BLM Girl Experience 2013
December 23, 2012 By blmgirls
The dust has settled and here are just a few of the recaps of this awesome multi-city event.
BLM Girls Experience – New York was hosted by Christa Myers of InspiredbyBeatriceClay.com.  Christa threw her heart in and led the girls in a wonderful branding presentation as well as a vision board party.
…More reviews from New York…
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We had two extraordinary hostesses in DC.  Whitney “Nic” West from whitneynicjames.com and Karen Curtis of  YourStylistKaren.com!   They were the perfect hostesses and several of the attendees were floored by how sweet, authentic and amazing these ladies were.
…More reviews from DC…
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We also had two hostesses in Los Angeles,october-breast-cancer-awareness-calendar
 Janae Holmes of NaturallyCurlyKinky.com and Leslie Young, BLM Founder and blogger at Fashiondujourdaily.wordpress.com.  Talk about a great time getting to know each other.  Forget getting your feet wet, these ladies jumped in headfirst and talked about the best way to build your brand and why genuine connections and personal relationships are so vital.
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And in Atlanta, Kimberly Wright of Keystrokes by Kimberly was the hostess with the mostess and boy did she have a bag of tricks.  Attendees were treated to a special presentation by Yalanda P. Lattimore of Dryer Buzz who shared a wealth of knowledge.  These Girls were taken aback by what an awesome time they had.
…more from Atlanta…
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For those who were unable to attend, here are 5 take-aways about branding that we learned from this time we experienced together.
SHARE.  Believe it or not, people want to know your story.  It will encourage people to connect with you even more.
INDEX.  It’s super important to index in Google Webmaster Tools.  This improves your ranking in search engines so that people looking for your blog will have a greater chance of finding you.
BACK IT UP.  Your blog that is.  There’s nothing worse than seeing all of your creativity and hours of work gone in a flash.
3:1.  Share 3 tweets of someone else’s work and one tweet of your own.  It’s the magical ratio and it’s just nice.
SET YOUR ALARM.  Research has shown the best days to post are Monday and Thursday and the best times to post are in the mornings. This includes tweets directing traffic to your posts.  BUT, your audience may not be “average” so make sure you look at your blog analytics.
We’ll be adding BLM Girl Experience Recaps as they roll in.
Thanks for stopping by!

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