3 reasons why an explicitly build brand brings clients to your business on autopilot

3 reasons why an explicitly build brand brings clients to your business on autopilot

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Perfectly build brand brings clients to your business on autopilot and here is why. The reason 1. People love brands because they are supposed to be consistent with their quality and they also keep their promises. So they know what to expect…
When you build your brand the fear is not an option!

When you build your brand the fear is not an option!

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The fear factor is one of the most powerful things that stops entrepreneurs at the start. What if they don’t like me? What if I’m not good enough? What if nobody buys? There are millions of questions in peoples’ heads that stop them…
3 ways how to promote your product brand online

3 ways how to promote your product brand online

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Today I want to talk about physical products and how you can promote them online. How you can build up authority around your business and create awareness of what you do and why you are the best expert to buy from. The truth is that there…
Can you write funny, happy, inspiring posts to attract your ideal client?

Can you write funny, happy, inspiring posts to attract your ideal client?

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If you are an extrovert, you will write these posts with ease because you have a habit of doing it on a daily basis. If you are a professional copywriter, you will write such posts with ease too, because it's your job, no strings attached. However,…
How to Transform your business communication into a brand communication.

How to Transform your business communication into a brand communication.

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Branding makes your business more efficient. Firstly, it saves your time and nerves because you do not need to explain to your designer or photographer what do you want all the time. You just show them your brand book and they need to follow…
The power of the imperfect brand!

The power of the imperfect brand!

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In an imperfect world, can your brand be perfect? Richard Branson once said “Too many companies want their brands to reflect some idealised, perfected image of themselves. As a consequence, their brands acquire no texture, no character…