Why is Branding Important? Part 2

Linda Pringle Evans, President and founder of Pringle Business Consulting, and her guest Amber Payne of A-Payne-Designs share why a website is important for branding. You will learn key elements to appear on your website and what to avoid.
 
For more information visit Linda’s website at Pringle Business Consulting and request your complimentary brand distinction session by emailing Linda.

 

About Linda Pringle Evans, Brand Consultant:

Linda Pringle EvansLinda Pringle Evans is the president and founder of Pringle Business Consulting, LLC. She is a brand consultant helping women’s entrepreneurs and service based professionals increase their self – worth as they increase their net worth. Linda helps her clients to become recognized as an authority, uncover brand distinction, and implement branding strategies which clearly communicate their unique gifts.
A veteran speaker, Linda has conducted live events trainings to help women to own the stage. She has served as a keynote and motivational speaker, trainer, radio show host, author, coach, and event strategist. In addition, she is the Partnering Director of the Public Speakers Association.
Her passion for helping women is further exemplified by her mentorship for the Women’s Leadership at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio. She is a professional advisor for the members of the Women’s Business Center in Columbus, Ohio and was honored as “The Top Shelf Woman” for inspiring women to “Embrace Your DNA”.
Linda Pringle Evans and the team at Pringle Business Consulting, LLC, stand ready to assist you and your business. If you would like a complimentary session of the Stand Out with Brand Distinction program, Email Linda.
Learn more about Linda Pringle Evans at Pringle Business Consulting and on Facebook, Linked-In and Twitter.

1 Comment
  1. Excellent advice on the website in the total concept of why branding is so important! The idea of the website being my home made me think about how welcoming my website actually is to my visitors! Thank you for sharing the concepts of brand identity. This episode was helpful, thank you, Linda…and Amber.

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