We hear a lot of talk about ‘personal brand’ all over the internet. And no doubt, we should. When it comes down do it, branding, or the way others perceive us, affects almost everything we do in life, be it personal or professional.
So you're looking for a job. People tell you to use LinkedIn as it's the professional network and full 'o recruiters and vacancies. But if you have a limited network and you have exhausted it, what do you?
Online first impressions happen long before the first meeting. It is therefore essential to keep your online reputation in tip-top shape. Follow our checklist to get your personal brand noticed, for all the right reasons.
Steve Jobs is known as a perfectionist. He had a passion for design. Who knew that he would also leave a legacy on designing your own personal brand? Here are some lessons from Steve about personal branding.
Reputation is everything in business. A single blemish, a negative report, or a poor review of a product, could bring a company to its knees, affect sales and send a negative message to investors or consumers.