Why would clients be uncomfortable on Zoom? They’re your clients after all. Yet, time and time again we notice a reluctance on the part of the client. They turn off their video, and it’s possible they don’t have a photo either. They don’t ask questions, despite you trying your best to get them to pitch […]
How To Create And Sell An Online Course Successfully: The Psychotactics Way
Is branding important for a small business? How do you build a small business brand?
As a small business owner, you often wonder if branding is essential. Do you brand your business,or your product or service? To create a successful brand, you need the elements of positioning and uniqueness.
Is there a way to create a unique brand identity?
In this section, we look at the psychology of branding and how you can use it to create your unique position in the marketplace.
You will learn about:
- How do you amplify your branding
- What is Santa's Marketing strategy (and how you can apply it to your business)
- How to choose the right colour for your brand
- The Mona Lisa branding strategy
- The power of uniqueness in branding your product.
Look at the list of articles below, pick the one that gets your attention and start reading. I would recommend you start with—How To Amplify Your Branding With A Signature Story.
P.S. Don't forget to download your copy of the headline report.
In ten minutes (or less) you’ll learn how to systematically build a headline that works. You will find it at the end of every article.
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Which do you think is superior? Group or one-on-one consulting? Most people aren’t likely to pick group consulting. It seems like the benefits of one on one consulting far exceed that of a group. And despite our bias for one-on-one consulting, greater learning and implementation is done with groups. Plus as a trainer, you earn […]
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