Brand Strategist, Social Media Influencer, Speaker and founder of No.113 Branding Joie Gharrity shares cutting-edge techniques and strategies with women entrepreneurs around the world to gain greater VISIBILITY for them and their company brand in the marketplace. She does not believe in old school techniques like cold calling or hard-core going after clients-rather,its all about visibility first.
Founder/Principal Joie Gharrity has developed a unique 5 Star Brand Strategy VISIBILITY System for one-on-one clients and the 3 Star Brand Strategy VISIBILITY Online Program which is self-paced. Both incorporate brand strategies to develop a clear company brand “voice” for women entrepreneurs around the world to gain greater visibility for them and their company brand in the marketplace.
Establish an on-camera presence
Gain greater VISIBILITY by introducing on-camera content building for both face recognition and establishing yourself as an expert in your field. It is important to learn professional on-camera techniques so that you shine just as bright as the stars in Hollywood.
In today’s increasingly technological world, knowing how to make your dynamic qualities shine on camera is essential. Whether you are recording an on-camera interview for a nationally televised show or you are taping a video drip campaign that will go out to your clients, it important for you to learn professional techniques for letting your light shine just as bright as the stars in Hollywood.
To help you take center stage with your next on-camera project, here are 3 Brand Strategy Tips for a successful on-camera appearance.
Tip #1. Be Prepared
Being prepared for your interview will help you to project your natural confidence on-screen. If possible, ask for a list of questions beforehand so that you can practice your responses. By anticipating the types of questions you may receive, you can practice your answers in the mirror. This will help you to respond quickly to questions and establish yourself as an authority on the subject matter.
Tip #2. Make Eye Contact
As with any conversation, eye contact is important for establishing a personal connection with your audience. When speaking directly to a viewer through media such as Skype, be sure to look directly at the camera. If you are having a recorded face-to-face interview, then focus on making eye contact with your interviewer.
Tip #3. Do Your Research
Always find out as much as possible about the person conducting your interview. Be sure to watch a few episodes of previously aired shows and make notes on your interviewer’s personal style. This will help you to respond appropriately and avoid being caught off-guard by strange quirks.
“At No.113 BRANDING we are committed to helping women entrepreneurs around the world leverage their unique brand in life and business to gain greater impact, influence and visibility to achieve higher levels of success.”
It’s all about VISIBILITY first
Founder/Principal Joie Gharrity
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