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What if there was an easy way to raise your profile as an introvert?

The Personal Branding Toolkit for Introverts will take you step by step through the process of establishing and promoting your personal brand to help you raise your profile and gain more clients.

Bondfield Marketing Personal Branding Toolkit

Do you feel like your business or career could really thrive if you raised your personal profile?

  • Does the thought of being more visible makes you feel awkward and makes you want to run and hide?
  • Does it feel like everyone else finds it easy to raise their profile, and that you are the only person struggling to put yourself out there effortlessly?
  • Do you find that as a natural introvert being visible is a hard thing to do but you know there’s no getting away from the need for marketing your business or yourself?

Personal branding techniques allow you to develop a reputation as an expert and market yourself when your business is based on your skills.

The Personal Branding Toolkit for Introverts will take you step by step through the process of establishing and promoting your personal brand to help you raise your profile and gain more clients. It takes tried and trusted marketing approaches and adapts them for you, the introverted business owner, so you can market yourself with confidence.

The Toolkit covers:

  • Establishing your values and telling your story
  • How to brief a designer and photographer to create a personal brand that reflects your values and personality
  • How to create your story in a way that will resonate with your audience
  • How to develop and plan content that consistently communicates your values and your message
  • How to use content from others in a way that presents your expertise
  • Networking tips especially for introverts

The Toolkit is for you if:

  • You would describe yourself as an introvert
  • You run a small business
  • You know you need to raise your profile but you are not sure where to start
  • You have done some marketing but aren’t sure how to do it consistently and in a way that sits comfortably with you
  • You want to raise your profile in a way that doesn’t feel overtly salesy
  • You need help from someone that understands your dilemma

What you'll get:

  • Clarity, direction and purpose around your personal brand
  • A personal branding workbook full of tips and advice from a marketing expert
  • Tasks and exercises to complete in each section
  • Exercises to help you establish your values, your story and your audience
  • Templates including campaign planning, content planning, case studies
  • New ways to promote yourself if you struggle with making yourself visible
  • Further reading and podcasts recommendations to help you with your mindset around getting visible
  • BONUS WORKSHEET: Changing something if your marketing isn’t working

Buy your digital download copy of The Personal Branding Toolkit for Introverts your step by step workbook to guide through the process of establishing and promoting your personal brand to help you raise your profile and gain more clients.

Jenny Procter Bondfield Marketing

Jenny

Who am I to be telling you all this?

I’m Jenny Procter – a marketing and communications professional with over twenty years’ experience. I’ve worked with a wide range of businesses and organisations, from an NHS trust and local government organisations to architects’ and opticians’ practices.

I have a flair for taking marketing challenges and turning them into practical plans. I make things happen, with a confidence gained from working in high profile industries and a real world awareness of what small businesses need. I ensure your marketing works with your operations, customer service and cash flow.

I know that coming up with ideas can be easy but delivery can be the hard bit. I work with small businesses to help them consistently communicate with their clients, and potential clients, so they can make more money. 

And to add to all that, I’m a natural introvert, and hugely supportive of clients who aren’t always comfortable being the face of their business.