What the God of Thunder can teach you about how you brand yourself online.
Orange Appeal’s own Liam Fitzpatrick talks about how they use social media to enhance their brand.
This young actress took a stranglehold over America. How did she do it?
It has been a while since I last wrote here in the blog, and the reason is that I feel that more and more of the Personal Branding space is being crowded with quick-fix solutions.
Please let me know in the comments how speaking a second or a their language has helped your brand or when it didn’t because you didn’t speak the language.
“Short and clear pitch – interesting and clear brand” The statement above is the core message of this post. Maybe that’s all you need, maybe you want to read the whole post. The choice you made depends on your interest for the subject, your relation to the author (that’s me) and your curiosity of what the rest
Sellers at the farmer’s market face an extremely difficult task – with similar products left and right, each seller must somehow stand out from the rest to succeed. Here are 7 valuable personal branding lessons we can all learn from a trip to the farmer’s market.
It is easy to hit the brain’s snooze button and mindlessly agree with everyone – especially with those in positions of authority (experts in your field, your boss, established media outlets). We blindly accept every order from management, leave positive comments on every blog we see, cruising around life like a sheep that can type. But you know what? Sheep don’t get anywhere. Neither will you if you don’t voice your own opinion and blaze your own trail every now and then.