St Patrick’s Day is a great example of brilliant branding. I like to think of branding as your avatar. Because branding works 24/7 at all touch points with customers and clients – via stationery, business cards, brochures, PowerPoint presentations, website and social media, it’s important that branding – as your avatar – reflects your company – who you are, what you do, and what you stand for.
It’s all about branding. In the same way that you may be offering a similar service, or make the same widget as your competitors, what resonates with your customers or clients is that your passion, proposition and purpose or core brand is different, along with your visual branding, it’s what makes you special and stand out from the crowd.
New projects are like a love affair. First comes the passion for a new project, curiosity to find out all you can about the project, enlightenment on completing it, and finally commitment to an on-going relationship. I love my job!
Snowflakes form or nucleate around a particle – just as a company or brand is formed around an entrepreneur. In the right conditions something beautiful happens, a snowflake is formed, a brand is born.
You don’t know what you don’t know – its a weird, but true saying. There will be things you didn’t even know that you knew, that someone else would love to know. And with YouTube being second only to Google as a search engine, to increase your ranking, why not try sharing something you know?