PERSONAL BRANDING SESSION WITH DR. DAPPER
Create a brand worth talking about with imagery that show what it feels like to work with you. Marketing YOURSELF as a brand is becoming more and more important than marketing your products. We all know that in this world of easy access to information, you can only win customers over if they like you and believe in you. Your Linkedin or social media profile headshots are just not enough for your customers to feel connected to your brand.
In a personal branding shoot, we work together to define what your business represents and work together to create portraits that reflect and strengthen that message and can be used on your website, social media, public speaking and blogging to attract your ideal clientele and build a tribe. I help you show, what you want to tell.
Eric Jones (Dr. Dapper) is the CEO of LFLS (Like father like son) shoes. He is killing it with his brand presence on social media. He is a style icon all in himself! Check out his personal branding session we did last week:
Do you need help activating your brand power, telling your story and defining your true essence? Contact me to discuss how I can help elevate your brand presence. Let's collaborate!
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