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AUGUST 25, 2009 [Blogger, Examples] B2B Marketing via Long Tail SEO and Blogger Outreach
One of the primary uses of Browse My Stuff is as a B2B Marketing tool that provides an effective way to build traffic, establish your brand, optimize your Long Tail SEO , and conduct blogger outreach. As an example, Develop Mentor has used Browse My Stuff: Bring together scattered content either from their own sites or from related third party sites. The other big benefit for B2B marketing is the opportunity to build relationships with influential bloggers in the space. There are two ways that companies typical use Browse My Stuff.
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JULY 13, 2011 [Blogger, Examples] Aggregage Launches StartupRoar
Today marks the launch of StartupRoar in conjunction with well known startup bloggers: Ben Yoskovitz , Vinicius Vacanti , Jill Hubbard Bowman , Steve Blank and others. For example: Entrepreneurship as a Science – The Business Model/Customer Development Stack. Customer Development for Web Startups. How To Get Your First 1,000 Users. Startup Tools. Why I’m Rooting For Google+.
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SEPTEMBER 22, 2010 [Blogger, Examples] Filtering and Curation for Specific Topics
In response to my post, Automated Filtering vs Human-Powered Curation , I was asked for examples of where automated filtering works for specific topics. For example, automated filtering in Browse My Stuff includes: Defining – For Browse My Stuff, humans define the topic and it needs to make sense for a given audience. Some deeper examples of this below. What is Curation?
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SEPTEMBER 27, 2010 [Blogger, Examples] Should Blogs Syndicate?
As a blogger, I’m continually facing the question of whether I should syndicate my content and how actively I should attempt to get it syndicated. It raises a lot of very interesting questions about whether bloggers should syndicate. Some aggregators, especially those that are editor-driven make choices that are less favorable to bloggers. For example, Social Media Today (SMT) makes full copies of human selected articles. Because of this, some bloggers find that their original posts get beat out in Google search results by the equivalent post on SMT.
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AGGREGAGE BLOG [Blogger, Examples] Blogger Outreach for Conference Organizers
| THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2010
In it, she discusses the ethical dilemma that faces many bloggers
who are offered something free in exchange for coverage in the blog. And lots of us bloggers
have faced it. But what’s striking about this example
is how the conference organizer did such a poor job of reaching out to the bloggers
. This is something we do a lot of as described a bit over on Search Engine Journal in Blogger
Relations. Even with disclosure to cover the FTC requirement – having someone say you must do this never goes well with bloggers
. Am I Selling Out? MORE >>
AGGREGAGE BLOG [Blogger, Examples] Associations Social Media Opportunity
| SUNDAY, JULY 5, 2009
I would immediately add to her list to visit the Association Social Media Wiki to find great case studies that you can help to use as examples
. Two approaches to consider: Learning Circuits Big Questions this is a monthly question - organized by a member of the association (ASTD) that asks bloggers
to contribute their responses. This morning I had one of those wonderful social networking moments. I received a note that I had been accepted into the smchat ning group - a group that meets once a month for chats. I joined last week’s chat and thus signed up to the ning group. MORE >>
AGGREGAGE BLOG [Blogger, Examples] Finding and Connecting with Bloggers - 30+ Resources
| WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 2009
A big value proposition that comes with Browse My Stuff is that it provides a great opportunity to build a relationship with bloggers
in a particular field. Along the way, I’ve come to realize that there’s quite a bit to learn about how to effectively work with other bloggers
. I’ve been collecting information on this topic for a bit and some of the best resources on Blogger
Outreach , Blogger
Relations , Blogger
PR and Blogger
Buzz are: How to Suck Up to a Blogger
Relations: Two Approaches For PR. MORE >>
AGGREGAGE BLOG [Blogger, Examples] Alltop vs Browse My Stuff
| WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 2009
This is important in that both sites understand that their audience are people who are not that familiar with the individual bloggers
in the space or who do not use an RSS reader to subscribe to those bloggers
. For example
, if you are trying to find out about how Twitter impacts speaking, there’s a page: Twitter - Speaking Pro Central that has the latest and best stuff on that subject. I was recently asked what the difference was between Alltop and Browse My Stuff when it comes to a particular topic - in this case the topic was Professional Speaking. Similarities. MORE >>
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