Building Your Own Brand of Awesomeness

Building Your Own Brand of Awesomeness  - Avatar Posted by ShawnHessinger under Social Media
From 4901 days ago
Made Hot by: Jed on September 22, 2010 5:59 pm
Our latest post on the BizSugar Blog talks about building a brand, which you do both for a traditional small business and for your social media presence, including the one you have here on BizSugar. Want to know more about how to build your own personal brand either here on or on any other social media site? Read the full article.


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4844 days ago

Really, we must be very sociable in order to establish ourselves toward others and create a good link then later on a deep connection that eventually builds relationships. This can really help build our own brand of awesomeness.

Written by SadieJane
4891 days ago

Building a brand establishes who you are, and even helps you define your direction. I believe this is something we inherently all know, but sometimes need to refresh our focus.

Thank you for the prompt to refresh and renew our focus.

Written by ShawnHessinger
4900 days ago

Know watcha mean, David, but I think branding takes on many different forms. (BTW, have you met Zack who also commented here? He's a new member and I'd highly recommend you checking out his stuff. Thanks Zack for participating!) See, to me part of personal brand has long been about helping others out. (By the way, think I forgot to get back to you on a certain issue about submissions here at BizSugar. Will be in touch via e-mail tomorrow.) Now, that may not be everyone's personal brand...and it may not work for some. They are doers and must produce content or sharers and like to pass on info., sometimes with limited commentary. The point is to find something that works for you and gets you noticed. There may not be a right answer, but there's certainly a wrong one. If no one is paying attention to you at all, despite all your efforts, it's time to go back to the drawing board.

Written by amabaie
4900 days ago

A lot of it is about your style - how formal or informal, what ways you choose to support others or ignore others, whether you submit only your own blog, only disinterested posts, or a combination of the two.

I won't name names, but there is one prominent BizSugar participant who never seems to support others. For me, his brand hold no currency. There is a former BizSugar member who you would think was the site's ambassador. His was a platinum brand.

Written by ZackShapiro
4900 days ago

Good point Amabaie. Support the community, they community will support you.

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