by Missinglettr

Missinglettr is an incredible social media automation platform that creates social campaigns for your new blog posts automatically, then schedules those posts for you once approved.

Missinglettr Curate Homepage

Curate is an add-on to the platform that allows you to get more shares on your content.

Each month, you can add a bunch of your blog posts to the Curate dashboard for other Missinglettr users to share. The process is easy. Just paste in the content you want to share, select your categories/topics and submit. 

As you might expect from the name, Curate also allows you to curate content to share with your own audience. You can schedule other people’s content to share with your own audience – it’s all broken down by category so you can find relevant content easily.

Price: A free plan is available for the core Missinglettr platform. Curate is an add-on that costs $49/month. A 14-day free trial is available.

3. Tailwind Tribes

Tailwind is the best Pinterest marketing platform I have tried. It handles scheduling, reporting, analytics, and it is designed to align with Pinterest best practices. 

Tailwind Tribes

Tailwind Tribes is an add-on that allows you to join (or create) communities based around specific interests. 

The idea is that you share other people’s pins and they share yours. There are also community based features so you can converse with other people in your tribe.

This makes it a great platform to find content to share on Pinterest, get more traction on your own Pinterest content and connect with other folks in your niche.

Price: Tailwind for Pinterest starts at $9.99/month when billed yearly. This includes access to 5 tribes for free. An unlimited free trial is available.

4. Sendible

Sendible is best known as an all-in-one social media management tool. So how would that serve as an alternative for any of Triberr’s core features?

Sendible Homepage

Sendible includes a powerful content curation feature that makes it easy to find high quality content to share with your audience – all broken down into logical categories with a search feature. 

If you’re in need of a social media tool, this is a great option. It’ll handle all of your scheduling, publishing, analytics, and reporting needs.

The scheduling functionality is particularly powerful. Content you source can be published directly, scheduled for a later date or added to a queue that will share content on specific days and times.

There’s also a social inbox so it makes it easy to respond to messages and comments. It also supports social streams so you have a few ways to engage with your audience.

As a side note, content promotion is possible with Sendible in an indirect sense. Content recommendations are sourced via RightRelevance so you may find your popular content is recommended within the platform already.

Price: Starts from $29/month with a 14-day free trial available.

5. Quuu

Quuu is a purpose built content curation platform. As you might expect, it was created by the same team behind Quuu Promote.

Quuu Homepage

They manually source content to share with your audience and add content from Quuu Promote.

However, all content is manually checked and has to adhere to strict quality guidelines. Which is pretty incredible given the time that has to be devoted to vetting each piece of content. 

You can choose to have content suggestions shared automatically or you can check it before it goes out. Quuu doesn’t have its own social scheduling tool but it does integrate with popular tools such as Buffer and SocialBee.

Price: Starts from free.

6. Viral Content Bee

Viral Content Bee is a content promotion platform that runs on a credit based system. In fact, this platform has been around a very long time and was one of the first platforms of its type.

Viral Content Bee Homepage

I like the credit based system because it encourages people to help each other with content promotion.

You can earn credits by sharing other people’s content and you can then spend those credits to get your own content shared.

So, it doubles as a content promotion and content curation tool. 

There are paid plans available if you would prefer not to just get your own content shared.

Price: Starts from free.

7. Flipboard

Flipboard is a content aggregator that makes it easy to find content based on your own interests. It’s most popular on mobile devices but it works just as well on desktop. You’ll find content for over 28,000 different topics.

Flipboard Homepage

Most people likely wouldn’t consider this platform for content curation or content promotion but it can do both.

Flipboard’s content recommendation engine makes it easy to find great content to share with your audience that you might not have found on other platforms.

What a lot of people don’t know is that you can create your own digital magazines and save content to them. When enough people share your content to Flipboard, your content will be promoted to main topics and you’ll get traffic to your content.

This is very much hit or miss but it takes like 5 seconds to save content to a magazine using the browser extension. On occasions I’ve had a few hundred visitors from Flipboard to a specific article.

Price: Completely free.

8. Quora

Quora is best known as a Q&A platform but it has a bunch of other features that are highly underutilised.

Quora Homepage

You can use Quora to promote your content by answering relevant questions.

However, you need to answer the question in a way that does not require people to visit the article on your website. And you must disclose that it is your own article.

There’s also a community component called Spaces that allows you to set up your own communities geared around topics you care about.

And there is an additional benefit to using Quora – if you write enough answers then you could get an invite to their partner program where you get paid for answering questions.

Price: 100% free.

Conclusion

When it comes to replacing the content curation and community functionality of Triberr, you only really need a single tool or platform.

But when it comes to content promotion – the more platforms you can leverage, the more reach you will have. And as a result, you will drive more traffic to your website and get more social shares.

This is why I still use Triberr today.

In the case of platforms like Quuu Promote and Missinglettr’s Curate, people who share from these platforms usually only choose one platform. So, by using both of these platforms you can reach a completely different audience.

It gives your content promotion efforts the ability to scale.

So it makes sense to use as many content promotion platforms as possible.

Some tools such as Sendible, Tailwind and Missinglettr offer extra functionality that is incredibly useful. Let’s take Sendible as an example – it just so happens to be one of the best all-in-one social media management tools on the market. So you get a lot for your money.

Regardless, consider the features within Triberr’s platform that you use and select alternative tools based on your needs.

Finally, you’ll probably notice that I haven’t discussed the kind of results you can get from each of the tools that handles content promotion. 

This is because results depend greatly on your niche and the content you share. I could write a case study for each of these but the results would largely be meaningless because they would be based on my content and my niche – not yours. 

Content with broad appeal and well written headlines/descriptions will naturally perform best. 

The important thing is to experiment with these platforms but ensure you give yourself a good enough sample size of content. 

Don’t make the mistake of submitting one obscure article that few people would be interested in and wonder why it’s not getting hundreds of social shares.

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The Best Triberr Alternatives