Here’s something the only the best at personal branding know and do: sharing your own ideas or great idea from others is a great long-term strategy for online visibility!
And the best part: you don’t have to spend every waking moment glued to social media in order to see great results!
If you’re a new or recent grad, the lack of experience may seem to disqualify you for many jobs.
However, I’ve seen numerous success stories with clients who have overcome this dilemma, and I want to share some strategies about how you can do that, too…
With limited experience in the workforce, college grads must be resourceful when it comes to establishing their personal brand. So we asked members of the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) this question:
What is the one piece of advice you’d give recent college grads, even with limited work experience, to help them build a great brand?
Much of the networking advice we hear seems so complicated. And yet, for me, all I need to do to start a mutually-beneficial relationship is ask the one question people love to answer:
“Work on any cool projects lately?”