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I finally created my branding guidelines for my blog. Actually getting to branding the blog will be another story, but I’m almost there. I did it all myself. Now, I do have experience in graphic design and a background in web design, but I was never a branding person. I designed and created marketing materials, email campaigns and more, based off of an already-established brand most of the time. In order to brand my own blog, I needed to do some research on the most up-to-date guidelines and advice. Then, I realized that if I needed brand guidelines for my blog, and I could do it myself, I could help other bloggers as well! So, stay tuned for a freebie coming to the blog soon. Think straight forward branding template and branding guide that explains what things like “sub marks” are, while also helping you understand what the purpose of different fonts are. So, check out this list of branding resources that will help you and are FREE! Let’s face it, us newbie bloggers don’t have a marketing budget yet, but we need to look like we do!
These are great resources. Thanks for sharing! I definitely can use some of these as I try to brand my blog.
Jackpot list! Thank you for sharing all these resources.
This is an incredible post – packed with so much necessary information.
I didn’t even know about a 1/10th of these things.
So thank you, thank you!
So glad it helped you too! I really needed all that information too, and I still haven’t finished branding my blog. I’ve been too focused on writing, but I figure I’ll get there at some point right?!