Even The Most Famous People Need Personal Branding and So Do You!

Reblogged from Dr Mommy biz tips

Written by Kim Garst

Personal Branding is what helps to set you a part from the crowd. It is the process that one goes through to identify our skills, what our focus is going to be and ultimately, what products or services we intend to market.

Personal branding is very important in the online marketplace. You want to stand out in a very crowded marketplace and be the solution to whatever problem your prospect has.  It is all about getting your prospects to choose your business over someone else’s.

Here are five great benefits of creating a strong personal brand:

1. Staying Unique In Your Marketplace

The largest benefit, from a personal branding standpoint, is to create a uniqueness within your business so that your prospects are able to differentiate you from your competition.

2. Injecting Your Personality Into Your Brand and Your Business

The goal of personal branding is to be known for who you are as a person and what you stand for. Your authenticity must shine forth. Your brand is a reflection of who you are, your opinions, your values, and beliefs that are visibly expressed by what you say and do, and how you do it. How you conduct your business online should be authentic and transparent.

3. Creating Awareness For Your Services and Products

The branding process gives you an opportunity to share you identity and impact the perception others have about you and the services and products your business offers. Potential customers no longer see a huge difference in products and services but they do see a huge difference in brands and how they project themselves.

4.Build a Magnetic Brand That Drives More Sales in Less Time

A strong personal brand will be a great benefit when it comes to attracting clients and increasing your sales. You want to position your brand as THE leader in the marketplace so that you will be the first one to come to mind when your prospect needs a problem solved. Your magnetic brand will attract new prospects without even picking up the phone. Once you have built a strong brand, you will be able to pick and choose your clients and the fees you charge!

5. Become A Thought Leader

Establish yourself as an expert and become a credible resource for your area of expertise. The most important place that you want to gain name recognition is in your client’s mind. To gain this type of recognition you not only have to be good but you have to be different in some way. Make a lasting impression and it will be rewarded when your name and personal brand become a part of your audience’s relied up resource base.

The more your brand can be inserted into the marketplace in a trustworthy manner, the better. You want your business name and message to be foremost in your prospects consciousness so that they immediately think of you when they need a resource, product or service that your brand offers. Build a strong brand and let it propel you to the top in your marketplace.


About chipomaps

A brand reputation, marketing and new media trainer and consultant. Constantly curious, constantly learning.
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12 Responses to Even The Most Famous People Need Personal Branding and So Do You!

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