Party and Personify Branding Workbook – The Ultimate Guide to Figuring Out Your Brand Personality

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The Ultimate Guide to Figuring Out Your Brand Personality

Looking to create a cohesive brand that attracts your ideal audience? Good Impact has you covered with our Party & Personify Workbook! This comprehensive workbook takes you through a guided branding exercise to help you figure out your brand personality and how to bring it to life. After you complete this exercise, you will have a better understanding of which direction to take your brand voice, color pallet, and font choices. It will even give you a brand theme song! This guide has everything you need to start thinking like a marketer.

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Need a memorable brand that feels authentic and helps you stand out from your competitors but don’t have the budget to hire a marketing firm? Our Party & Personify Branding Workbook can help even the most technical founders, start thinking like a marketer.

In this guided exercise, we remove all marketing jargon to help you understand your brand in a more familiar context: a party.

You don’t need to know what a CPI or a CTA is. All you need to be successful with this exercise is a little imagination, a good understanding of your ideal client, and the value you offer them.

Once the party has ended, you will leave with a better understanding of your brand voice, color pallet, and font choices. It will even give you a brand theme song! This guide truly has everything you need to start thinking like a marketer to turn your business into something your customers will obsess over.

Have trouble separating your own style presences from what the brand actually needs to accomplish? (That’s a common struggle for founders!) This workbook is the perfect tool to help your brand break free and get on its own track. Simply do this exercise once from the perspective of your brand and then a second time from the perspective of your ideal client. That discrepancy will help you to understand where your own personal preferences could be getting in the way.