4 Branding Tips for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Updated: Jun 3, 2019



For aspiring entrepreneurs, there are many ways to brand yourself. If you're not sure how to get started, then check out these tips on how to make the most of what's available today.

Tell a Story

Telling a unique story about how your company was created or a specific dynamic of your firm is a great place to start. Many companies don't always provide a reason for why they exist. But with the creation of social media, entrepreneurs need to engage their audience in ways that set them apart. Perhaps your story for why you created the company is based on a loved one passing away from cancer, and this is the reason why you have a company that helps people cope with the disease. These details lend emotional depth to an otherwise boring company. Storytelling can evoke a passion in a cause and a reason for wanting the service or product that your small business has to offer.


Create Brand Interactions

When looking at brand interactions, most businesses use a website and social media channels like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Whether it's Instagram's "Stories," interactive polls, or some "yes or no" questionnaires for your followers, there are many ways to take advantage of unique dynamics of social media platforms. Facebook groups and ads allow you to gauge your potential client base and better understand customers who can provide essential data. As an entrepreneur, you need to adapt to what your clients want. More than 100 million people now use free tools for web design and content creation, so it is best to use free social media platforms to maximize the potential with the right interactions.

Create a List of Adjectives

While making a list can help you organize parts of your life, listing adjectives is a way to hammer out a brand for your business. This is a form of brainstorming that can help to hatch some creative elements that were not originally there. Identifying how you want your brand to look and feel is important. And using that information to help inform decisions about what your logo should look like and what fonts to select on your website and print materials is part of the process of branding. The company message should match the whole look and feel of your site, so your brand can be felt and fully experienced by your audience. There are also software tools that involve mind mapping, like Mindmeister. These can help you pinpoint the best adjectives to eventually brand your business with in terms of a specific niche of service or particular product line you plan to sell. There are many ways to create adjectives to describe your entrepreneurial ventures. A definitive list of adjectives that you can add to or delete get the juices flowing.

Put Your Passion on Display


Bringing passion to your entrepreneurial ventures can be contagious. Bring people into your world so they can feel connected with your brand message and your mission. Having a connection with your followers on social media can help enliven your customer base. And having a website that includes a free item or two will help entice more buyers. Sometimes, giving something away for free to get them to sign up for your newsletter makes sense. This is also a great strategy for getting people to review your product. Positive reviews and word-of-mouth advertising can go a long way toward furthering your brand. Providing a free deliverable on your business website or blog also helps to reinforce where your passions lie.

Defining an engaging and relatable brand is one of the most exciting parts of entrepreneurship. Follow these four tips and start building your brand today!

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