Branding Expert Rob Frankel Explains the Top 10 Branding Mistakes to Virtual Assistants and Online Business Owners at October 18 Teleseminar
Virtual Assistants and online business owners to learn about the top 10 branding mistakes and how to fix them.
Tacoma, WA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 10/16/2007 -- "Branding is not about getting your prospects to choose you over your competition; it's about getting your prospects to see you as the only solution to their problem."
That's the mantra of Rob Frankel, branding expert and author of the groundbreaking bestseller, "Revenge of Brand X: How to Build a Big Time Brand on the Web or Anywhere Else."
Branding is a lot more than just a name and a logo. It's how users and prospects are turned into evangelists for a business. But even more important about what business owners know about branding is what they don't know. It's costing them real business and real dollars.
In a teleseminar hosted by the Virtual Assistance Chamber of Commerce on October 18, Frankel--who's been called "the best branding expert on the planet"--will be speaking to business owners and showing them the top 10 ways they are currently killing their brand--and how to fix every one of them.
What: "The Top 10 Mistakes That Are Killing Your Brand"
Speaker: Rob Frankel
Date: Thursday, October 18, 2007
Time: 5pm PST / 6pm MST / 7pm CST / 8pm EST
Length: 60 minutes
To Register: http://www.virtualassistantnetworking.com/teleclass-registration.htm
ABOUT THE VACOC: The Virtual Assistance Chamber of Commerce is a professional association dedicated to helping Virtual Assistants and their clients grow smarter, more successful businesses, and providing business owners with free tools and resources to connect with qualified Virtual Assistant professionals. Anyone interested in learning more about Virtual Assistance and its professional providers is encouraged to visit the VACOC at http://www.virtualassistantnetworking.com
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