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Tattooing Your Logo: When Branding Becomes Literal

Permanently inking your brand's logo tangibly manifests the aphorism "skin in the game."

William Bauer

The #1 Secret to Building Your Perfect Personal Brand

I'm going to let you in on an insider secret. Brand building is actually a misnomer.

Ryan Erskine

6 Tips for Good Brand Hygiene

Your brand defines you. Make sure you build consistent, authentic and responsive relationships with your clients.

Lida Citroën

JetBlue Defends Decision to Ask Passenger to Replace Booty Shorts Before Boarding Flight. Will the Incident Affect Its Brand?

The airline stands by its old-fashioned stance on attire, but experts say it doesn't have to. Here's why.

How to Build a Brand That Stands the Test of Time

Branding can serve as an incredible asset for customer retention, which should inform the foundation of your philosophy.

Jana Barrett

Using Online Reviews to Win New Customers

Taking the time to respond to all reviews, both good and bad, will improve your business image in the long run.

Heather Ripley

Your Brand Is About the Feels

Integrity, reputation, trust and relationships are the components of the emotional side of branding.

Gary J. Nix

Thinking of Rebranding? Look to These Larger Companies to Do It Right.

Entrepreneurs from any size business can learn a great deal from the successful rebranding campaigns of larger organizations.

Peter Gasca

5 Tips From Experts for Creating a Distinctive Brand

Branding gurus Moorea Seal, Melissa Guitron and Kara Goldin have been there, done that in their own businesses.

Maria Ross

10 Ways to Wash Corporate Stink Off Your Cool Brand

Are there real people with real feelings behind your marketing campaign? Then show it!

Jayson DeMers

Learning From Volkswagen: 6 Tips for Surviving a Scandal

Handled correctly, a scandal represents an opportunity to win trust, show goodwill and reassure consumers.

Luis Gallardo

7 Types of People Who Could Sink Your Brand

If your front-desk person is rude, if you don't keep an eye on your competitors or if you've somehow soured a relationship with a reporter, your business could be in big trouble.

Lida Citroën