From English to Portuguese, .ME carries a personal meaning in multiple languages, helping people from all over the world build their personal brands online. In a world where technology changes in the blink of an eye, and the turnover of job vacancies is even faster, you have to find a way to stand out fromstuff

rebranding

Let’s imagine this. You’ve taken a kid for a walk.  All of a sudden, they start yelling: “Coca-Cola!” You turn around and there it is- a huge Coca-Cola billboard right behind your back. But, how do children associate a certain brand with their logo, even though they cannot read? The answer is simple – it’sstuff

Unveiling the Case Against Personal Branding

Almost a year ago, BBC published an article called “The case against personal branding”, featuring quotes from Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook. I remember reading it, but I didn’t give too much thought about it. A few weeks ago, while doing a research on personal branding, I stumbled upon some other articles describing the wholestuff

Domain .ME panelists at BeBlogalicious Conference.

A few weeks ago, we had the opportunity to take part in the Blogalicious conference – only the greatest multicultural blogging conference ever. We love Blogalicious because its goal is to grow a tight-knit community that celebrates diversity in the blogosphere and creates opportunities for their members.  Their theme this year was #BeGreat – allstuff

In the wake of San Diego Comicon, we’re all a little bit dazed by all of the awesome cosplays, comic books, famous people and trailers related to this amazing branch of business. From Brie Larson revealed as Captain Marvel, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, to new footage from Suicide Squad and the first trailerstuff

The most straightforward possible tip about personal branding is also the one that is neglected the most, for one reason or the other. What we want you to do is to never ignore anything that can improve your brand, and that surely includes simple things that people very often take for granted. So, the first thingstuff

The Art of Reinvention: Branding for Progress

It takes a lot of effort to build a successful career from scratch. However, even with the best of will and hard work, prosperity is not always guaranteed. Sometimes, things will just go south and you will have to either reinvent yourself or completely disappear from the business scene. Cutting losses in never an easystuff

Rebranding or shifting to another domain can be an exciting new opportunity for your company, but this process can be quite a pain in the neck if you don’t have a detailed plan. Here are some of the pros and cons of rebranding. Pros: Improving your brand position; Increasing brand recognition; New hires and layoffs;stuff

Personal branding

It’s 2016, and we’ve been writing about personal branding for the last couple of years. Trends have come and gone, but you (and hopefully your growing personal brand) are still here. While most experts struggle to decide what trend is going to be BIG this year, we’ve decided to be more practical. Here are fourstuff

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