Establishing a positive impression about yourself and your business can go a long way, especially in the social media world. This week’s roundup features seven posts from around the web that focus on personal branding. Enjoy!
Why: People who build their personal brand build stronger networks and are presented with a greater number of business opportunities. A good read, despite the random capitalization, from Daniel Newman.
Why: What is the overall personality of your brand? Pam Moore examines 105 factors (FOMG! 105!!!) that could be influencing your digital body language and how your audience perceives you.
Why: Digital interactions require the same personal attention as physical relationships. In this guest post for The Cogent Coach, Ted Rubin lists 12 ways to give your brand’s online interactions a human touch.
Why: In this goodie from the WUL vault, I examine whether a business email address or lack thereof can make or break your personal brand image.
Why: What sets your brand apart from the rest? I adore this post from Ken Mueller, which discusses the importance of sharing your story to show customers what makes your brand unique.
Why: Is your best content getting lost in the noise of social media? In this guest post for SteamFeed, Ross Simmonds discusses whether C.R.E.A.M. or D.R.E.A.M. is the mantra you should follow. I have my opinion, I’ll be interested to hear yours!
Why: Giving and receiving effective feedback is important, especially when building your personal brand. Tim Bonner offers some tips.
How do you give your brand a personal touch? Please share in the comments below.