4 Ways To Make Money By Investing In Land

Two of the focuses of my blog are Financial Literacy/Money and Business/Entrepreneurship. While most people think of real estate in terms of owning buildings, a significant portion of it is also investing in land. Investing in land doesn’t just involve building homes, but other projects as well. The following contributed post is entitled, 4 Ways To Make Money By Investing In Land.

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If you want to secure your financial future, it’s vital that you invest your money wisely. Letting it sit in your savings account is a waste because your money could be working so much harder for you. Unfortunately, a lot of people do end up leaving their money in a savings account because they don’t know how best to invest it. They are worried about investing in stocks and shares because they think that it’s too risky, and they don’t know what else to do. But there are so many great investment opportunities out there to choose from. One of the best ones that often gets overlooked is land. Investing a piece of land is always a smart choice because there are so many different possibilities. These are just some of the ways that you could make money from investing in land.

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Build A Property

Property is one of the most popular investments out there right now, and if you buy some land, you can get in on the act as well. The best thing about buying land is that you can build a property from scratch. You can maximize your returns on the property investment by saving money during the build and constructing the perfect property for the area. As long as you do some market research before and find out what kind of property is the most valuable, you should see some good returns.

Storage

Renting your land out for storage is a great way to make money without really doing anything. This can be a long term solution or you could just do it to make a little extra money while you decide what you want to do with the land. People will pay good money to store things like boats and other vehicles, and it doesn’t require any input on your end.

Cell Phone Towers

If you have a piece of land that is well situated for a cell phone tower, you could make yourself a lot of money. You can earn a good amount for cell tower leases, especially from the big providers. This is a great, long term income source that requires minimal effort from you. If you are looking for a way to boost your income for retirement, for example, this is a great choice.

Solar Energy

A lot of farmers are converting their land into solar farms and getting rid of the crops and livestock because it’s more profitable. The use of renewable energy like solar is only going to increase in the coming years, so if you install solar panels on your land, you can make good money selling that electricity. It does take quite a lot of initial investment, but you will see a good return, so it is worth it.

Even if you don’t like any of these ideas, land is still a good investment because you can sell it on at a later date and make a profit on it. If you don’t know where to put your money, land is always a safe bet.

How To Find The Perfect Company Vehicle

Two of the focuses of my blog are Financial Literacy/Money and Business/Entrepreneurship. An important company cost to figure out is the company vehicle. Cost has to be factored in, in addition to practicality. The following contributed post is entitled, How To Find The Perfect Company Vehicle.

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Whether you just have a couple of company cars for the directors of your business, or you have an entire fleet of cars and vans that are used by a range of employees, there is a lot that you need to consider when it comes to buying, owning, and managing your company vehicles.

The decisions that are associated with the vehicles will start when it comes to working out which vehicle you would like, and whether you would prefer to buy or lease it.

Whether To Buy Or Lease The Vehicle

Vehicles are expensive to buy and there are a lot of associated costs in terms of running. You will need to decide whether the cost of owning a vehicle is really worth it, or if it may be a better option to look at a lease hire option.

When you buy a company vehicle, the advantages are that it becomes a financial asset. The problem with vehicles as an asset is that they very rapidly diminish in value. The amount that you pay for the vehicle new, will be so much lower after just a few months of ownership. If you were to sell the vehicle on after a year or two, you would not get a good return on your investment.

On the other hand, leasing will mean that you and your company will be able to use the vehicle as and when you need it, and after a set period of time, it will return to the company you took the lease out with.

With a lease vehicle, you would be required to maintain a certain standard to the vehicle, and there may be limitations on the milage that you can do. Any deviation on these points could mean that you have to pay out at the end of the agreement.

Buying New Or Used

If you did decide to go down the route of buying your vehicle, you have the choice of buying new or used. There are definite pros and cons to both options.

As previously discussed, a new car does not hold its value. However, you will get the benefit of the manufacturer’s warranty which may mean a reduction in repair costs should anything go wrong with the vehicle during the warranty period.

Used vehicles can often be much cheaper, with the biggest percentage decrease coming from the first year on the road, buying something that is only a year old will be much cheaper than buying the same model brand new off the dealer’s lot.

Of course, if anything goes wrong with your used car, you won’t have the manufacturer’s warranty to fall back upon and you will have to manage any costs incurred in maintenance yourself.

Selecting Your Vehicle

When choosing the vehicle, work out what you want from it before you decide on the make and model. If you are going to be driving long distances, then you will want an engine that is built to last. How many people will need to ride in it? If it will be used for carrying things, think about the size. If you’re buying a van, decide whether it is important to have a tail lift. You may not currently use pallets to load your vehicles, but if you are likely to do this in the future, having the ability to raise a pallet truck to the level of the van is going to be vital. Fuel efficiency and environmental impact should always be a factor in your decision making, but you may also want to throw in insurance costs, and availability and cost of spare parts. Some vehicles have very cheap generic parts available, while others can be a lot more proprietary.

If you are buying a used vehicle, have it thoroughly inspected and do your due diligence to check that it has never been written off following a major crash. Try and find out about any work that has ever been carried out on the vehicle and ask to see the service history. This will give you an indication of any potential problems that may emerge in the future so that you can factor repairs.

Getting Your Vehicle To Your Business

There are of course practicalities to contend with when buying your vehicle. Getting the car or van from the dealer’s lot can prove to be tough. The vehicle may be coming quite a distance, and it may be that you are unable to go and get it yourself. Or, it may not currently be road legal yet. Whatever the reason, you will no doubt want to look for reliable and cost-effective car delivery options.

Vehicle Insurance

Before you buy your vehicle, you will need to factor how much it will cost to insure it. You will need to get a comprehensive level of cover to ensure that you do not have to pay for any repairs in the instance of a crash where your driver was at fault.

The next thing to decide will be who can drive the vehicle. If it is for a certain person, for example like a company car that a member of your team working in the field will drive, then this is fairly straightforward. You may want to have a pool car, which can be used by anyone with permission, or you may be looking for a delivery vehicle which may be assigned to multiple drivers. Being clear about the way in which the vehicle is used will help to determine how much it will cost to insure it.

Conclusion

There are a great many decisions surrounding the purchase or lease of a company vehicle, and it is important that you weigh everything up to work out what is right for you. The way that the vehicle is used, and whether you wish to view it as a company asset will be vital. Make sure you do your due diligence into the specific vehicle you are buying to make sure that it is the most cost-effective option available.

How Do Solo Entrepreneurs Attract Clients?

Two of the focuses of my blog are Financial Literacy/Money and Business/Entrepreneurship. A key to being and entrepreneur is attracting clients. For a solo entrepreneur, it’s a much different dynamic than what a Fortune 500 Company would have to do. The following contributed post is entitled, How Do Solo Entrepreneurs Attract Clients?

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Solo entrepreneurs face a lot of challenges to launch their independent careers. For many, the choice of working for themselves is the result of unfortunate circumstances, such as struggling to find employment, losing their job suddenly, or trying to make ends meet as a stay-at-home parent, for example. Only a small proportion of solo entrepreneurs have been able to secure sufficient savings to launch their business. As a result, for many, the first challenge is to find clients when you have only limited resources.

Building momentum on a tight budget is difficult, but it isn’t impossible. The key to making it work is to prioritize tasks that are likely to generate income and leads. In other words, you need to filter the most effective marketing strategies that fit your budget. While this means you may not be able to afford promotional work done by an agency, it doesn’t have to stop your efforts. Making yourself visible to the right audience is a matter of being where potential clients are likely to see you.

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Post their services on the right platforms
Customers tend to look for your services on a variety of platforms. If you want to avoid competition on price only, it’s a good idea to stay away from freelancing sites such as UpWork or PeoplePerHour. However, finding new customers for small businesses doesn’t have to be expensive. You can publish classified business ads to promote your skills and expertise to your local audience. Unlike freelancer platforms, targeting your local audience is a helpful strategy to build your visibility and local brand awareness.
For experts who work remotely or prefer long-term projects, LinkedIn has developed a freelancing search platform, ProFinder, for US-based users. Ultimately choosing where to display your profile and ads plays a significant role in attracting the right audience for you.

Showcase your work
You can’t afford to wait for people to discover who you are and what you do. You need to create informative content to share your work with others. Shooting a professional-looking video on your smartphone, for instance, to record your creative process can help you to create a buzz on social media. The best thing about smartphone videos is that you don’t need to invest tons of money to build and share exciting and engaging content. Launching your YouTube channel is entirely free. With very little equipment, you can let the world know about your business.
Alternatively, you can also use a gallery on your website to display your work. Building a website doesn’t have to break the bank, and you can find free or inexpensive options from Wix, Squarespace, or WordPress.

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They share their expertise
You want people to know about your expertise. Therefore, you need to be prepared to share your knowledge for free. Don’t worry; it’s got nothing to do with working for free. You can write guest posts for online magazines or blogs to drive traffic to your brand and promote your services. The key is to show off your unique voice and knowledge by targeting suitable blogs.

When you don’t have the budget for a marketing campaign, you need to make yourself visible and desirable without the big advertising guns. As a solo entrepreneur, this means only two things: Being where people search for you and actively showcasing your skills and work where it matters most.

How To Lend Your Business Further Credibility

Two focuses of my blog are Financial Literacy/Money and Business/Entrepreneurship. Many people attempt to start businesses, but what will make your business credible? There are a couple of key points to address so that your operation with have credibility with customers and your peers. The following contributed post is entitled, How To Lend Your Business Further Credibility.

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It’s important to build trust as a business, but while this is often spoken of in grand terms, it’s a more simple conversation than many are willing to admit. Building business trust is not about how often someone will purchase your goods, or if they accept your marketing claims, or if they believe that their support agent is telling them the truth. Business credibility is often what will inspire someone to find out more about the firm and what it offers in the first place. Many of us are exceptionally gifted at spotting erroneous claims or worthless marketing spiel. For many of us living in the modernized world, we have been practising this since seeing advertisements on the television.

This means that lending your business further credibility is an upward climb, but that’s a good thing, it allows you to earn your place standing shoulder to shoulder with your competition. The more you can get there, the more people will be happy to look at what you offer and make their decision accordingly.

Let us consider how this might work using some practical, worthwhile advice:

Valid Payment Processors

The use of valid payment processors is important. We all wish to see easy and safe card transactions verified through banking formats such as VISA when purchasing online. Some may prefer to use services like PayPal, or, if you’re hoping to appeal to a more refined tech market, even opening your doors to cryptocurrency is a possibility. In fact, many businesses support this payment method, and this will become the norm throughout this decade. Without secure payment opportunities online, your business is unlikely to be seen as reliable. Some third-party processors can be used, but it’s always best to go for the default, most official setup – it’s what customers are most familiar with.

Attend Trade Events

Don’t forget to attend trade events if you get chance to. They can help you connect with a real audience. In fact, for the best trade event 2020 experience, be sure to consider markets that you hope to be part of. Australia is known for some of the best-kept secrets when it comes to excellent trade fair showcases, so perhaps this could be a wonderful opportunity for your brand. When you approach an audience in the flesh, you help establish your credibility by default.

Slowly Build Trust

Remember that trust is not found overnight. It is continually earned, bit by bit, through right action. It can also be lost in a second, and when it’s lost, it’s very hard to get that back. This means that investing in the best cybersecurity to protect consumer’s personal information, doing right by customers contacting your support with an issue, honouring warranties, ensuring that your marketing is accurate and not overblown, and regularly celebrating your team and audience alike can help you build trust, and count everyone as part of your journey. It’s not hard to see how this positivity can spread with care and attention from that point forwards.

With this advice, you’re sure to curate further business credibility.

How Your Company Can Do More In 2020

Two of the focuses of my blog are Financial Literacy/Money and Business/Entrepreneurship. When you’re in charge of a business, you always have to think about how expand and your productivity. In 2020 there are numerous ways you can do that. The following contributed post is entitled, How Your Company Can Do More In 2020.

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If you are a business that has been around for some time, you may have found yourself failing to see some year on year growth. If this sounds like you, there is no need to panic; getting back on track is quite a simple process.

Today, we are going to be looking at some modern-day solutions that could benefit your business in huge ways should you consider applying them. While some of them may be simple at their core, you will find their application in your business could be exactly what you need.

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Am I Not Doing Enough?

One thing you should recognise is this; we are not saying you are not doing enough with your business, what we are, in fact, saying is that if you have hit a place where you cannot see any continuous growth from your company, then you are going to need to start applying something a little different.

While different may be scary, it can often be the thing that keeps you company afloat and helps you reach the level that you have been aiming for, for some time.

Improve Your Logistics

While most businesses are able to keep hold of almost every corner of their company, there is often one part that can be placed in the hands of others.

We are, of course, talking about the logistics side of the business. As most companies have discovered, they are able to apply control over every section of their business, but when it comes to getting a consignment to a customer, you have to place your faith in the hands of your logistic service.

Now, while in an ideal world, your company would manage its own fleet, we have to be real and recognise that financially this may not be viable. What you want to look for is an expedited trucking company that will be able to provide a service that gives live tracking and everything your business needs to ensure your shipments reach your customers on time.

Look At Better Software Solutions

As we have moved forward into the 21st century, software solutions have very quickly become more advanced, and you can be sure that if you want to streamline your business, there will be a huge need for an update to the software you are using.

Most people are probably thinking, what difference could software really make? The answer to this is simple; a big one.

Today’s software solutions can automate the menial and laborious jobs that take your employees out of the business for hours on end. By having software that can build data build data files on customers to give them a personal experience, can automate emails and even run a nurturing campaign, you will have a huge portion of your business covered.

Having a simple solution like this can save you time, effort and money, and you will be surprised as to how quickly you will be able to see a change in your business.

3 Tips to Shoot Professional-Looking Videos on Your Smartphone

Three of the focuses of my blog are Financial Literacy/Money, Business/Entrepreneurship and Technology. In today’s digital age, many forms of business and marketing involve shooting video and posting it online. You don’t always need an extravagant studio to shoot video and sometimes your smartphone will do. The following contributed post is entitled, 3 Tips to Shoot Professional-Looking Videos on Your Smartphone.

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Thankfully, it’s becoming more common knowledge for businesses to realize that video marketing is here to stay. It’s one of the most effective ways to connect with people, build your brand, and give your business an actual voice.

In fact, 51% of marketing professionals believe video marketing is the best for ROI. SO, if you haven’t jumped on the bandwagon yet, it’s time to play catchup!

If you have, and you’re not sure why you haven’t experienced as much success with your video marketing efforts, have you considered the kind of video you’re shooting and producing? Are you using quality video SDKs from an app or website to quickly shoot and publish your content?

If the quality of your video isn’t up to par, there’s a good chance people will skip it. That’s especially true as more businesses recognize the importance of video and try to outdo their competition when it comes to quality.

So, what can you do to shoot more professional-looking videos for your business, using a smartphone? The good news is, you don’t have to be a pro videographer to make it happen. Let’s go over some tips that can set you apart from your competitors.

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1. Have the Right Lighting

Even if you have the latest and greatest smartphone with the best camera that’s ever been released, your video could still look less-than-professional if your lighting is bad. Professional videographers rely on good lighting to make their videos look sharp, bright, and easy to see.

You don’t have to invest in studio lights or other fancy equipment to get better lighting for your recording. But, always try to shoot in a well-lit area to prevent shadows and graininess that can make it difficult for people to see the detail in your video.

Most phones nowadays have “touch focus,” so you can tap on the area of the camera that’s highlighted to focus on one area. The phone should automatically balance the lighting based on the area you’re focused on.

2. Audio is Just as Important

It’s great if you have a high-quality, sharp-looking video. But, if the audio quality doesn’t match up, people aren’t going to pay attention. Unfortunately, most phone manufacturers haven’t given as much attention to the microphones on their devices as they have to the cameras.

So, what can you do to boost the sound quality of your video?

The best thing you can do is to get an external recording device of some kind. Even an inexpensive microphone that can be plugged into your phone will make a world of difference when it comes to the clarity of the sound. If you can’t afford an external mic or don’t want to get one right now, make sure you always record on your phone in a quiet room with no external noises. Try to avoid recording outside.

3. Never Shoot Vertically

It’s hard to believe that this still needs to be said in 2020, but perhaps the biggest and most important tip to keep in mind is to never shoot your video vertically on your phone. When you record vertically, it makes playback look strange on many other devices. Hold your phone horizontally, and playback on screens everywhere will look just fine.

You don’t need to hire a professional camera crew or be a pro yourself to create better-looking videos on your phone. Keep these simple tips in mind as you boost your video marketing efforts this year.

Science And Investment Opportunities

Two of the focuses of my blog are Financial Literacy and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). For those individuals with a mind and aptitude for investing, there are lots of opportunities in the sciences. The following contributed post is entitled, Science And Investment Opportunities.

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Science And Investment Opportunities

There are many people around the world that are looking for places to invest their money. Whether it’s a charitable cause, or an investment opportunity that hopefully will bring big Returns. So when it comes to investment and the Sciences, where can we invest our money for either life and will changing reasons, or for a return on investment? It can be a minefield, and it’s important to know that the advice and and and information that you may receive when doing your research, is not everything, you have to really consider all of the alternatives and make the right investment choice for you. So where can we mix science and Investment? The first thing to think about is how much money you are looking to invest in the first place and once you know no this you will know where to start.

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Education
Education is, of course, the basis for any improvement. Improvement of the way we live, and the way we look after our planet, and this is an important aspect of investment. Investing money into the education of younger people, and for the Education of people who may not otherwise have access, means that we are likely to move forward in the future. Giving access to education to many people means that one or two who are going to make changes in the world are able to do so. The way in which we can move forward and educate the population is a fantastic opportunity. But it relies on investment. Whether that’s from personal, or business investments, it makes no difference as long as as.the funds get to the right places.

Research
Research in science is, of course, essential, researching new ways in which you can treat illnesses, such as cancer, and researching alternatives two fossil fuels, for example, can make a huge difference to the planet. The only way we have reached the current medical advances, and spectacular technology we that we have no, is through research. But we need the funding to be able to drive this sort of research. And many of us benefit from these advances. So whether you’re investing gold bullion via ABC refinery, or investing your time, there is is no end to the benefits of research in science. It can take decades to reach a breakthrough, and this, of course, equates to a lot of money. But to actually advanced and evolved, we all have to make investments into this industry.

Climate Change
Climate change is a big talking point all around the world at the moment. And 99% of scientists agree that unless changes are made then the human race is going to suffer from the effects of climate change. This, of course, means that we need to have more investment opportunities, the right people, and the right research being done on alternatives and ways in which we can improve the planet. Humans are no longer and wittingly causing damage to the earth, so it is important that we invest as much as we can into reversing the effects of this damage.

Is Expansion On The Cards For Your Business?

Two of the focuses of my blog are Financial Literacy/Money and Business/Entrepreneurship. If your business is one of the lucky ones to make it past its early stages, you will likely think about expansion. Before expanding your operations, there are some things you want to think our first before investing the necessary resources. The following contributed post is entitled, Is Expansion On The Cards For Your Business?

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Expansion is something a lot of small business owners dream about. You think of the day you can open up a second location, or take on more staff to help deal with the influx of customers coming your way. It’s one of the best signs of business success, and you can only hope things will turn out this way sooner rather than later.

But at the same time, you need to be ready for expansion, and to be able to spot the signs of when it’s coming. So, we’ve listed a few questions below that you’ll want to keep in mind when looking at your books. If expansion is on the cards, these little thought statements will help you to keep an eye out for the opportunity.

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Do You Have a Steady Flow of Customers?

A steady flow of customers means a steady cash flow, in and out of your business. And if you’ve got enough customers to ensure your profit margin is always bigger than your costs margin, it’s a good sign you’re ready to take on more.

After all, if you can always turn a profit based on the limited resources you have at the moment, what kind of positive impact could another location or more people to service your customers have on your business?

Are You in Need of Another Office?

Another office is a good thing to have in your collection of business assets. It ensures you’ve got more than one location to work in, and that means you can cover more and more area around you. Sure, you’ve got the online world to rely on, meaning your virtual reach is massive and untouchable, but you need a similar tangible reach to rely on as well.

Setting up satellite offices might seem costly and unnecessary at first, but if more and more people outside of your local area are becoming interested in your business, it might just be the perfect solution. You’ll have another office to work out of, closer to your new source of custom, and that makes business convenient for both sides of the equation.

Is Your Team Eager for More?

Of course, your team needs to come into a decision like this as well. If you’ve got a strong team around you, who are capable of working together and taking initiative as and when it’s needed, it’s a good sign you can take on more business and assign tasks out accordingly.

At the same time, your team members might just be eager for more too. After all, they’re professionals in their own right, and have ambitions and goals just like you do. If you can help them take their professional acumen to new heights, they’ll do their best work for your business.

Expansion is something a lot of small business owners look forward to, and now might just be your chance to make it happen. After all, the sooner you’re ready for expansion, the better your business accounts look.

The Right Mindset for Successfully Working for Yourself

Three of the focuses of my blog are Career Discussions, Financial Literacy/Money and Business/Entrepreneurship. While going into business and working for yourself is highly glamorized, there are stark realities to it. There are a whole host of aspects and responsibilities an employee doesn’t face. The following contributed post is entitled, The Right Mindset for Successfully Working for Yourself.

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Transitioning from being an employee in the traditional sense, to “being your own boss” and running your own business, is certainly fulfilling and uplifting in many ways; but it’s also deeply challenging in many other ways.

While everyone generally likes to think of all the perks of being self-employed – things such as setting your own hours, and not having to be accountable to a boss you hate – there often isn’t enough attention paid to getting the right mindset and expectations in place, to actually make a success of the venture.

Here are a few mindset adjustments to make, in order to successfully work for yourself.

Everything is your responsibility now – so you absolutely have to plan and prepare accordingly

If you’re working as an employee for a large company, it is quite likely that such questions as whether or not the uniforms are made of antimicrobial scrub fabric, have nothing to do with you at all, unless your compartmentalised role within the company happens to be dealing with such issues.

When you are self-employed, though, everything is your personal responsibility – and you absolutely have to plan and prepare accordingly, on the assumption that no one else is going to swoop in and pick up the slack.

This means being as orderly as you can possibly be. It means having a very robust task and project management system, staying on top of your calendar, being punctual with appointments, and just generally being prepared every step of the way.

Your own level of discipline and grit will have a totally decisive impact on how successful you can expect to be

Being self-employed is hard work – and especially if you’re trying to create a new business from the ground up and make a success of it.

That being the case, you can expect that you will have to work long shifts on a regular basis, will have to push forward in spite of frequent frustration and disheartenment, and will have to exercise a level of grit and discipline above and beyond the ordinary.

The bottom line is that your level of discipline and grit will have a decisive impact on how successful you can expect to be. So, if you’re not ready to be your own taskmaster, you should probably either get ready quickly, or go do something else.

You are your number one resource and asset – so take your own health and well-being seriously

Although you will have to work hard and be organised, you shouldn’t fall into the trap that many self-employed people do, of running themselves absolutely ragged until a major “crash” results.

Remember that you are your number one resource and asset, and that you should be taking care of your health not only for its own sake (although that is, of course, self-evidently something you should do), but also so that you can continue to be the most productive and driven version of yourself at work.

What’s true for your physical health is true for your general well-being, too.

Eat good, nutritious food, make sure to get enough sleep, and have some fun when you can, in your free time.

Why Personal Branding Is Essential

Two focuses of my blog are Financial Literacy/Money and Business/Entrepreneurship. No matter what your business is, a key to is your branding. Your personal branding will set you apart from your competition. The following contributed post is entitled, Why Personal Branding Is Essential.

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This is a competitive world that we live in, and it’s not always (or ever) as easy to get ahead as we would like it to be. There’s always competition for jobs, or for the products and services that we are trying to sell. All we can do is our best, and hope that people take notice. There is, on occasion, ways that we hold ourselves back, however — for example, if you’re not investing in your personal brand, then you’re missing out on an opportunity to show off your credibility and professionalism.

But what’s personal branding all about, anyway? It’s a term that you hear often, but it’s not always so clear as to what it involves. Essentially, it’s all about controlling your own message. It’s about ensuring that people that are searching for you see the values that they want you to see, and not anything that might harm your reputation and cost you business. With the rise of the internet, it is easier to look up people than ever before. This is why personal branding is such a priority for executives and professionals; they know that their business may be harmed if it’s not watertight.

Personal branding can also be used during the job search. All large companies do a background check on their candidates, and it’s usually the ones that have put the time into making their personal brand as watertight as possible that get ahead. To learn more about the importance of personal branding, take a look at the infographic below.


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