- How to Build a Personal Brand from Nothing#AskGaryVee Episode 34: How to Build a Personal Brand from Nothing #QOTD: Are you a Vayniac or part of the VaynerNation? What's the difference? #TIMESTAMPS 00:35 - Can I add curated content to my own content? if yes, what’s...
- Building a Personal Brand: It's Your Only OptionBuilding a Personal Brand: It's Your Only Option Whether you like it or not, you have a personal brand. Wine Library TV host Gary Vaynerchuk, one of the Internet's most successful social media operators,...
- Personal Branding Guru, William Arruda Personal Branding Guru, William Arruda, the founder of Reach Personal Branding delivering a keynote speech ' Personal Branding for Project Managers' in...
- 10/01/2017beBee includes all the necessary features to create, showcase and share people's personal brands including a professional profile, professional networking, a publishing platform, affinity groups (both personal and professional), live video capability, interactive job postings, advanced communication tools, and a multi-network content-sharing tool.
Comments10/01/2017 #3 Mohammed SultanI'm @ Mohammed Sultan whose core interest and passion have a great synergy with beBee passion and objectives.A father of four; a young diplomat(son),an eye doctor(daughter),A chemist(daughter) and a graphic designer(son).The are my small hive in New Cairo where gardens are full of bees and superstore shelves display beBee honey.This's the real me.
- Producer10/01/201710 Unconventional Ways to Build Your Personal BrandYou won’t find me regurgitating advice like, “Get out there and join networking events.” I absolutely will not tell you to “be yourself.”Related: The #1 Secret to Building Your Perfect Personal BrandThose things, and more, have been said repeatedly....
- Producer03/01/2017How do you spend your vacation? Sitting on the Sidelines? Or are you the Life of the Party?Ahh…vacation! Vacation is one of those important activities that everyone needs in life, but few have learned to fully enjoy. Even the government understands the value of time off. France gets the entire month of August off! Americans are...
- Producer21/12/2016Building a Successful Personal BrandSell Yourself: Tips to Creating a Powerful Personal Brand Personal brands are important to everyone. Personal brands are not only for the entrepreneur that owns their own business. It is the secret sauce that can make you stand out of a stack...
Comments10/01/2017 #60 Javier 🐝 beBeebeBee includes all the necessary features to create, showcase and share people's personal brands including a professional profile, professional networking, a publishing platform, affinity groups (both personal and professional), live video capability, interactive job postings, advanced communication tools, and a multi-network content-sharing tool27/12/2016 #53 Sara JacoboviciI just came across your buzz now @Javier 🐝 beBee and I'm glad I did. First because it is a great resource, thank you! Second because I am reading it at exactly the right time! Looking forward to sharing the results of your advice in the New Year. Happy New Year to you Javier and to all the beBee teams!! Wishing you all continued success!!22/12/2016 #49 Wayne YoshidaExcellent lesson, @Javier 🐝 beBee. I like Tip 8 about sharing knowledge since it not only demonstrates expertise, it makes you think about things in different ways, as students learn and then question what you are teaching. Makes the teacher think. And, the best thing that can happen: When the student learns and questions enough to become a teacher.22/12/2016 #48 Max🐝 J. Carter#45 It's funny you bring up Starbucks, a few years ago a study showed that when a starbucks popped up all the mom and pop coffee places saw an increase in business as a result.
They are more expensive where the smaller place are cheaper.
Twist that around for Walmart and every where Walmart goes in the mom and pop places take a big hit because Walmart is cheaper.
One of the reasons that beBee will flourish is because it is free to the user. It offers a place to fill the need for acceptance where you don't have to join a special club or be excluded from any part of what beBee offers due to cash.
It's the including aspect of beBee that will have this site see continued growth for long time.22/12/2016 #47 Aleta Curry#46 No arguments on that one. Do you know, @Javier 🐝 beBee, that despite people going on and on about of what paramount importance logos are, I never knew they had a mermaid until I read it in an article not too long ago? I must be the least visual, most advertising-resistant person on the planet. I'm a Madson Avenue nightmare!22/12/2016 #45 Aleta Curry#25 Interesting juxtaposition, Max🐝 J. Carter, mega social media sites and shopping malls.
I don't think the personal website (and I include small to medium business sites) will be totally killed off, however. Recall that there was a backlash against chain stores running little shops out of business, with people making a conscious effort to eschew the chains and patronise the Mom-and-Pop shop. I visit the mall when I must, not merely when I can.
Despite the proliferation of fast food chains, independent restaurants are still flourishing.
And chains haven't killed off cafes by a long shot. Starbucks coffee is comparatively expensive, delivered in paper cups, and it sucks. And we love cafe culture: we appreciate the quiet, the personal service and homemade goodies. And also Starbucks coffee sucks. And mediocre sandwiches cost a couple of hundred dollars. And besides that, their coffee sucks.
I do think that we're going to see a shift in how personal sites are used; it's already happening. As Deb 🐝 Helfrich says, her site is minimalist and contains specific information. My experience is similar: if someone wants to know the when where and why of my next event, they're not going to track me down on beBee, no, they're going to type [name of fair] into the Google box and be taken to the dedicated website. Ditto when they want specific antiques information.
An older person is going to turn to the classifieds in the newspaper or an antiques magazine. (Or, believe it or not, look me up in the Yellow Pages. It still happens.)
Yet, mega sites-cum-publishing platforms will increasingly be the place I choose to publish all types of essay, because for the foreseeable future, that's where I get the highest dissemination of works proving my expertise and genius. ( Go beBee: rah, rah, RAH!)
Okay, you're right, I don't know what my point is either. I'm just making observations.
And have I mentioned that Starbucks coffee sucks?
- 21/12/2016Are you aware of your personal brand and do you leverage it enough?The importance of your online personal brandwendyvangilst.com These days everybody has social media profiles and this means everybody has an online brand. A lot of people are not aware of the power of their personal brand. It can help you to selling products...
- 20/12/2016Social Branding: 4 Ways to Build Your Brand Beyond LinkedIn | The Personal Branding Blogwww.thepersonalbrandingblog.com
- Producer17/12/20163 Tips for Defining Your Personal BrandWhen you’re on a job hunt, it seems like everyone is telling you how important your personal brand is. The fact of the matter is, you already have a personal brand — you just might not be aware of it. Your brand is essentially your image and the way...
Comments19/12/2016 #5 Jerry FletcherJanna, Your advice is spot on. I've been researching the area of Personal Brand Development for www.BrandBrainTrust.com. I've been looking for an expert who works with people to build their own brand to feature on the web site. This blog makes it obvious that you know how to build a personal brand. Do you have an example we could use on the site? You can e-mail me: Jerr@Z-axisMarketing.com17/12/2016 #3 Deb 🐝 Helfrich@Janna Kefalas - this is a thoroughly invaluable buzz. I suggest you put a tickler in your calendar and reshare early in the New Year when folks are through the holiday season. I am bookmarking this as I prepare my own marketing materials for my little enterprise.
I do want to highlight that I wholeheartedly believe in what @Mohammed Sultan has said below in comment #2
"Don't consider the job search as an opportunity to show the merits of your past "core skills" but as an opportunity to to show them why you consider this job opportunity the next logical step of your career advancement"
Part of why the current job search process is broken is too much focus on the past - it is important, but we currently do not focus enough in interviews on taking about the future - how we would go about aspects and tasks in this potential future job. It would be so much easier to evaluate the best candidate if the hiring manager asked them all a small set of pertinent questions pertaining to what they would do to accomplish 4 upcoming deliverables that they would be required to work on in the first year on the job. Same questions, evaluate the candidate based on how they think about the upcoming work.17/12/2016 #2 Mohammed SultanWhat makes the job search difficult is that you are the product and the sales person.You not only need to hit the boundaries of the current HR selection criteria ,but also hit their imagination.In order to be able to stick in the hiring managers mind you should think of positioning your personal brand as a brand with feeling and passion.Don't consider the job search as an opportunity to show the merits of your past "core skills" but as an opportunity to to show them why you consider this job opportunity the next logical step of your career advancement,and also away to conceive the new role for the future and in different boundaries.To differentiate your personal brand ,get away of showing your past "core skills" and experience by showing your "core interests",the synergy of objectives that might exist,and above all your passion .Instilling the value of market research in the search process will enrich the value of your personal brand and keep it out of the reach of other job candidates.Thanks @Janna for your advice which will make the search process a paradise,as titled by the meaning of your name Janna in Arabic.
- Producer12/12/2016Your Personal Brand In Social SellingBy Ian Moyse (Industry Cloud and Channel Sales Leader) , rated #1 Cloud Influencer 2016 and Awarded a Linkedin Power Profile 2015I am often amazed at how little most sales people invest in the value of their own personal brand and lack understanding...
Comments15/12/2016 #25 Sushmita Thakare JainGreat Post Ian Moyse! Personal Branding is one of my favorites. 'Having an online brand is not about necessarily having your name in lights (pun above) or being known or famous, it is the public view you give of yourself to others .' So true!
Thanks for sharing, will share it ahead.13/12/2016 #19 CityVP 🐝 ManjitFirst of all, a big hearty welcome to you Ian. In the past I have followed your Twitter account because of your background in Cloud but it is good to see you express views in the area of social selling.
The first time I encountered social selling was when I was a part of the Fast Company discussion group and 16 years ago, the chief discussion was the feature on "Brand You" from Tom Peters https://www.fastcompany.com/28905/brand-called-you
At the time social networking was not in the form it is today, but we still had an online profile as a part of discussion groups or in the form of whatever blogs we chose to write. I remember my immediate reaction was the association Tom Peter's article had with FMCG goods i.e. it made me feel like a product.
It is not until the arrival of Facebook that I actually did feel like I was product, in this case a product for Facebook to make its money, my personal information would be what this marketer would be trading on and so I became a refusenik.
I'm still a cell-phone refusenik having joined Facebook due to my Toastmasters club presence there, but my cell-phone refusenik stance will likely end next year also. So I can understand the term "social selling" in this context, that this form of branding is now so common place, it simply goes with the territory. As Bob Dylan said "The Times are Changin" - which I will write up as a buzz.13/12/2016 #17 Michele Williams"Personal brand management, Social selling and experience in how to leverage these is going to continue to become increasingly important and as a differentiator to you personally. " @Ian Moyse, this is very relevant for startup founders looking for customers, employees and investors. I look forward to your next post. I have added you to a beBee Buzz list on Twitter. You will be able to follow @Javier 🐝 beBee, @Juan Imaz, @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood , official beBee posts and posts from many bees who also tweet. All are welcome to subscribe at https://twitter.com/MicheleWilliamz/lists/bebee-buzz12/12/2016 #14 Deb 🐝 HelfrichPleased to have you buzzing around the hives, @Ian Moyse. I have to concur with your observation that most people don't want to hear about your sandwich - on other sites.
Around beBee, there is a variety, richness, and ultimately a deepness of engagement that comes about in sharing around the things in life that we are interested in and that bring us joy. Many, many people make fulfilling livelihoods in the food and beverage industry and every single one of us partake of food a few times a day, just to shift the perspective a tiny bit.
The nuance of the power of the beBee concept is summed up best by thinking of the world as our playground.12/12/2016 #4 Jan 🐝 Barbosa@Irene Hackett !!! Thanks !!!! Been reading about Ian quite some time , actually he jumped into my radar when he made an online interview with Tim Hughes... Have to admit, before that i was centered in social media... Yet @Ian Moyse View more@Irene Hackett !!! Thanks !!!! Been reading about Ian quite some time , actually he jumped into my radar when he made an online interview with Tim Hughes... Have to admit, before that i was centered in social media... Yet @Ian Moyse alerted me of the world that moves all the net !!! The world of CLOUD !!! Welcome @Ian Moyse !!!! Close
- Producer18/11/2016How to Distil an Unforgettable Personal BrandTo Brand or Not to Brand?“All of us need to understand the importance of branding. We are CEOs of our own companies: Me Inc. To be in business today, our most important job is to be head marketer for the brand called You.”– Tom Peters, Fast...
Comments26/11/2016 #5 Lisa 🐝 GallagherExcellent buzz @Ari Kopoulos. This really stood out for me, "Don't get discouraged when things don't go your way or move as quickly as you'd like. If you maintain your core values, continue to deliver on your promises and work tirelessly to build trust, the right people will eventually notice." It's easy to get discouraged on a given day. Well delivered! Thanks to @Jan 🐝 Barbosa, I stumbled upon this buzz!23/11/2016 #4 Mohammed SultanIt's a good idea from Tom peters that can energize your career strategy.Everyone should stick around the idea of branding themselves. Branding doesn't mean presenting your past "core skills", but instead positioning the output of your current "core interests" through personal and professional profile on beBee.18/11/2016 #1 David B. GrinbergKudos, Ari, on an exemplary buzz with awesome advice. You really nailed the subject matter here. All bees should take notice and apply your promising practices. I've shared this in three hives. Buzz on, my friend!
cc: @Javier 🐝 beBee View moreKudos, Ari, on an exemplary buzz with awesome advice. You really nailed the subject matter here. All bees should take notice and apply your promising practices. I've shared this in three hives. Buzz on, my friend!
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- Producer17/10/2016Styling your Professional Look: Home or ‘Salon’?Obviously in the working world of most professionals at least, looks are irrelevant to ability (we’re not saying that models, actors etc. aren’t workers of course!), but when it comes to your CV, everyone needs to look their best.CV writers are like...
- Producer11/07/20168 Social Media Power Tips To Build Your Brand and BusinessPublished on Brand Quarterly 7/6/16 All our customers were going out of business, our product was losing margin, and our competition was growing – I had to do something. Our savior came in the form of social media – implementing a 2-brand strategy –...
- Producer27/06/2016How To Master Your Personal BrandRecently, I gave a presentation for a group of business talents in Denmark with the topic of how they could become personal branding superstars. Now hold on. What’s a finance professional doing giving a presentation on personal branding? How can he...
- 21/04/2016Showcase Your ENTIRE Personal Brand on beBeewww.linkedin.com A lot has been written about using social media to build a personal brand that is attractive to employers, clients, and other influencers in your industry. Until now, a social media users have...
- Producer09/04/2016Ask Yourself These Two Questions Each DayPersonal GrowthQuestions are powerful tools because they invoke great ideas, insights, and discoveries. They also jump start the pursuit to reveal the most relevant, and sometimes unimagined, information needed to get to the bottom...
Comments09/04/2016 #4 Qamar Ali KhanExcellent advice @Jan Johnston Osburn! Personal growth has no limits. It varies according to the nature of individuals. It has no defined standards to meet. You presented this complex topic in a beautiful way. Being positive, caring for others, and believing that the life is meaningful, and priceless, are the foundation of thinking to develop ourselves. Thanks for this nice post!
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