Student Branding Blog: Show Me Your Personal Brand

March 29, 2010

Show Me Your Personal Brand” is the title of my most recent post at The Student Branding Blog. I’m tired of celebrities, authors, and athletes being the only examples we are given of personal branding. Real people just like you and I are doing this and getting results, but we rarely see real normal, everyday people held up as an example.

So here is your invitation – show me your personal brand. Provide the links to your blog, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkeIn accounts and describe what you are doing. If I like what I see, I will feature you on the Student Branding Blog or at our SM@RT 2010 Blog.

Help me out. Show me your digital passport!

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  1. twitter is

    Blog is

    I am listed as James L Castellano on FB and Linkedin.

    I have been using to send updates and status to all four at the same time.

    My goal is to publish an christian self-help book on leadership which is nearly complete. I write blogs and have been submitting articles on leadership (two which are being published)to help build my platform.

    I follow and participate on several other blogs daily and moderate a christian writers group on Yahoo lead by Mary DeMuth TVW2.

    Bret L. Simmons Reply:

    Welcome, James! thanks for sharing your brand with me. I am a big fan of blogging, so glad to see you doing it. Keep up the good work! bret

  2. Tara Olson says:

    I have developed the brand futureadexec as a way to break into the world of advertising. I’m passionate about social media and contribute my branded social media presence to the reason I have a job when I graduate.

    I start my new position tomorrow, where I will be working with social media strategy and developing digital communities.


    Blog – Musings of a Future Ad Exec:


    Would love to discuss this further with you!

    Bret L. Simmons Reply:

    You are doing a great job, Tara! Very active on Twitter and an active blog. Scores big points in my book. Keep up the good work! bret

  3. Ed Batista says:

    Hi Bret,

    Some thoughts on personal branding from last year that you may find interesting:

    I do get a kick out of the fact that I worked Tom Peters, Chris Anderson and Paris Hilton into a single post.


    Bret L. Simmons Reply:

    Thanks for the link, Ed. Bret