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Aug 18, 2015  · 7 Ways to Make Your Brand Stand Out From the Herd.

Uwe Ellinghaus to learn the secrets of how this legacy brand plans to stand out in a herd.

How to Design a Style Guide Using Canva and Blogger Wednesday, December 10, 2014.

It keeps your style consistent and polished, and establishes your personal brand. I originally created my style guide using Canva and Blogger last year. As the months have passed by,

that really takes the guesswork out of things.) Headings.

How to make your product STAND OUT in a convenience store.

can accelerate sales efficiently and be one of the most effective marketing tools a brand can use. Other sales materials, like static clings, shelf strips and floor graphics are also often used.

there will be many c-store patrons who don’t live in the area. Understanding those.

4 Responses to How To Make Your Brand Stand Out. Diane Baranello says: January 18, 2012 at 6:31 pm. Heidi, these 5 questions are great.

and Nikolas’ question tying emotion to brand.

these are all facets when polishing a brand that stands out. I especially like.

The Stephanie Joanne brand is driven by results that her clients and audiences experience during live events, private mentoring and consulting as well media appearances. Her expertise in networking, media communication and strategy implementation support her multi-dimensional roles and projects.


Kudos to SJ and her team! I had a $11,000 launch and I have the rest of my year all planned out to keep the momentum going. Take the leap. Do what she’s telling you to do.

I am a BRAND and I’m building a (real) BUSINESS.