If you’re a writer with aspirations to be published, then you need to brand yourself.
If you’re a business owner, you need a brand.
If you work for a business, your company needs a brand.
Branding Basics for Small Business: How to Create an Irresistible Brand on Any Budget will show you exactly how to do it. This book is worth far more than the 0.99 cents we’re charging this week. Here’s what Fabulous Female Network says about Maria Ross and her new book:
Targeted to small business owners, entrepreneurs, non-profits and other time-starved and cash-strapped organizations, Maria walks readers through a ten step process to create a strong brand strategy. Having a clear brand strategy enables your organization to do more with less, attract just the right audience with just the right messages and prevents them from wasting time and money on “random acts of marketing.” Her book includes real-life case studies from small business brands plus expert insights from author Mike Michalowicz, known as “The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur” and others.
Find the special price on Amazon.com, Kindle edition.
Who is Maria Ross? I’ll let her tell you: I’m a frequent guest writer for Microsoft Small Business UK, Sharp Skirts, Entrepreneur.com, AMEX Open Forum, CRAVE and I’ve been featured on MSNBC, ABC News, NPR and in Entrepreneur,Seattle Business, and Columbus CEO. I’ve offered practical and punchy insight on talk radio shows and delighted live audiences at BlogHer, The New York Times Small Business Summit, Puget Sound Business Journal, Chamber of Commerce, Small Business Administration, Ladies Who Launch, CRAVE, and Savor the Success, just to name a few. I earned a B.S in Marketing and a minor in Spanish from Indiana University. And among other philanthropic efforts, I’m a brain injury awareness advocate and I let my dog-fanatic freak-flag fly, with pro bono branding support to the Seattle Animal Shelter Foundation.