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Find Faults with the Competition and Exploit Them
Don’t be mean – simply analyze your competitors’ products and authority and be what they’re not! Or, be what they are, only better. You can stay in the white hat marketer category and still learn from the competition in several ways. You’re not doing all you can for your business if you don’t use the competition to boost your online presence. There are some ways your competition can help. Gather intelligence first. When your competition is successful, you’ll be able to see what works and use the same techniques for your own success. It’s good to see failures, too because you won’t have to waste your time doing something that clearly doesn’t work. For example, if they work hard on a big launch of a product you’ll be able to see by their success (or not) whether the product was the reason for the success or perhaps the launch day or time was off, resulting in a total flop. It’s valuable information to have and use. Your competition helps you define yourself. When you know your competition and what they’re all about, you’ll know better what you identify with – especially to your audience. This information helps you discern how to compete in the niche you’ve chosen. For example, if your competition isn’t targeting a certain group in your niche, it becomes a perfect opportunity for you to become a leader for this area of competition.
The Unfair Competition Law, codified as Bus. & Prof. Code Section 17200, provides for injunctive and other relief for any business practice that is “unfair,” “unlawful” or “fraudulent.” This would necessarily include certain types of false advertising.
Join Bill and Rick to see how your business could be affected by unscrupulous competitors and how you can pursue such a claim if necessary.
What can you do to size up your competition in the market space? What tools are at your disposal to use that will allow you to see the traffic and keyword phrases of your competition? Listen in as Video Broadcast Services President, Marcia Hawkins and Vice President, Kyle Clouse discuss sizing up the competition.
A few weeks ago, the debate (more like discussion) was had on the topic, are Powwows commercial or traditional? This episode, as Russ's co-host Trilby is somewhere on the trail, Russ will delve into commentary on his thoughts on the spirit of Competitve Powwow singing and Dancing. What is the spirit of competition? And like any competition, do people really get that mad when they don't win? Come be a part of this discussion as Russ takes on the Powwow Trail! Where is Trilby been will be the premise of Episode IX! Weee Chaaa! Dance your stlye and Keep on the Powwow Trail!
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New entrepreneurs see their top industry competitors as outright enemies. As battles continue to ensue for increased target market share, what can we learn from our most fiercest competition? Understanding that a significant part of our competitive strategy is to identify the strengths and weaknesses of those businesses that aspire to capture and sustain a larger share of your similar market (customer base). What is the best way to conduct a useful external environmental analysis so that you can more productively and profitably design and implement your unique business marketing differentiation strategy? Why is competition good? That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."
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Dr. TaKeia N. Anthony is an Assistant Professor of History at Edward Waters College in Jacksonville, Florida and the founder of Dr. TaKeia Speaks. She has spoken on panels and lectured throughout the world and United States. She has published several articles and book chapters. She is the first African-American female from her hometown to earn a Ph.D. in history.
Tamara L. McMillan is an award-winning professor, TEDx speaker and blogger specializing in leadership, women's empowerment and professional development. She is the CEO of McMillan Empowerment Enterprise and an Adjunct Professor at SUNY Buffalo State.
Ebony R. Johnson,CEO of Meet and Connect, Inc. is dedicated to social media management and helping entrepreneurs build productive networks. She believes that every woman should have a strong “Sister Circle” to lead, support, and empower her as she embarks on her success journey.
Divya Parekh, an internationally-known leadership coach, has supported business owners, leaders and achievers to accomplish success. She is a co-author of bestseller “The Voyage to Your Vision.” Divya helps people uncover their hidden motivators to achieve tough goals with laser focus and unstoppable confidence.
The highlights of the show are:
Definition and Importance of a Sister Circle
Building productive network of phenomenal women
Impact of Jealousy Amongst Leaders
Passion and Purpose Relationship
Support can be an inspiration
Collaboration is the New Competition
Nicholas Snow Live presents exclusive coverage of the 2nd annual Queen of the Desert So-Cal, Lip Sync Competition benefiting Desert AIDS Project, which took place Wednesday, May 27, 2015, at the Palm Springs Renaissance Hotel, co-emceed by the fabulous Bella da Ball and Ethylina Canne, and featuring a special performance from the 2014 Queen of the Desert, Champagne Showers. Celebrity Judges included Raymundo Baltazar, Maude Chapeau and Dottie Du Bois (Les Les Dames Du Soleil), Steven Henke and Steven Michael. Contestants included Jazmyn Simone-Echelon, Miss Lola, Fabeyonce, Melissa Stratman, Crystal Champagne and Jayla D Foxx! Enjoy this comprehensive coverage!
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Across today's consumer market, the competition is fierce. As an entrepreneur, you compete against industry rivals, suppliers, new market entrants, substitutes, and the consumers themselves (5 Forces Competitive Strategy). In order to stand out by differentiating your business - its products, services, or overall brand, you must learn and apply specific proven strategies that will set you apart from your real and perceived competitors. Thus, which habits must you adopt so that you can notably outperform the competition? That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."
Do we live in a society that conditions us into a world of competition? Is this truly the best format for humanity and the only way to move forward in life? What are the new paradigms in today's world that create truly successful businesses such as Google and Facebook? We will be discussing this and Peter Thiel's book Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future with special guest Gary Acosta co-founder of The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals.
Gary Acosta is the co-founder and CEO of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP) and a 25-year veteran of the housing industry. NAHREP is the nations largest minority real estate trade association with over 20,0000 member and 35 local chapters.
Mr. Acosta also founded or co-founded several successful mortgage real estate and companies including Prado Mortgage, New Vista Asset Management, CounselorMax, and RealEstateEspanol.com. In 2013 he co-founded The Mortgage Collaborative, a cooperative of mortgage companies who work together to increase profitabilityand market share.
Mr. Acosta is a member of the consumer advisory board of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), a newly created federal agency responsible for consumer protectection in the financial services industry. He served as 2014 Chairman of the mortgage committee.
In 2003, Realtor Magazine named him one of the 25 Most Influential People in Real Estate and in 2004, Hispanic Business Magazine named hom one of the 100 Most Influential Hispanics in America.
Your Message Matters! with Lisa Manyon
Collaboration Over Competition - The sisterhood of Women Speakers Association
My guest today is Gail Watson, President & Co Founder of Women Speakers Association.
Women Speakers Association (WSA) is THE go-to place for innovative leaders, change-agents? and women with a message to connect, collaborate and grow their visibility worldwide in order ?to fulfill their mission. As the first-ever global community for women speakers, with a reach in over 120 countries on 6 continents, WSA provides a platform for women to support,?mastermind and mentor one another in the call to empower the voice of the 21st Century Woman. Whatever your “stage”…be it a virtual classroom, a boardroom, the floor of the U.N., an internet?radio show, physical stage or any other platform, WSA is dedicated to empowering you to?authentically express yourself, build a thriving, prosperous business and cause serious? transformation in the lives of your clients, companies, communities and the world. Activate your free associate membership www.joinwsa.com and connect with WSA on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/WomenSpeakersAssociation
To contact the host of Your Message Matters, Lisa Manyon – The Business Marketing Architect, visit www.writeoncreative.com
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