DriveTribe wants to know what you think of us!

1y ago


Hey DriveTribers. Did you know it's nearly two years since we launched the very first version of DriveTribe?

We've undergone a few changes over those two years, and we're always working to make DriveTribe a great place to hang out.

And in that spirit, I'd love for you to answer a few quick questions about the platform, and give us some feedback.

You can find the survey by clicking here.


Rich - CSO @ DriveTribe.

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Comments (17)

  • After a few weeks of active participation, I get the impression that there is no real sense of community. There are active shooting stars who leave a great first impression and then gone. Maybe it is also an issue with the amount of people participating, its more difficult to point out permanent participants among so many commenters.

    I think DT could manage talent better: there are bloggers and posters that would be worth keeping. I am digging out some old articles (with many pix from events I actually wanted to see) with a few hundred impressions, that probably should have been on the front page at some point of time. That might also explain why some brilliant historical tribes died out. Luckily their "fossils" are still there...

    At the same time, there is quite a bit of irrelevant stuff on the front page (and I am genuinely interested about every aspect of the automotive). I this respect, you might also want to think about a more sophisticated frontpage layout that is easier to navigate, e.g to show posts per verticals, with a focus on subscribed verticals, so that upon arrival, I am confronted with stuff that I will probably like. The menu with the vertical on the top is a step in the right direction.

    And then, you can find the Porsche stories of Mark, sometimes so impressive that I wonder how he still manages to have time for driving. His articles really blew my mind. At the same time I am starting to hate those constant quizzies, and the top lists of recent times I am harder and harder to relate to.

    This comment is getting perhaps too big now, so to conclude: the upside is that DT does not lack the substance to improve. There are also quite a few solid foundations: the platform works well (including Studio), there are great personalities (beyond the torchbearers) and all ingredients are there on the shelves, you just need to reach out.

      1 year ago
    • Hey, Zold -

      We do have a big sense of community here, I guess you haven't been properly welcome by us. If your goal is to be a content creator here at DriveTribe, please apply to Moneybox.

      Here's how:...

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        1 year ago
    • THNX, I will have a look!

        1 year ago
  • I would love to see your brand go to shows like the classic motorshow at the NEC and possibly the classic restoration show also at the NEC as these can attract other followers and YouTube bloggers so more videos and content can be shared.

      1 year ago
    • I agree with you, Ben! A larger presence at major auto shows in the US could bring an enormous amount of both users and content creators to the platform. To my knowledge, DT has no official presence at any show in the US.

        1 year ago