Personal Branding

3 Things You Can Steal From Major Businesses to Build Your Own Brand

You might not have a massive budget, but you can learn from those who do.
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It's never been easier to build a personal brand. With the explosion of new technology, you now have the power to create and distribute great content to anyone in the world.

But, just because it's easier than before doesn't mean that building a personal brand in 2017 is actually easy. It's still hard work, and it takes discipline, practice and execution.

In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Salma Jafri explains what you can learn from major brands like HBO or CNN when making decisions about your own content.

Click play to learn more. 

Related: Want to Create a Video Presence? Here's How to Write, Shoot and Market Your Content.

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