In the world of business, both online and offline, it doesn’t pay to be a wallflower.
You don’t want to blend into the background, because it means that you’ll be instantly forgettable and easily replaceable.
You already know this, of course, but what can you do to establish a stronger brand identity, one that fans, followers, and customers will remember? One that will stick in their minds the next time they’re interested in something that you might offer?
While there is no such thing as a magic bullet, you do have it in your power to stack the odds in your favor. And these 9 ways are easily accessible by brands and businesses of all sizes, even if you’re only a company of one.
1. Capitalize on major social media platforms
This may go without saying, but you’d really be surprised by just how many modern companies are not taking full advantage of social media. That starts with using your brand logo and creating visuals and background profiles that further promote your brand identity.
It would be unreasonable for a very small company to uphold a presence on every platform under the sun. Instead, be active on the three big ones for sure – Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram – and then go to where your customers and potential fans already are for maximum impact.
If your target demographic or ideal customer base tends to skew a little older, there’s no sense in spending too much time on TikTok. But if your target audience is more business-oriented, you may focus more…