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In Blogging, Entrepreneurship, Social Media on
March 17, 2017

How to Have a Consistent Brand Experience

Branding is essential in today’s over-saturated market. In order for your blog or business to stand out, you have to have a consistent brand experience that persists through all platforms.

Stick With It

It’s important that you stick with the logo and color scheme you’ve created/been given across all platforms. For example, my color evolved from pink to blue recently, to better fit all of the themes I have across all of my social media. Both my angelicabbie Instagram and my castawaycouple Instagram have a blue/mint theme. This matches my blog theme as well as the Castaway Couple blog theme. I have the angelic, with a halo, logo across everything that I do as well. Another thing that’s important is to have the same profile picture, or one taken on the same day in the same outfit, as your profile picture across all platforms, including social media profiles and your blog.

Print Materials

This should go without saying, but every print material you come up with needs to match your blog/business brand. This means business cards, especially, but also things like letterhead, banners, advertisements and anything else that you print out.

Your Messages

As you get more comfortable with blogging and social media, you’ll develop a voice. You want to keep this voice across all platforms. For example, if you write in very professional prose with big words, everything has to match. Or, if you write in a more conversational style (like me) then have that fit across all platforms. This also means your values and what you’re putting out there needs to match. For example, you can’t preach forgiveness and love on your blog, but then tweet about how much you hate the LGBTQ community. It will confuse everyone.

Emotions

What do you want your readers to feel? This is an important question to ask yourself when you are first starting out. If you want readers to feel happy and inspired when they reach your blog, pick bright colors like reds and yellows. If you want your readers to feel calm, pick blues. Do some research into color theory as well as typography and what they mean for emotions. It will help you attract the right kind of customers in the long run.

If you need some extra help creating a great brand, check out my brand workbook, which you can get for FREE below!

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Looking to grow your blog? Try branding consistently. Having a consistent brand experience makes all the difference! | AngelicAbbie