Don’t Forget About Twitter When You’re Building Your Personal Brand

A solid personal brand is an important key to your life and career success.  When it comes to online branding most people think that a presence on LinkedIn is enough.  No so.  You should explore other alternatives — like Twitter.

This article lays out some great common sense advice on how to use Twitter to build your personal brand.

http://careertoolboxusa.com/maximize-your-personal-branding-efforts-using-twitter/

I like all of the advice in this article.  I especially like the advice on becoming an industry expert…

Become known as an industry expert by sharing value-based content. Twitter is a great place to share your blog posts, company marketing materials, YouTube videos, or any other digital content that will enhance your image as a thought leader among your network. Utilizing Twitter for content sharing will greatly enhance the viewership, and get your message out to a wider audience. Make sure to use strategic hashtags to help your Tweets reach an even broader audience outside of your followers. Once your content starts getting favorited and re-Tweeted you will see the ripple effect take hold and the views on your content will skyrocket. The more you Tweet about the topics you want to be known for, the more impact you will have on your followers. Don’t be shy! Tweet away!

Your personal brand is important.  Twitter is an often overlooked tool for building a solid personal brand.  Use the ideas in this article and you’ll be on your way to becoming known as an expert and thought leader in your industry.

Your career mentor,

Bud

PS: I really want you to have a successful and fulfilling life and career.  That’s why I have opened up my career membership site to everyone — for free.  Go to www.BudBilanich.com/join, submit your contact information and you’ll become an instant member.

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