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HOW TO: Build your brand with a post-it note

February 14, 2012

in: branding

No brand review today, lovies! Something NEW. OH! I will show you how to use the inexpensive post-it note to build your brand. Who the hell needs a moleskine notebook anyway?

Check, check it out!

If you are busy, busy:

Tip 1: The post-it note as a brilliant catcher + blog post generator  | 0:43

Tip 2: The post-it note as a daily brand intention checklist | 2:40

Tip 3: The post-it note as a product/blog post/service simplifyer and idea measuring stick | 4:09

Tweetable:

If you want an idea to be shared, make sure it is easy to explain to someone else.

Tweet it!

 

What are three things you could do to build your brand everyday? Can you think of some other fancy uses for the post-it note?  Yes. Those are VHS tapes behind me. Yes,  I own Speed and Face-Off on tape.

 

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8 responses on “HOW TO: Build your brand with a post-it note

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  • JordanEM says:

    I limit my “to list” for the day to a post-it note. It helps limit how much I try to tackle.

    • heyshenee says:

      @JordanEM I agree! I try to have 3 BIG intentions for the day too. It too some getting used to because I always expect to do a LOT everyday but I am getting stuff done :) Thanks for stopping by Jordan!

  • ellen.ercolini says:

    LOVE the three brand actions a day – I need to clarify what those are, and then own them, on a post-it. I also LOVE the tweetable, because I love words and sometimes I’ve gotta’ streamline! Keep rockin’ it.

    • heyshenee says:

      @ellen.ercolini ELLEN! Long time no talk! YES! Streamlining is always difficult but such a good way to make our stuff easier to sell! :)

  • littlemissspy says:

    really helpful tips! i totally agree that an idea needs is best if it can be easily explained by somebody somebody else. i’m definitely going to work on that. :)

    • heyshenee says:

      @littlemissspy Yes! Let me know if I can help. It isn’t easy to narrow down but I find that the more I hack at a idea the more refined and easy to explain it gets!

  • blah_cubed says:

    ditto the three brand actions a day being awesome. it’s so little time commitment really and something i can do even if the kids are up. just because they’re watching dora the explorer doesn’t mean i have to be. :)

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