HubSpot’s Insightful Self-Branding Advice

Insightful Self-Branding Advice. We value this topic as one of our favorites. And make it one of YOURS! Great self-brands lead to great careers. 🙂

How would YOU address these comments: I regularly ask my undergraduate and graduate students: Why should an employer want to hire YOU? What distinctive skills do YOU offer?
 

From HubSpot: Insightful Self-Branding Advice

Carly Stec, a senior content strategist at , offers excellent self-branding advice. Definitely worth an in-depth look!

“When you look for a job, expect to be Googled. When you try to land a speaking engagement, expect to be Googled. Send a guest contributor pitch to a blog you admire. And expect to be Googled. Why? Anyone who may work with you wants to know about you. That person wants an idea of your work and your personality. Then, he or she may respond to you.”

“As a result, your personal brand comes in. It refers to how you present or market yourself, your skills, and your work. Want to get past that initial Google search? You need a personal brand that reflects your capabilities. We assembled an A to Z guide. From consistency to networking, we walk you through the elements that define an impressive personal brand. So, you feel good about those Google search results.

The A to Z Guide begins with Authenticity. And it concludes with Zealous. Click the icon. Then, read the in-depth series of tips.

Insightful Self-Branding Advice. A to Z Guide from HubSpot:

 

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