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Top Ten Personal Branding Articles of 2009

2009 has been an amazing year for the world of personal branding

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2009 has been an amazing year for the world of personal branding. We asked the Reach-Certified Personal Branding Strategists to give us their opinion on the most interesting, differentiated and valuable personal branding articles/Blog posts/videos for 2009 and we combined their input with the popularity of articles (we tracked through bit.ly). Here’s what we came up with:

What Personal Branding is NOT (Meg Guiseppe)

The Top Ten Ways to Use Social Media to Give to Your Network – from the Ladders (William Arruda)

The Brand Gap (Marty Neumeier)

For Your Brand – Conversation is King (Kristen Jacoway)

Color and Personal Branding (Susan Guarneri) and What Color is Your Personal Brand? (Reach video)

The Launch of William Arruda’s ‘Commercial Breaks’

How to Get ROI with a Branded Resume (Kristen Jacoway)

The Right Way to Sell Yourself at Work (Helen Coster, Forbes)

Is Your Personal Brand Failing to Impact the Competition? (Paul Copcutt)

Personal Branding Predictions: Top Ten Trends for 2010 (MarketingProfs)

More Stories By Robin Coley

Robin Coley is an Opportunity Consultant. She calls herself a business artist – Artist by Nature, Business Woman through training. It is said that she has a pulse for opportunity and vision for the bigger picture of success, happiness and joy. She loves to help individuals connect to who they are and help to find what they are looking for. Robin has an office career background in sales, service, administration and event planning/facilitation. Her heart’s passion is the healing arts. She is soul searcher and student of life. In her “work” she combines the understanding of today’s business environment with the human side of artistry, sensitivity, personality, healing and enthusiasm. Always looking to enhance every experience. Robin is a big believer in sharing the wealth of experience in all areas of life and is not one to compartmentalize. Her three favorite sayings are “Everything is Relative”, “Life is a work in Process” and “Everything is Connected.” Robin’s mission is to bring people together within the community and within themselves to expereince a greater sense of being in all-ways.

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