When working full-time at the highstreet shop named MicroDirect in Manchester city centre. I had the chance to work with one of Microsofts account managers. I was involved in designing an attractive advert advertising an upgrade of Microsoft’s Outlook software. The large advert was located in the entrance area of the shop building.
A few years went by, and the same account manager contacted me while I was in a full-time role at Decor Fusion in Manchester City Centre.
He wanted me to provide support in launching a campaign that had a short deadline date. We accommodated to his request, and with the rest of the employers at Decor Fusion, were able to ‘pull it out the bag‘ and get the job done.
The problem nowadays is no one has any time, which means to get noticed as a professional. You either need a lot of money to advertise yourself, put your trust in recruitment services or do a lot of the leg work in your own marketing.
With the advent of social media, it’s enabled anyone to have a platform and a global voice, but this also makes the job of marketing yourself even more competitive.
Have you ever thought about how you ‘as a professional person‘ look like to other people?
We, as human beings, are very complex and have many different layers in our personality. It could be our downfall when it comes to getting noticed online.
Clarity and consistency and being understood clearly is a must when it comes to communication.
If you have many interests, it may help you as a business person to tone down some of your skills and focus on the lucrative ones.
Brochure Designer Manchester.