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5 Top LinkedIn Features for Personal Brands

Since 2003 LinkedIn has been building an effective career networking tool online for connecting with the right people. The first step towards building your personal brand is have a presence there. The second step is to tap into all that it has to offer. Show More Summary

‘Johnny Football’ Goes Lululemon in Snicker’s Spot

Since this is pre-football week, here’s a BBDO ad for Snickers that tells us that Johnny Manziel is trying to improve upon his personalbrand” after a rough start. Rather than simply sweating because he didn’t get picked until the 22nd...Show More Summary

Oklahoma releases prison log for botched April execution

By Heide Brandes OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) - A person trained to draw blood inserted the IV for the botched execution of a convicted murderer in Oklahoma last April, a prison log released on Thursday revealed, but gave no other details of what happened when the procedure went wrong. Show More Summary

Tweet This Hashtag in NYC, and Reebok Could Run a Pair of Sneakers Over to You

Starting today, New Yorkers who tweet their shoe size and address with the hashtag #ReebokHDS could get a visit from the brand's Human Dispatch Service. The team of runners will personally rush pairs of Reebok's new ZJet sneakers to people at home or at work. Show More Summary

Vote: Best Personal Brand Message

Almost a hundred readers sent in their personal brand messages. Vote on which of the top ten you like best.

5 Steps to Building a Personal Brand (and Why You Need One)

People want to do business with other people; not with companies. Putting a strong personal brand on the front line of your sales process can dramatically improve conversion rates.

Greg Gutfeld Blows Up at ‘Commie Scum’ Russell Brand for Attacks on Fox

5 days agoNews : Mediaite

Actor Russell Brand has taken to going after Fox News pundits and personalities in the past few weeks, and Greg Gutfeld has had it. On The Five today, Gutfeld unloaded on Brand and called him a "coward."

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I am looking for ONE person, brand or merchant to work with on a profitable advertising and exposure opportunity. There are a couple of other options to consider as well, if the main opportunity is not a good fit for you but you still need help getting a serious boost to your traffic & sales or revenue...

Personal Branding Weekly – Bloodied, Beaten by Your Own Hand

Dave blew it this week. His email response was filled with CAPS, accusations, references to “pent up feelings” – all the things you may want to say (which would be the smarter move) but have now placed in an email where it can live for eternity (and be shared, reviewed and re-read). I’ve been there. Show More Summary

4 Ways to Elevate Your Personal Brand With Video

How many times have you heard the phrase "humanize your brand"? In the age of digital marketing, probably a lot. There are plenty of platforms to choose from, but nothing showcases your personality better than video. Whatever brand you are looking to create, give it real thought, and then put it to the test. Show More Summary

Neil Patel’s Complete Guide to Building Your Personal Brand

A personal branding guide from a personal branding success. Thank you to Neil Patel and Quicksprout Traffic U for sponsoring the 8th Annual JobMob Guest Blogging Contest. According to his blog's About page: "Neil Patel is the co-founder of Crazy Egg, Hello Bar and KISSmetrics. Show More Summary

Be Strategic and You Can Build A Powerful Social Media Brand, says Aidan J. Cassidy

[Sponsored Blog Post] One of the most important things you need to do to successfully build your personal brand is to find the right audience for the type of information you’re publishing, as well as the products you’re selling. TooShow More Summary

4 Steps to Build Influence for Your Personal Brand

These days it’s not about who you know online, but rather who gets to know your personal brand. In order to create opportunities for your business or new job it is important to recognize that making the right connections is a process...Show More Summary

Step-By-Step Guide For Building Your Personal Brand

The personal brand is an underestimated necessity for every professional. Here's a step-by-step guide for building your personal brand... The post Step-By-Step Guide For Building Your Personal Brand appeared first on CAREEREALISM.

How Mobile Personalization is Shaping the In-Store Customer Experience

Personalizing the retail experience is the single most important innovation retailers must embrace to thrive in the new omni-channel world. The essence of retail is the relationship between the brand and the individual. Every person is different and personalization technology has finally given us the tools to celebrate that individuality at every touchpoint. When an [...]

Woman at Work: Your Personal Brand and the Irrelevancy of Gender

You're committed, engaged, hard-working and loyal: so why do incompetents rise to the top while you stay trapped in your current role at a low-level tier in the management hierarchy? The answer doesn't lie in your job performance. It...Show More Summary

How To Use Personal Branding To Shine Bright

It's all about amplifying your message. This is a guest post by Yinka Olaito. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. Ignorance is not bliss. People who know nothing often operate in darkness. Show More Summary

Cam Newton, Peyton Manning Prank 'Unsuspecting Customers' in Gatorade Convenience Store Stunt

I understand if you're a brand who's going to film a stunt or prank featuring big time sports personalities, you can't really ask them to wait around for days for the perfect person to show up so the stunt is viral-worthy versus lame ass boring. Show More Summary

Identify What You Are Shy About to Build Your Personal Brand

Shyness might be a habit you can get over, and you need to do that to build your personal brand. But first, you need to understand what you are shy about and then stick to areas of comfort. Read more...

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