Your Brand Style Wrap-Up - Amanda Richardson Photography
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Your Brand Style Wrap-Up

May 25, 2021

This spring, I’ve been talking all about your brand style on the blog. I’m ramping up to the next edition of RAISE YOUR Brand e-magazine, coming in June! This issue will feature articles from other business owners on how they’re raising their own brand image, as well as exclusive advise from branding professionals you can’t get here on my blog. Scroll to the bottom to sign up!

What happens when you strategically use your style in your brand

When you incorporate your personal style into your brand, the congruence between who you are and what your business is becoming has trickle down benefits. It might not seem like it at first, but with time and consistency, you’ll reap the rewards!

Creating content becomes easier

When you confidently put yourself and your style at the center of your brand messaging, creating content becomes easier. You can speak from the heart, know what’s you and what’s not, and spend less time getting writer’s block on your captions. Once you find your style and voice, content becomes second nature!

You become a scroll stopper

You know that moment when you’re scrolling through Instagram and almost pass a post, but go stop and go back because you just love that jumpsuit? When you start expressing yourself and your personal style without letting insecurities hold you back, you start turning heads!

The right clients start finding you

If you read last week’s post, you know that finding your ideal client is easier when you’re being authentically you online. You and your brand are one and the same as an entrepreneur. So own it! And, you’ll see the benefits. Over time, more of your inquiries will be those ideal clients that love what you’re putting out there.

You become known for something

When your brand style is consistent, people start to recognize you for something. If you’re trying to please everyone and attract any client, your message gets diluted. But when you lean in to your strengths, preferences, and style, you’ll start to build the reputation that you dreamed of.

Want more insights on brand style?

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