How valuable is your brand?

I’m not just talking about your product or your website, although those are part of this.

I’m talking about your personal brand.

When someone thinks of your name, what comes to their mind?

What do they associate with you?

This may vary based on their relationship with you.

The “brand” your spouse or closest friends see may be totally different than the one your boss or co-workers have come to know.

What would they say about you and what emotions have they connected to you?

A good name is to be more desired than great wealth; Favor is better than silver and gold.”
Proverbs 22:1, NASB

Branding doesn’t just apply to Fortune 500 companies.

It’s not a logo, jingle, color scheme, or tagline…although those can all be part of an overall brand.

A brand is how others see you.

What can they count on you for?

What gifts, talents, and skills do you bring to the table?

What are your character traits? How do you treat others?

How have you helped them, made them laugh, or made them feel about themselves?

There are so many more elements I could bring in.

Basically, your brand is the collection of all experiences and emotions they connect with you.

Let’s move to the entrepreneurial arena.

Your brand is an ultra-consistent way of presenting features and benefits, both rational and emotional.” – Dr. Glenn Livingston

There’s a lot to unpack in that sentence. One way to think of branding is as a signal for the emotions your clients you will experience.

Here’s what they will receive and how it will make them feel.

That comes through in everything you do, from the products you release to the customer service you provide.

It especially comes through in how you communicate with your audience.

What stories are you telling?

What is your tone of voice?

How are you different from the competition?

In other words, how are you ‘uniquely you’?

This applies to your website, videos, interviews, social media, and especially in email.

I remember years back when I first studied copywriting.

I read a lot of Gary Halbert sales letters.

I was able to identify letters he had written for other businesses even if it wasn’t attributed to him. He had a style that was identifiable even when writing for others.

Could people say the same about you?

Autoresponder Alchemy will help you write your own entertaining, profitable emails.

It includes 80 templates you can model, but there is something even more valuable in that training.

You’ll discover how to identify and map out your HERO persona.

You might be a mild-mannered pajama-wearing college dropout in your day-to-day life, but you can be a hero to your audience.

You can position yourself as an authority with value to share.

And you can display an ultra-consistent brand and story that attracts your ideal buyers who are looking for a specific emotional experience.

You won’t write like me. The world doesn’t need another ‘me’.

You’ll write like you…the confident, successful, and profitable leader you were created to be.

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Terry Dean
Terry Dean

Terry Dean has been in full-time internet business since 1996 and has helped thousands of entrepreneurs get started online through his articles and products. He lives in Ocala, Florida with his wife and 2 dogs. Find out more about how his step-by-step courses can help you today.