Be the expert in your niche online with brandingPosted by Johnny Da Silva on Mar 11, 2014 in Internet Marketing | 0 comments
If you are interested in building awareness online for your services, products, and brand, you have to establish yourself as the leader in your field. This isn’t just achieved with a good SEO and internet marketing plan, it’s about building your digital footprint and credibility in your area of expertise.
If you are just calling yourself an expert it really doesn’t mean you are one. You need to be able to demonstrate wisdom, skill, judgement, and ways on how you are solving problems in your niche. It’s also important to showcase and demonstrate your knowledge in your niche.
If you brand yourself as the expert and knowledge source in your niche, your target audience will come looking for you because you have built trust around your brand. When you are labelled as the expert in your niche, it will be much easier to attract new customers naturally.
To start with this process, use one person in your business to start building this around. Find a couple of tips below on branding your business as the expert in your niche.
Branding your business as the expert
- What makes you different? What skills do you have that differentiates you from your competition? For what skills do you want to be known for? What makes you an expert in your niche and how can you use that in your branding?
- Be specific: Be specific and narrow your focus area. Never try to target everyone, because then no one will come.
- Be active: Always be active and engage with your target audience online. Being active and showcasing your knowledge is a sure way to build authority online.
- Lead by example: Create new ideas and follow them. Don’t just talk – walk the talk and show people you are serious in what you believe in.
About: Johnny Da Silva
My goal is to help businesses and individuals online with SEO, PPC, Email Marketing, Web Designs, Hosting Video Conferencing and whatever solution needed to make them achieve a profitable and more effective goal conversion.