Hummm, a post or posts that had comments on! It took awhile for me to figure out “My Brand”. As I learned technology and marketing this comment, what’s you brand, kept coming up?

Starting as a network marketer with a company this was never mentioned. Why? I am not really sure if it was my company didn’t know or me getting my brand would not help their sales.

After years of trying to figure it out when learning the technology and marketing, it finally popped for me. My brand is not my logo or colors. My brand is ME!!

In order to have my brand recognized I needed to get information out about me. The first place I learned was Facebook. I needed to get people to Know, Like and Trust me. How did I and still doing get that done. I did posts.

Honestly, my posts were all different kinds. Why? Because I like many different things. I guess you could say I am multi faceted. People need to know who I am.

Therefore my posts are of many things. Personal posts that are things happening in my life. Quotes I like. Jokes I like. I do LIVE video too. What better way for someone to get to know me quicker than seeing me and hearing me bring value to them.

Which have brought the most comments. I actually haven’t counted because there are many. My LIVEs generate a fair number of comments. Those are always positive.

As I think about it, I don’t remember receiving a negative comment. One of my very first posts I was shocked. I got a notification that I had some comments. As I looked at that post and the comments, Facebook had already removed someone’s comment and actually removed them. I had to ask someone what that meant. I knew my post was nothing political, racist or any negativity at all. That’s why I didn’t understand. Did it bother me. Yes for awhile as I would never do or say anything to offend someone, at least not on purpose. I figured the comment must have really not been nice since Facebook removed it and the person and left me a little note.

What I am saying I have never done a post that would cause conversation on something controversial.

I really like quotes. Of course I don’t do them daily. I get a lot of positive comments or reactions. People seem to like my jokes as there is usually a fair amount of comments and reactions.

Will I keep doing things like I mentioned. Of course because it is me reaching out with things I enjoy and value I need to give or a chuckle to reach my audience. That they might learn who I am.

To Your Success,


Deb Andrews
Deb Andrews

I mentor entrepreneurs to bring and grow their business online by giving value and strategies that will bring more leads and sales.

    4 replies to "Something To Talk About Maybe!"

    • Jeri Brunton

      You seem to be in the same spot I’m in. It’s a learning curve this whole social media and bogging success thing. Keep writing!!

      • Deb Andrews

        Jeri, we will always be learning as technology changes. Unless of course we don’t want to go forward anymore. Hang in there as I keep writing so should you. Thank you for commenting.

    • Doug

      I have heard it said that your brand should change about every 5 years. Maybe I misunderstood or maybe they were in the business of developing brands for people and their companies. There is always the possibility that a new logo or color theme will attract more eyeballs.
      You may have seen the logo of Pepsi and Coke Cola and Ford change over the years but they still are keeping the same name. Others are changing their name. What was Rakuten called before they changed their name and does it matter now?
      I think our “brand” will change as the technology changes and we change to take advantage of those changes.

      • Deb Andrews

        Hi Doug, I totally agree that our brand will change as time moves forward, we move forward with it as we change. As I think back on my journey what I thought my brand was has changed since those first days. You are right, my name will not change though!! Thank you for commenting.

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