Tools to help you build a strong personal brand
Running a business or a side hustle is not easy. Admin, networking events, content creation etc…the list goes on.
On top of that you need to constantly maintain your own personal brand. You need to show up online and share your expertise so you can be recognised in your field and attract clients and opportunities.
How to do it all you may ask? I’m busy and I don’t have time to be on social media all day long.
In that case you’re in the right place as today I wanted to share with you a few tools to help you build a strong personal brand.
Is Photoshop giving you a headache? You don’t have to be a graphic designer and invest in expensive programmes to create stunning graphics. Canva is my go to platform to create visuals I share across my blog and social media platforms.
Whether you’re trying to maintain an Instagram theme or want to schedule your posts, Planoly is a life saviour.
Hootsuite makes social media management easy. Set aside an hour every Sunday to schedule your tweets, Facebook and LinkedIn posts, YouTube videos and Pinterest pins.
Do you love to-do lists? Then Trello will quickly become your secret weapon for life management. Trello boards, lists and cards will help you keep track of ideas, blog posts to write, events to attend etc.
Everyone can make a spelling mistake when creating content. Grammarly is a great tool to use to eliminate them in your written communications.
Do you struggle to decide what to share on social media? Feedly is a news aggregator application you can use to organise, read and share content from your favourite sites.
What online tools do you use to cultivate a personal brand?
If you need help creating an irresistible personal brand, check out this post.