Do you hate sending people to your website because you feel it's outdated? Do you apologise when you give out your business card because you're embarrassed about the design ? Do you cringe at the copy on your social media profiles ? And let’s not even get started on those old photos...

If you've answered 'yes' to at least one of those questions, you may think you need to start from scratch with a new website, branding and marketing materials. But there are plenty of things you can do to improve your brand that don’t involve spending thousands on a new website or branding.

Here’s what I cover in this episode:

  • Five things you can do to spruce up your brand (without spending a penny)
  • How to tidy up your brand identity (and why you need to)
  • Some awesome tools you can use to help you create a more memorable brand

Key resources and links

90-minute branding facelift - my lunchtime masterclass in March 8 with Phil Pallen 

Make journalists fall in love with you with Phil Pallen (episode 9)

Leadpages & Optimise Press(landing page software)

Creative Market (branding identity kits)

Canva & Picmonkey (graphic design software)

Fiverr (marketplace for designers and creatives)

AppSumo (list-building tool)

Peek user testing (objective feedback on your website  - in minutes)

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