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I am very happy to announce that Paul Ernest of SnapBrand is going to be a guest blogger here. Paul Ernest is an award winning designer whose primary interest outside of design has been photography. After 17 years of building identities and brands for companies such as Disney Cruise Lines, MGM Grand Hotel Las Vegas, Palace of the Lost City Resort & Casino, Atlantis in the Bahamas, Hilton Asian Division, 7-Eleven Food Stores, Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, YMCA and Major Clothing Retailers nationwide, Paul Ernest decided to step from beside the camera to behind the camera.  He recently started a new endeavor, SnapBrand.

SnapBrand is a turn-key solution for photographers, who want a fixed package for a fixed budget. You know what you will get and know what you will spend… No open-ended efforts with surprise invoices at the end of the project.

What will Paul teach you?  Well he wants your feedback on what you want to learn about branding.  The content of his posts will be based partly on what MCP readers want to learn and how they want to grow their branding.

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To accomplish this, we need to hear from you.  And in return you may be the lucky winner (who will be picked at random) of their entry package called SnapShot Logo (if you win – you may upgrade to a bigger package as well and pay the difference).  This is a $449 value.  The prize includes:

  • Prebranding Questionnaire
  • 1 Hour Meeting
  • 2 Logo Options
  • 1 Set of Revisions w/Client Communication
  • Digital Files

To enter for this prize and also shape what Paul will be teaching, please comment in the “comment box” on this post below.

To be eligible for the random drawing on Sunday, March 15th, please answer the following:

– What is the biggest challenge you have in growing your brand and what are your barriers in taking your brand to the next level?  What do you feel you have done right or wrong in the past regarding branding?  In the coming months, what would you like Paul of SnapBrand to teach you about logos, branding and how you are viewed in the marketplace?

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124 Comments

  1. March 15, 2009 at 12:16 pm —

    My biggest challenge for me is with a 3 year old taking the time I need to do the soul searching to come up with goals. Having the confidence to accept what my inner soul is telling me. Lastly, to know what visual qualifier of a brand with depict that to others.

  2. March 15, 2009 at 12:31 pm —

    A lack of money is really hindering my attempt at branding right now. Specifically, the whole logo issue is really frustrating me (being I can’t seem to get one that I feel truly represents me and my business).

    As far as learning: I am completely open since I really know a whole lot o’nothing when it comes to this stuff. Anything would be helpful to me.

  3. March 15, 2009 at 9:04 pm —

    Hey thanks for the opportunity. Here are my answers.

    The biggest challenge I have in growing my brand is I feel I have an identity crisis. What I like visually is not necessarily what I want my brand to stand for. Until I can create a logo that properly identifies me and my brand, I can not take brand to the next level.

    In the past, I have chosen logos that were more appealing to me visually, which can also be a good thing. I am at a point where my brand needs to reflect my personality, which is one of my greatest attributes. I do think I have tried to keep my brand industry specific not to confuse my clients, which is a good thing.

    I would like Paul to teach us how to find and identify our own unique brand. Additionally, some direction on how color and fonts dictate how our brands are viewed in the marketplace. Do we need to be conforming to everything else in the marketplace?

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