Winning With BrandingBy: Laurie Rogers
If I were to ask you what K.D. was, you would undoubtedly know it is a short form associated with Kraft Dinner. There probably aren't many people who have not heard of "Kraft Dinner" or who have not eaten it at one point in their life.
In fact, if I was to ask you to take a look in your cupboard now, chances are, the majority of you would even have a box of it in there!
If asked you who Eminem was, the chances are, you would know who he was too. You may not exactly like him or his music, but the fact is, you still know who he his. There's no possible way you could miss hearing about him, as he is the most talked about "BAD Boy Rapper" currently in the music industry today.
Now, I am certainly not going to tell you to go out and break the law to make yourself famous online. Because you want
to be able to actually spend all your hard earned money! Although branding yourself effectively consists of a lot of work, it isn't worth that kind of fame. If you apply the correct techniques it will not seem like much "work" at all! Now that we have that covered I'm going to tell you, what has worked for me.
When I first became a publisher - I was "widely known" for my "tell it like it is - attitude". In fact, if you were to go to my site www.optinfrenzy.com/about.html and read all the testimonials, that's exactly what you would read. My fellow publishers loved the fact that I had the "guts" to tell people what I really thought and because they liked my demeanor, they would send me "referred subscribers" on a regular basis.
Most people are familiar with me because I co-authored a best selling ebook with Jimmy D. Brown, (Ezine Resource Guide). But despite that there were a lot of people who still had NO idea who I was. So, I began writing a lot of articles on a very controversial subject - "spam", which in turn, gave me the opportunity of becoming a "Featured Writer" for one of the internet's most "prominent" ezines - DEMC.
If you want to win with Branding, this is what you need to do:
© Laurie Rogers, 2002