The Best Personal Branding - September 2021

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Karen Kang

Karen Kang ( is a famous brand strategist along with also the CEO and founder of BrandingPays LLC, a corporate and private branding company. She has trained thousands of professionals around the specific BrandingPaysTM System for private branding.

For the first time, Kang produces her signature system readily available to a mass market with BrandingPays: The Five-Step System to Reduce Your Personal Brand (January 2013). Readers will discover to use "Bake the Cake, afterward Ice It" metaphor to market their personal brands for the world. The publication includes activity lists, charts, templates, and inspiring stories - most from under-represented classes in small business direction - to assist entrepreneurs, professionals, and even their very own recipes are developed by college students for effective branding.

Kang, who has more than twenty years of experience in brand strategy consulting, has been a partner with Regis McKenna Inc., the legendary marketing firm that created and established the Apple brand. She has consulted to more than 150 organizations in Europe america and Asia by Fortune 100 companies to startups and non-profits. Her broad experience has included such varied clients as Ariba, AT&T, Genentech, HP, iCharts, Lavante, Synopsys, Maxtor, NCR, Park Systems, SigmaQuest (Camstar), UC Davis Health System, Webroot and VoyagePrive.

Her communications and marketing foundation gives her a 360-degree view of branding. A former newspaper journalist on the East and West Coasts, she has held positions. Kang is a frequent speaker at business schools and associations.
She has served on the boards of the Friends of the Palo Alto Library and the Women's Technology Cluster (Astia). She has also donated her time for a Change, CORO, Asian Business League of S

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Mel Carson

For well over fifteen years, Mel has been inspirational companies around the world to comprehend and take advantage of the explosion in use of technology and media.

After seven years in Microsoft as their Digital Evangelist, Mel abandoned in the summer of 2012 to start Seattle-based consultancy – Delightful Communications – which assists businesses and individuals successfully apply marketing approaches that are focused on Social Media, Digital PR and Personal Branding.

He also relishes his work as US Brand Ambassador for Majestic, evangelizing the largest publically open hyperlink intelligence database & toolset on the planet to marketers and advertising specialists all over America.

Past to Beautiful and Majestic, Mel’s 7 role as Digital advertising Evangelist in Microsoft Advertising was going to create relationships within the online advertising community by supporting and teaching through the Microsoft Advertising Blog, evangelizing through interpersonal media, writing and from talking about internet marketing and electronic at conventions, trade shows & other events.

He began his electronic advertising career as an editor in the search engine LookSmart at 2000, spending some time in 24/7 Search as an Account Director before going to Microsoft in 2005. He had been a part of the team that planned & implemented the united kingdom roll-out of Microsoft adCenter, now Bing Ads, in August 2006, and it didn’t take much persuasion for Mel to aid set up Microsoft Advertising’s Community Team that same year, when it became evident that Social Media Marketing was going to be enormous.

Mel has talked concerning Digital Marketing, Search, Social Media and adCenter at conferences and events in the United Kingdom, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York, Dallas, San Francisco, Portland, San Diego, Salt Lake City, New Orleans, Toronto, Reykjavik, Dublin, Barcelona & Tenerife. He has also lectured on online and MBA, MSc marketing courses, advising

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Mark W. Schaefer

Mark W. Schaefer is the author of The Tao of Twitter (2012 and 2014), Return On Influence (2012), According to Blog (2013), Social Media Explained (2014), The Content Code (2015), and Also KNOWN (2017).

He is writer, speaker, business consultant, and a instructor. His famous blog grow (, is among the most acclaimed marketing blogs of the world. Mark has worked in international revenue, PR, and advertising and marketing positions for almost 30 decades and today offers consulting services as Executive Director of U.S.-based Schaefer Marketing Solutions. He has advanced degrees in marketing and organizational growth and holds seven patents. Mark enjoys instructing networking that is social marketing classes and is a faculty member of the graduate research program at Rutgers University and has lectured in several universities such as Oxford and Princeton. He is a popular public speaker and has appeared in Wired, Forbes, Fortune News, New York Times, the WSJ, and other media outlets.

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