Tribe Syndication is Fastest Growing Trend in Network Marketing

nagaland-tribes-300x186Belonging to a Tribe for the purpose of doing syndication for each other’s content  is currently the hottest and fastest growing trend.  It’s a great way to grow your lists and following and the fastest way to get your content in cyberspace for people to see you.

If you recall from my previous post, a tribe is a group of individuals who share a common intersest and get together to discuss those interests.  A tribe is connected to a leader, to one another and to an idea.

Well, a tribe syndication network, would then be a tribe of individuals who seek to syndicate each other’s content which allows for business growth much faster than if someone was going it alone.

I have a good friends who began doing this and the results were nothing short of amazing.  Here’s what they do:

1) This Tribe meets once a week, there’s 5 of them, but your tribe can be bigger by a few if you want, for about an hour, maybe two, on Skype ( a worldwide free phone service).

2) They come prepared with the content they have posted to their blog during the week so when the group gets together, they are ready for syndication.  If one doesn’t have any content ready, he still syndicates for the others, he just has nothing for the rest to syndicate, or they can resyndicate old stuff.  Not having content ready doesn’t let them out of their commitment to syndicate for their tribe members.

3) They go around and pull up each others content.  They tweet the content to their Twitter followers, they post the content to their Facebook page, they leave comments on blog posts, notes in Facebook and videos, they bookmark the content and mark it as a favorite.

4)  During the week they will be sure to retweet each other’s tweets and they can count on each other for support.

As a result of this, they have all grown their lists and businesses.

If this makes sense to you, grab some of your friends that you network with, set a time each week to syndication and commit to following through.

Please let me know your thoughts about tribes by leaving a comment below and and the Tweet it for me…  Thank you so much everyon!

PS:  The book Tribes by Seth Godin is a good read..  Pick yourself up a copy.


  1. Arlene Gladu says

    Hi Debbie,

    I love the idea of a “Tribe” and am looking forward to learning (and putting into practice what I learn) much more about it.

    I know 2010 will be one of greatest years of my life and I’m ready for the adventure to begin.


  2. Debbie Turner says

    Awesome Arlene…. keep that thought… expect success… what you believe and think and plan for is what will manifest… :) Thanks for stopping by and sharing!

  3. says

    Awesome Debbie!

    From your post it seems that you are mostly educating us on this concept and encouraging us to organize our own tribes. Am I correct? Or are you setting up tribes as well? (Some of the comments led me to believe you might be organizing it :)

    Most of my team members are not as advanced with content development and personal branding, so I am finding it hard to identify tribal members. If anyone here wants to join me in one, I’ll facilitate it!

    .-= Donna Abreu´s last blog ..Spread the word. =-.

  4. Debbie Turner says

    Hi Donna,

    Both. I’m encouraging leaders to step out and connect with anyone who wants to be part of a tribe. You can gather a handful of people, those you meet on your own social media sites who offers good value and would be a good contributor to your list and following. I’ll be doing some trainings in January and anyone that’s interested in perhaps being a part of a tribe can leave a comment here on my blog and you will able to see each other, connect, etc. Lisa Saline at wants to get tribal. You can see her post here. She a fellow TVI partner. Introduce yourself and see if you’re a match… then add more… but connecting with Lisa will be an awesome start. Let me know how it goes.

  5. Debbie Turner says

    Hi Darby,

    It depends on how much time you have to meet together. My tribe is 6 members and it takes about 2 – 2.5 hours to syndicate our content once a week. That’s all the time we can commit to in one evening. The more tribe members you have, the longer your meeting time will be. I am very interested in helping establish several tribes, and am looking to see who’s interested. Stay tuned in January for some initial trainings. I have other ideas however, but I’ll share those later…

    Thank you for your contribution here Darby and asking these questions. I truly appreciate you my friend.

  6. says

    Hi Debbie,
    Hope you had a great cruise!

    I’m reading about your Tribe info and trying to get my arms around it. I read and re-read your information. Can you clarify a few things?

    1) When you say “syndicate”, what’s another way of saying this or what do you really mean?

    2) When you say one leader, a group of individuals with a common interest, and an idea, can you give me some examples? Are you saying a leader such as myself with my GRN team or my TVI team or are you saying something like myself and online marketing is the common interest but each having different products/services you syndicate?

    3) Follow up to above #2, if say everyone in the group was say TVI, wouldn’t the content be the same or similar so what value in syndicating or publishing the other tribe members content? What am I missing?

    Jeff Donovan

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