One of the most well-known definitions of a personal brand belongs to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. He said, “Personal brand is what people say about you when you are not in the room.” The good news is that you can influence these conversations if you know exactly who you are and how you can use it.
We are living in times when anyone with access to the Internet and social media has a chance to build an audience, start attracting people to their business, and become an influencer. And that’s exactly what a lot of us are already doing. If you are on your way to developing a personal brand, you’ll definitely like this article. Keep reading.
You surely know the situation when a person (or even you) is willing to pay more for a product from a particular brand than for the same item from another seller. A well-known clothing brand Lacoste is a good example. People pay $60-100 for a polo festooned with the Lacoste alligator, while a similar polo can be purchased twice or even trice cheaper. Many customers are ready to pay extra because they associate Lacoste with prestige and sophistication. Continue reading “How to Create a Brand Strategy that Reflects Your Unique Vision”
There’s an age-old adage that asks, ‘which is better, email or text messaging?’
Actually, there isn’t. But it makes for a nice question to posit on a blog. Especially if you’re a keen marketer who’s looking to maximize conversions through email and SMS marketing.
Bloggers and business owners most likely know well what branding is and why it is so important. However, many people think about branding as if it is either something ephemeral or some stuff like a logo, website, and distinctive uniform typeface.
You’ve sent an email out to your subscribers promising them the world. Unfortunately, you’ve received little to no reaction from your grand declaration.
Should you just give up? Move on? Rethink your entire marketing strategy?
Everyone makes mistakes, but not everyone has the courage to admit that and fix the situation. The right apology can save your reputation, but it’s important to apologize sincerely and on time.
The average office worker receives over 120 and sends 40 emails per day. However, experts say that lots of professionals still don’t follow business email etiquette rules and often find themselves in awkward situations. Of course, there are many ways to write an email, but by knowing email etiquette basics, we can avoid confusion, missed opportunities, and miscommunication.
For recent college graduates or new hires, it can be a challenge to write effective, professional emails. But this article will provide you with some email communication tips to help you improve the overall quality of your online correspondence, stand out, and be respected.
Picture this: You run into a delicious job posting that could potentially launch your career into the stratosphere. It comes with flex time, remote days, an unlimited supply of free snacks, and the office that looks a lot like the Zuckerberg mansion.