Are you one of the more than 13.2 million self-employed business owners in North American who wish to remain self-employed?
Employees are leaving their corporate jobs and starting their own businesses at an increasingly rapid rate. To be successful, you need to stand out and differentiate yourself. But how? You need a brand plan! Without this effective tool, a business owner can waste so much time and money trying to market, with little or no response. A brand is more than just a logo and a tagline; a brand is who you are and what you believe in. It’s what your clients or customers are saying about you when you’re not there. Your brand is your reputation.
If you are one of the millions of start-ups or existing small businesses begging for attention from your prospects and trying to build a clientele of raving fans, brand development should be on the top of your to-do list.
You must build a brand that is authentic to who you really are, one that allows you to connect with the clients who will value you and your work and pay you what you are worth. Gain insights to help you hire and work with graphic designers and/or web developers to produce the professional marketing materials you need to attract your specific audience. Get tips and brand advice from fellow entrepreneurs and experts in marketing, social media, web development, business consulting, and funding.
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Get brand clarity and confidence so you can start charging what you’re worth, the rate that truly reflects your value.
“Here is a fabulous book, full of tips, tools, and exercises to help you build your brand with ease. A must read for any start-up or growing small business.”
“Branding is the buzzword in business these days, and Branding On A Shoestring throws light on how to approach branding for small businesses effectively. Branding can't be avoided, and this book helps you to do it right.”
“Powerful, practical and solid advice on how to brand your business with confidence. Apply Kim Speed's knowledge, and you'll be able to attract more of the right clients right away.”