Brand Visibility

Communicate Your "Why" Clearly, Draw Your Ideal Target Clients, and Build a Brand You're Proud to Showcase.
5.0 (1 rating) Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a
course's star rating by considering a number of different factors
such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the
likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
19 students enrolled
Instructed by Susan Newman Marketing / Branding
$35
Take This Course
  • Lectures 10
  • Contents Video: 1.5 hours
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
  • Includes Lifetime access
    30 day money back guarantee!
    Available on iOS and Android
    Certificate of Completion
Wishlisted Wishlist

How taking a course works

Discover

Find online courses made by experts from around the world.

Learn

Take your courses with you and learn anywhere, anytime.

Master

Learn and practice real-world skills and achieve your goals.

About This Course

Published 2/2013 English

Course Description

Brand Visibility

What does "telling your why" mean and how can my "brand visibility" course help you? I not only brand and design it, but build it and broadcast it. Being seen today means being everywhere and building that awesome brand visibility that makes others say, "is there any place you aren't?" So, if you are not getting the results you want, based on what you've done, or haven't done, this course is going to help reach your ideal clients!

My class series will teach you how to Draw Your Exact Target Clients, Keep Them Engaged Over Time, and Build A Strong Brand That Will Have Clients Lined Up to Work With YOU!

Want to be found by your name, but also by the work you do and the industry you are in as well as your moniker or tagline?

I have built the branding and astounding brand visibility for 100s of clients using data-proven SEO techniques and in the past 20 years have figured out how it all works. I know the secrets of the web and what a business must do to draw people to them, and not just everyone, but exactly who they want to attract. In these screencast tutorial video lessons (along with written content and worksheets), I show you by example, so it's very clearly explained.

Video #1 – What is “Brand Visibility?” (6:54)

Video #2The Google Search: Understanding and Creating Long-Tail Keywords and SEO in Action. (5:46)

Video #3 – Is Your “Visual Footprint” in Sync? Does it Perfectly Represent Your Business? (6:30)

Video #4 – Cross Pollination from Website/Blog to Social Media and Back Again. (3.26)

Video #5 – Finding Your “Exact Target Audience” is the KEY! (5:05)

Video #6 – Broadcasting and Celebrating Others to Attract New Eyes. (6:07)

Video #7 – Why Giving Back Looks So Good on You. (7:45)

Video #8 – Using Email Marketing, Opt-in Offers, and Social Media Correctly. (16:42)

Video #9 – Are YOU as “Brand Ambassador” and Your Company in Sync? (8:56)

Video #10 – Get Out There, Connecting with Others, Both Online and Offline! (9.27)

Take this brand visibility course right now and watch your business change dramatically. It's going to be YOU everywhere and the answer to their needs!

What are the requirements?

  • Watch, Build Worksheets and Implement

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Zero in on your brilliance and targeted customer
  • Learn to Tell Your Why so Others Get You
  • Master All Media so you are Everywhere
  • Build a Brand Others Respect and Trust and Flock To

What is the target audience?

  • Entrepreneurs
  • Start Ups
  • Small Business

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Brand Visibility - Clear Communication
06:54
A brand is defined by its core beliefs, but also by what the public perceives about it. A brand along with its marketing strategy, products and services has a mission.
Is their online and offline presence the same? Customers can also drive how other customers feel. Today with constant social interaction, if a customer writes about their experience on social media or in reviews and others read it, it’s immediate visibility, whether good or bad. A brand must pay attention to this and respond.
Section 2: The Google Search - Part Two
05:46
When someone opens Google and searches for your company name, what comes up? If they searched your type of business industry does your company come up? Brand visibility is not just being the answer to your name, but especially what you do and maintaining that 1st page spot. You cannot just build a website and social media pages and leave them untouched, thinking they will do the work for you. They must be updated consistently by adding fresh content, this way you are adding to the great “core” you established. In this video I explain how long-tail keywords work, how to build them so others find you.
Section 3: Is Your Visual Footprint in Sync?
06:30
How can potential customers retain your business in their mind, if you are not showcasing it boldly and proudly. In this video through case studies, we examine a variety of brands from different industries to see how in sync they are.
Section 4: Cross Pollination Between Website and Social Media
03:26
The main goal is to get customers to your website, have them stay longer, look around and buy. How do we achieve this without selling all the time? So many resist having a blog but when you write posts, you are adding fresh content and additional long-tail keywords which is keeping your site up-to-date and helping maintain your position on Google, which helps attract new customers. They may enter to read a post, and then move around to the other areas of your website and click on your social media icons and follow you there as well. From your site to social media and from social media to your site, all creating a nice rhythm.
Section 5: Finding Your Exact Target Audience
05:05
How do we find the exact target audience we’re trying to attract? I have learned through studying Google Analytics and show case studies of how connecting with other entrepreneurs on social media and community sites target those you’re trying to reach.
Section 6: Celebrating Others to Attract New Eyes
06:07
When you willingly and selflessly celebrate others, it shines a light on you also. Through examples I show how we can think of interesting, helpful and creative ways to draw traffic to our websites and you don’t need to sell all the time.
Section 7: Why Giving Back Looks Good on You
07:45
Volunteering or donating your time is proven to be good for your health and your happiness. Studies have shown that people who volunteer, live longer. We enjoy the gratification that comes from helping others. So obviously if we are healthier, happier and will live longer, we are in a great frame of mind to create and build wonderful things.
Section 8: Using Email Marketing, Opt-in Offers and Social Media Correctly
16:42
I have grouped these together, because they interact with your website. The visitor to your site uses your email marketing opt-in form if they wish to stay in touch and the social media share or follow icons for the same reason. Then whether receiving your newsletters or seeing your posts on social media, you should be sending them back to your website. It creates a constant flow back and forth. In this video through examples, you’ll learn to send the right signals to achieve the right actions.
Section 9: Are You As Brand Ambassador and Your Company in Sync?
08:56
If you were to list the qualities and characteristics that make your company great, would that match up with how you present yourself? Case studies of celebrities and great brands as well are showcased. As business owners, be must be the true face of our company whether offline at conferences and events, or online through of website, social media and community sites. The fact that video is surpassing other mediums means we must embrace it and show others who we are. When you shine through and others feel they get you, you will gain so many more followers. That will lead to more business and unlimited success.
Section 10: Get Out There, Connecting Both Online and Offline!
09:27
So many creatives, solopreneurs and small business owners are afraid to step into the role as the face of their company… so they stay behind the computer, behind the camera or behind their products and services. It’s time to step out of your comfort zone and show the world what you are all about.

Students Who Viewed This Course Also Viewed

  • Loading
  • Loading
  • Loading

Instructor Biography

Susan Newman, Brand Visibility Designer, Web Specialist, Environmentalist

Since 1994, Susan Newman Design, Inc. (Branding You Better!) has built a reputation for developing award-winning, innovative, brand visibility design, quality print marketing and creative, functionally sound web solutions throughout the United States and abroad. SNDI designs for creative entrepreneurs, small businesses, green and eco-friendly organizations, start-ups, and international corporations.

Favorite Quote: “Be the change you want to see in the world.” – Mahatma Ghandi

Susan Newman is a graduate of The School of Visual Arts with a BFA in Graphic Design and Illustration. She has a certificate in web design from New School University.

In her early career, she worked as an art director and graphic designer for various book publishing companies in New York City including Penguin and Macmillan. She has designed hundreds of book covers in most genres. Her book design work is represented in the permanent collection of the Library of Congress in Washington, DC.

Susan has received numerous awards in graphic and website design from organizations and publications including the Art Directors Club of New York, Desi, Graphis, the Print Regional Design Annual, The Society of Illustrators, and Graphic Design USA.

Susan created Broadcast Louder, a webinar series for entrepreneurs by entrepreneurs that has over 100 webinars/podcasts replaying. Susan is an entrepreneur, brand visibility and visual footprint strategist on a mission to help other creatives and entrepreneurs be as skilled in developing their brand, learning to market and promote their businesses, as they are in creating and developing their products and services. She hosts and celebrates the guest speakers who join in for the “Creativity + Abundance” webinar series, and together they share the most important aspects of running a business, from branding and building the right type of website and e-commerce, to knowing how to sell effectively and build a fan base in social media.

In March 2013, Susan discovered that the public was flocking to podcasts more quickly than webinars, because they could be downloaded and listened to on the go! She created "Suzy Brandtastic" which is a weekly podcast where she interviews entrepreneurs. This series is approaching 100 broadcasts and is cataloged in iTunes.

Susan has always been attracted to organizations and green initiatives that will help the planet. She has donated her design work to a variety of organizations, including the Hoboken 9/11 Memorial Committee, Hoboken Jubilee Center for Children, Central Avenue Special Improvement District (Jersey City Heights), Actors Shakespeare Company at New Jersey City University, Hudson Theatre Ensemble, Planet Cents, Eco Libris, Susan G. Komen for the Cure (Central and South Jersey), Pennsylvania Women's Hall of Achievement, The Ring of Hope Campaign, and Project SOAR.

Susan has been interviewed in print and on the radio about branding, marketing, design, Frogs Are Green and Broadcast Louder’s webinar series. She is a guest blogger for the New York Etsy Group, Circle Marketing, YourTango, and Social Buzz Club.

Susan founded Frogs Are Green to increase awareness about the massive worldwide amphibian decline (up to one-third of species are threatened with extinction). Because frogs are an indicator species of a healthy environment, she hopes to spread the message that healthy frogs mean a healthy planet for all. She is currently writing a K-3 science/art curriculum which she plans to release in time for Fall 2014. The annual contests open on Sept 2, 2014, photography and separately kids art. These contests have expert judges and are open globally and no cost.

Ready to start learning?
Take This Course