Stumbling into branding

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BEFORE Branding that includes binder spine, CD cover, an ad, email newsletter, identity, web, and Twitter pages

Does this sound familiar? In the first few weeks of starting my business, I realized that I needed to brand it—starting with a business card so I could hand something out when networking. I was in a hurry so the first thing I saw that looked good to me became the inspiration for my card and by extension my brand. I think it happens this way with a lot of business owners including the marketing agency I used to work for. So don’t worry if it happened to you. It’s not your fault!

Here’s the inconsistent look of my branding before. That’s because I created the business card first and then I did an ad (see upper right) based on an early version of my website that I did from a template. So I combined the two looks in a sort of transition over to one or the other.

Get a Second Opinion

Not sure which way to take it I got a trusted second opinion and I was able to see the right path to take. Here is the after. Notice the consistent color scheme, logo treatment, graphics for the background, fonts, etc. Now I’m clear on the look of my brand and it instills confidence in my small business.

AFTER Branding that includes binder spine, CD cover, an ad, email newsletter, identity, web, and Twitter pages

If you would like the confidence that professional branding can bring to your business I am ready to help. We offer a Free consultation to help you see the possibilities!

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