Thursday, August 26, 2010

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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

The Social Media Event of the YEAR! Blogalicious!

Our Fantastic Keynote Speakers

You've been asking about our agenda and our speakers and in all honesty, we've been stalling - but with good reason.  We have been hard at work to find the best speakers for you and we are pleased to announce our nationally recognized and influential keynote speakers for Blogalicious '10.  You'll be pleased and we are very thrilled.  Thank you keynote speakers for agreeing to share your time with us.  Here we go!




Marc H. Morial - National Urban League, President and CEO




Entrepreneur. Lawyer. Professor. Legislator. Mayor. President, U.S. Conference of Mayors. CEO of the National Urban League, the nation’s largest civil rights organization.


In a distinguished professional career that has spanned 25 years, Marc Morial has performed all of these roles with excellence, and is one of the most accomplished servant-leaders in the nation.
Read more about Mr. Morial HERE.




Miriam Muley - The 85% Niche


Keynote - Marketing to the Woman of Color 


Miriam Muléy is on a mission to drive women and women of diverse ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds to automotive showrooms, consumer electronics stores, home improvement centers, department stores, mass, food and drug stores. And she's uniquely equipped for the task. As a woman of Puerto Rican ancestry with an MBA from Columbia University's Graduate School of Business, her 25 years of hands-on brand management and advertising experience give her the advantage in selling products to women and to women of diverse ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.

Read more about Ms. Muley
HERE.





Wayne Sutton - Social Wayne

Keynote - Geo-Location Apps/Location Based Services



Wayne Sutton helps individuals, startups and businesses succeed in understanding how to communicate on the social web via brand strategy, social networks and location-based services. With nearly 10 years experience in the technology and social media sector, he’s provided counsel to business leaders ranging from founders of small start-ups and representatives of non-profit organizations to CEOs of large and small corporations. Wayne is the business development/marketing strategist for TriOut and partner at OurHashtag. Wayne loves making videos, blogging, educating and inspiring others.


Read more about Mr. Sutton HERE.


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What are you waiting for?  Don't miss out on what promises to be the BEST social media conference of the year.

You can get more information about the conference, the hotel and Miami HERE.



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Blogalicious Geek Lounge
With the generous assistance of Rosemary Jean-Louis of thegeektreatment, we are pleased to announce that this year we will be opening the Blogalicious Geek Lounge where your technical questions will be answered.

The Blogalicious Geek Lounge will serve as your technical hub. At the lounge, you will receive basic help in troubleshooting common problems, assistance applying some of the technical lessons covered in workshops, and aid adding widgets and tweaking code.

Hope you'll have a moment to visit!






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Saturday, August 7, 2010

How to Stand Out in a Crowded Niche

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In today’s industry niche’s are getting more crowded. It’s getting harder and harder for smaller people to stand out when there are already big names out there. Some people think it’s impossible to stand out anymore and some just give up trying.

While working on the Robswebtip’s re-launch, it has been one of my goals to crush all my competition and put them to dear shame. Yes, that means competing with 7 figure affiliate marketers and bloggers who have been in the game and are much more well-known than me, but it’s possible to beat them.

I knew this wasn’t going to be something I can just wake up one day and do. But, I’ve been taking my notes and like any good blogger, I’m sharing them with you.

How to stand out

Be yourself , be original

There is no way you will ever been seen if you try to copy everyone else. Same post style, same blog concept, same content etc… I watch over and over again people trying to copy people’s same exact style. Look at it like this – why would anyone care about coming to your blog, when you are replicating the same stuff another blogger (only more popular and successful) than you are is doing? Who’s going to really become the winner of that situation?
Add your own twist and flavor to things. If video blogging is your way of reaching out, then go for it. If you write articles that have an irreverent look on things then keep doing that.

Analyze your competition

This is essential to standing out in a crowded niche. Find the big names in your niche and analyze their blog. See how they monetize it, interact, promote themselves, etc… After you find out what they are doing, do it better. If they aren’t replying to comments, make sure you reply to comments. If they are offering something valuable, you offer something more valuable.

Ask your community

Throughout the past couple of weeks I’ve been talking with a lot of my readers personally about how I can improve my site and what they would like to see done differently. I’ve also had people compare my site to my competition. I would ask what do they feel they can receive at Robswebtips that they cannot receive anywhere else and vice versa.  All the feedback I gather I apply it to my development of future projects and how I do things.
Remember, your community is what defines your entire blog. If you don’t have anyone to read your content, your screwed.

Get your name out there!

OK… this is an obvious one, but still very few people do it. What is one things that A-listers have over an average blogger? Exposure. You see them everywhere, company ads, mentioned on sites, twitter, Facebook, Youtube etc… You need to get your name out there. Don’t expect people to come and find you, you need to find them and make them come to you.
  • Attend webinars
  • Conferences
  • Guest posting
  • Social media
  • Networking
  • Blog commenting
Whatever you have to do to get your name out there, let people know who you are and what you’re about.

Form an inner-circle

Monday morning I was having a conversation with my buddy Alex from Blogsessive and he brought up a very valid point that all successful bloggers have in common. They do cross promotion.  Look at the Jeff Walker and Shoemoney launches. All the big names were promoting their products. John Chow, Jeremy Shoemoney, Jonathon Volk, Yaro Starak etc… They aren’t just doing this because of the nice juicy commissions, they are doing this because they have built an alliance with each other. Whenever someone comes out with a product, they promote it and spread their name around. Jonathon will interview John, John will interview Jonathon. They’ll collaborate and do some project together. You get the point.
Network effectively and build your own inner-circle of friends/colleagues who will help you grow.

Group Discussion

Creating a blog that will stand out from the crowd isn’t hard, it just takes work. You need to dedicate a lot of time and effort into making this work if you want to stand out. Throughout my journey of re-launching Robswebtips (coming soon) these are some of the things I’ve learned to apply. What about you? In what ways do you strive to stand out from others? How do you make yourself noticeable in a crowded niche?
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