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How To Create a Brand For Yourself (And For Your Business)

How to Build a Brand For Your Business

Here are the best tips on how to create a brand for yourself. Learning this skill is a critical element that can make a difference in your business.

So, how can you simplify the process so you can create an outstanding brand that people feel loyal to?

Brand building doesn't have to be difficult, time consuming or expensive. It begins by identifying a strength and weakness in your market and then creating your brand so that it highlights the reasons why people should choose you.

Spend an hour visiting the top blogs and websites in your niche. Analyze everything they've done to position themselves as authority figures in your market. Take notes! You'll be able to use this information when constructing your own brand.

What do you think of when you envision your brand? What color schemes, graphics, website layout and logo do you imagine as being part of your brand message?

If you haven't yet decided on the basic foundation for your brand, it's time to get started.

You may not think that something as simple as choosing a color scheme matters that much, but the truth is every component of your brand works towards forming a cohesive platform.

This means that you want to be consistent when creating your brand. Everything from your logo, to the theme and layout of your website should blend into one powerful and unique online presence.

In many cases, something as basic as cool product graphics could be the difference between a successful product launch and a dud, so you really want to think of every single aspect of your brand and then begin laying down the foundation.

Write down a few notes about your brand's vision. Start with the color scheme, jot down the name of your favorite graphic designer or explore website themes or templates so that you're able to evaluate all options.

If you want to start looking into hiring a graphic designer, check out Fiverr or Upwork as they are the most affordable freelance marketplaces online.

Remember, you need to stand out from the crowd by creating a brand that is fresh and unique, and position yourself as an influential figure in your market. In other words, it needs to be different from what everyone else is doing.

You'll also need to create buzz around you and your brand, to invoke curiosity from those that hear about you, and develop a reputation as an authority in your market. You can't do this if your brand looks like everyone else's.

So, how do you begin?

You need people to associate your name and brand with a specific skill or topic. In fact, this is the very first task you must complete when attempting to build your own stand-out brand. Your brand is the driving force behind every
campaign you create and every product you launch.

What do you want people to think about when they associating you with your brand? That's where you begin.

You want to choose a domain name that truly reflects your overall focus. You should go to every social media community that you plan to engage in and reserve your username across the board. You need to protect your brand, so by acquiring accounts that incorporate your brand name you don't have to worry about someone else snagging them later on.

Do you know how to create a good brand name? If you don't, check out my other guide. A whole section will exactly describe how to create a unique brand name and brand design.

About your logo. You want to choose one that is original and includes elements that will be both memorable and professional. Send over your own concepts and ideas, and work with your designer to create an original concept that will speak to your audience.

You need people to associate your name and brand with a specific skill or market so that you can build your own distinct brand.

U.S.P stands for unique selling proposition and the meaning is simple – it’s the most powerful benefit of a customer using your service or purchasing your product.

Your product USP is the driving force behind creating a recognizable brand in your market. There are businesses who have so carefully highlighted their USP that they can charge double what their competitors charge, and still sell out every single time!

If you do not brand yourself as an expert in a specific niche, you become the Jack of all Trades, the Master of None and people will not remember you or your brand.

In other words, you need to master how to build yourself as a brand.

When it comes to figuring out a USP for your business, you'll want to start by taking notes about how your business is different from the competition.

Here are a few ways to get started:

  1. Write down the reasons your business is different from the competitors. Look for things that cannot be easily duplicated.
  2. Think about 5-10 phrases that apply to your business. These should be keyword phrases that identify your products and
    services.
  3. Write down the features and benefits in regards to your products and services.
  4. Analyze and determine what need you are fulfilling when someone chooses your business.
  5. Write a statement as if it were coming from a customer, identifying what's in it for them. This is key because it helps you look at your business from a potential customer's perspective.


With this list of 5 critical answers, you'll be able to form a snapshot of what your business is about and how it differs from others. This is a great starting point when coming up with a USP.

If you still aren't sure how to create a brand for yourself, sign up for the 7-day business challenge and I go into more detail in that free training.

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I wish you the very best with building your brand and I hope that this post has helped you get the head start you need.

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