Turn yourself into a brand by following these simple tips

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Social media has brought lots of opportunities for the people who want to do something on their own. For instance, there are influencers, celebrities, entertainers, and communities on social media. All of them make money one way or another from these social media platforms. You can do that too.

How to start

First, you must create an account. Your username must reflect your niche. You could be a creator or a business that is looking to expand. Therefore, choose a username that is ideal for your brand.

Use a good DP. For businesses, a logo would be the best choice. For individual creators, try your selfie or a portrait cartoon of yours.

How to turn yourself into a brand

The beginning is the hard part. Rest is not as hard as people say it is.

You should start posting content. Make sure the content is relevant to your niche. If you are a comedian, you should post small videos of your skits or memes. Try to stay as original as possible. This is the most important part.

Accessories to create authority

A lot of influencers have their own merchandise and other products. They sell all such products on their own websites. You can do the same.

When you have your own accessories and merchandise, people start to perceive you as an authority in your field.

How to get your own merchandise and accessories

You just need to find a good online fashion design [desain busana, which is the term in Indonesian] service provider.

They are way less expensive and you can easily earn profits with a huge margin on these products. You can choose to design yourself or you can hire a designer. Make sure to include your logo in your products.

Whenever someone is going to purchase and use your product, their friends and families will also notice your logo on them. Soon, you will become a brand and good thing is that you did not need to spend a fortune.

River Scott

Emmett River Scott: Emmett, a culture journalist, writes about arts and entertainment, pop culture trends, and celebrity news.