3 Brand Tips To Show Up As The Pro You Are 

As a business owner, you want, and need, to be seen as professional, trustworthy, and as someone who gives and gets great results for their clients. I'm going to share 3 brand tips to help you show up as the Pro you are.

Visibility is key for any business, if you are not seen, then you cannot sell. And then you cannot serve your clients and create the impact you wish to have in the world.

These simple brand tips will project the attributes you most want to convey.

This article is focused on how to use your business brand and show up everyday so you can make an impact with every piece of content you produce.

Perfect for introverts!

Brand Tip 1: Brand Your Social Content

In business, colour makes a huge impact on your audience. Building brand consistency into your social posts, and how you show up online is all part of this. 

Colour speaks a thousand words

Far faster than words, our subconscious brain picks up the colours we see and the inherent physical reactions that they trigger inside of us. 

In your brand, have no more than 2 key colours that you use consistently in content posts. 

If you have a brighter accent brand colour, then look out for props that reflect your business niche in this colour, from pens to mugs. These all add to your brand and can be used to great effect in your brand photos. 

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Use these colours to create graphics for testimonials, quotes, and image borders. All of these are visual cues that pull people towards your brand and recognise it in their feed. 

Think about your brand neutral too - this does not need to be white! I have a cream as a neutral to reflect warmth and acceptance for my gentle yet firm guidance to business growth.

Knowing your brand colours and using them with consistency across all your content, from your website to downloads to social posts will support your goal of showing up like the Pro you are. 

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Brand Tip 2. The Brand of You

You are the most important asset in your business. And people want to see your face, especially your eyes. Our eyes are quoted as being the windows to our soul. They reflect our emotions, whether we mean to show them outwardly or not. 

As such, it’s a basic human instinct to gain trust through eye contact, and showing your face online is part of this. As an introvert it can be easy to hide behind the misconception that we prefer to be hidden and unseen. But if you are a coach or course creator your people, your audience, your clients want to see you.

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As a business owner you already have a personal brand, whether you have worked on it or not. Your brand is famously what people say about you when you are not in the room. Every time you show up, whether in content online or in person, every interaction builds towards your personal brand. 

So take a moment to take control of the narrative, what do you want people to say about you when you are not there? Are you showing up and sharing your brand values and philosophies? These are a central pillar to how clients will be drawn to working with you over anyone else who serves a similar market. 

Brand Tip 3: Frame Your Brand

All talk makes for dull content, we all love images and pictures to help us connect to a written story, and concepts are particularly hard to grasp when vocalised only. 

To really connect with clients, create visual frameworks that illustrate what you do, and the journey you take your clients on. Let you clients visualise where they fit in with the services you offer. 

Starting with creating client archetypes, that are focused on the 2 key areas of expertise that you support clients with, will help prospects self-identify with their struggles and desires.

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As they feel seen and heard, that you have nailed them completely, then they will come knocking on your door for support as they see themselves clearly and recognise why they need you in their life. 

Detailed advice on the best visual frameworks to use are provided inside my Introvert Business Booster training. My clients regularly rave about how powerful the visual frameworks are, not just for clients to understand what they do but also as they provide immense clarity and structure in their coaching business, enabling them to clarify their offers and marketing. 

The more succinct your message and offers are, the easier it is to sell your services. And visual frameworks, fully branded to your business, show you fully as the Pro you are.

Uniquely You

As an introverted coach or consultant, clients work with you because of your unique view of the world, your unique experience, and your unique skill set. 

Your brand needs to reflect this and help you stand out from the crowd online. Using the 3 brand tips above will really help you stand up as an expert in your niche. 

Keeping all content consistent is far easier when you have defined your brand and written guidelines to follow. Reach out to an expert brand designer to help you with this, as it’s an investment that keeps on giving. 

And if you’re ready to take a step further and create well thought out frameworks that convert readers into clients, then take a look at the personal support that’s open to you in The Spark Space.

Written by Susanna Reay, 06/16/2022

Susanna Reay is a multi award-winning coach, writer, and speaker who’s been bringing clarity, focus and structure into small businesses and entrepreneurial start-ups for over 20 years. Susanna brings a unique perspective informed by her training in design and business strategy, her life-long interest in psychology and strengths as an introverted online business builder. Her book, courses and mentoring have been the catalyst for growth for clients who’ve integrated Sparkle Frameworks® into their business. She helps the unseen be seen, heard and respected. Susanna is based in Europe, serving a global audience from her English home.

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