Online Collaboration

Online Collaboration

A collaborative network consists of a variety of organizations and people that collaborate to better achieve common or compatible goals.

Most people think of online collaboration as an app or software management tool used to connect people on the internet, such as GotoMeeting, Start Meeting, Skype, etc.  However, most everyone today recognizes the value of online collaboration, or sharing, and are creating their own profile pages on sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, StumbleUpon, LinkedIn, etc.

According to the experts, the biggest value that social networks offer today is that networks are transitioning into new channels for collaboration and innovation.  Social networks are becoming connection touch points to start conversations, engage communities, and build relationships.

TrikleTrade  is such a channel.  We match individuals, businesses and organizations to people, through an online person-to-person network bulletin board.  Our bulletin board isn’t like the one tacked up on your local neighborhood grocery store or a flat listing service like Craig’s list though. 

TrikleTrade offers an opportunity for people to join and develop a profile in order to connect, collaborate and post a request for goods and or services, answer someone’s request or just share inspiring stories, photos, videos and quips.

We have member profiles and listings from all over the country.  You may follow other members’ activities, and collaborate with each other by posting or answering a request, uploading an inspiring story, or sharing a community event.

When you find a listing that piques your interest, click on the title.  You can view the listing, ask a question, view the member’s profile and start a connection.  Once you complete the collaboration process, you can even rate your experience.

It’s rewarding to help someone else.   In turn, we encourage members to continue to pay forward that connection to another member. 

TrikleTrade’s mission is to start conversations, engage communities and build relationships.  It feels good to be needed and know you have made a difference in someone’s life.  You will keep coming back, time and again.  We certainly hope you do.