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What You Can Learn About Growing a Brand From the Most Influential Celebs Allison Statter, co-founder of Blended Strategy Group, shares the strategies she uses with famous clients such as the Kardashians to increase their influence.

By Jen A. Miller Edited by Dan Bova

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Allison Statter knows a thing or two about what it takes to become an influencer in today's digital world. The daughter of music maven Irvine Azoff, Statter has seen close friends such as Kim Kardashian and Chelsea Handler rise from the ranks from "regular people" to celeb status.

In an interview, Statter talks about what it takes to replicate that success with your business and/or personal brand. What she has seen separate the leaders from the pack are an authentic voice, willingness to be open with your audience and ability to articulate the value you bring.

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Jen A. Miller

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Jen Miller is a brand marketing consultant and content creator who specializes in strategic brand planning, content marketing and social media strategy. Her newest course Brand Camp is a training program that teaches women how to turn their passions into profitable brands.

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