Twitter is finally making the big move as it has announced its new 280 characters limit on its tweets. The limit had already gone away from quoted posts and polls, but this time it will affect the normal posts too. This opens up a new horizon for social media marketing for businesses, but it has also received some criticism at the same time.
More than 1 million people have published blog posts on LinkedIn, with more than 130,000 posts published each week.
Personal brand lays the foundation for success in your professional life. Through effective brand positioning, you can make your customers think in a certain way about you. Above everything else, a customer must think of your personal brand as unique and sustainable.
In the previous post, we discussed the 4 Tips To Promoting Your Personal Brand Through Events. Events are a fabulous way to raise your profile in your field and establish yourself as a thought leader. They can help you be more visible, connect face to face with your target audience and build industry connections.
Have you ever attended a talk and was blown away by the speaker on stage? Their powerful confidence, radiating charisma just draws you in and makes you believe in their cause and see the way they envision the future. That is the power of a great personal brand and events are an effective way to promote your brand.
You probably realize by now that your logo isn’t your brand. It won’t make or break your business, or bring you fame and riches. Its purpose, in my eyes, is to give people an easy way to remember you. That’s it.
As you build your personal brand, creating a video content for your profile is a must. There is a growing trend in filming personal profile videos to draw the eyeballs of recruiters, employers, investors and customers.
What is personal brand equity?
Personal brand equity is the influence that your brand has on the consumers’ buying decisions. It is the monetary measure of the effect your brand name has on the customer’s response to the products or services.
Freelancers, consultants, solopreneurs and other independent workers are on the rise and they all need a personal website. The third step to Kaitlin Zhang’s 5 Steps To Build Your Personal Brand Online© is Platform, which is your personal website.
“Tell A Good Story About China Using Chinese Brands,” this is the theme the first Chinese Brands Day on May 10th, approved by the State Council. The attention given to the importance of brands has risen from the corporate level to the federal level. Internationally, China is starting to transform the image of “Made in China” to “Created in China”, illustrating the rise of enterprising innovative Chinese brands.