Tag: personal branding


The Story Behind My Rebranding

07

Oct 2018

The Story Behind My Rebranding

Since I launched my business nearly ten years ago, the level of service that my company offers has evolved. I, too, have evolved. With nearly a decade of experience behind me in my business, I felt that my personal brand image was no longer in sync with the professional I have become. I’ve worked hard to build a reputation online as a subject matter expert...

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Courage, Community and Conception

20

Nov 2016

Courage, Community and Conception

Unless you’re a stranger to my posts, you know that I advocate showcasing the human element. People form relationships – and relationships are built on trust. Simply put, people buy from those they know, like and trust. It’s refreshing to stumble upon posts of folks who are willing to share their journey – whether it’s business or personal. And, my friend Matt Hannaford, is no...

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Politics: It’s Personal

13

Nov 2016

Politics: It’s Personal

I’m reading through all of the comments from the past election – before, during, and after – and it reminds me why I rarely say anything about politics. It’s a breeding ground of chaos, especially online. Some of my colleagues had the guts to say what I would never, and I give them credit. It’s not easy to voice concerns as leaders in an industry...

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Personal Branding: What’s Your Online Reputation?

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May 2016

Personal Branding: What’s Your Online Reputation?

Have you ever considered what it is you ‘tell’ people by your actions?  Think about this for a minute. Whether you are aware of it or not, you have a personal brand and you’re showcasing it every day. Your digital personal brand is the sum total of your online interactions. This can include: – your website and social media accounts – social media accounts of...

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The Facebook Button Doesn’t Matter, But This Does

20

Sep 2015

The Facebook Button Doesn’t Matter, But This Does

There’s been talk of a ‘dislike’ or ‘empathize’ button on Facebook.  I was not happy with the idea of a ‘dislike button,’ but I do think ‘empathize’ could be useful. As people scroll through the feed, some will ‘like’ a status but very few comment. It’s said that between 70-90 percent of social media users are lurkers, which means that they are viewing the content,...

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