My Blogapalooza 2018 Experience

Saturday, November 03, 2018

If you don't know what Blogapalooza is, it is an influencer marketing company that helps businesses and bloggers or influencers to connect and learn from each other. Every year, Blogapalooza also host its one-day event where they gather bloggers and influencers from all over the Philippines, experts, celebrities, and businesses in one roof to learn, unlearn, and relearn everything about blogging and improving your own brand. 
This year is my second time with Blogapalooza and I am more than excited to learn more and represent the hijabis in the event.

This year, Blogapalooza is hosted by Janelle Tee which is a social media influencer.

Youtube was the first topic. Jamill, Viy Cortez, and Emman Nimedez were the speakers and they talked about how they started Youtube, their experiences, struggles, technicalities in Youtube and vlogging, as well as tips in vlogging. One thing that struck me the most is what they said about constructive criticism. That we have to acknowledge bashers and haters for us to learn and grow.

Miko David and Nix Eniego's talk is probably what i'm really interested in. Why? Because they mainly talked about tips and tricks on how to garner likes and followers as well as engagement on Facebook and Instagram for us to be marketable to brands and companies in our niche.

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Basically, the goal of Blogapalooza is to connect influencers, bloggers, and companies for collaboration that is why aside from the talks, there are a lot of booths from businesses which bloggers can check out. This way, influencers and bloggers might score partnership and sponsorship from different brands and business.

Blogapalooza is not just an event or gathering, it is also a big family of people from different walks of life and from different parts of the Philippines to CONNECT and learn from one another. I'm very very thankful to Blogapalooza for I have met such wonderful people and I have gained friends. We are all #BlogaFam that is connected and bound to elevate influence. 

See you next year, #BlogaFam! Inshaallah.

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