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The Monthly Roundup series was not published for the past few months, as I was busy getting the Podcast up and running. So I decided to do a Summer Roundup instead (for the months of June, July, August).

Summer is a busy time for most people. Everyone is usually away traveling or involved in some fun activities, so you might not have had time to review your favorite Personal Branding posts.

Let me make it easier for you.

Here are the Top 4 of the most liked, shared, and commented posts on Personal Branding, for the Summer months of 2016.

1. The Met Ousted a Top Executive, So He Used Facebook to Show the World How to Do Unemployment Right

This article published by Jenni Avins on Quartz.com has garnered more than 32000 Shares across social media.

Ever been in a situation where you are suddenly unemployed, i.e. laid off or fired? Then this article will not only serve as an inspiration but will also give you some ideas on what to do in those situations. The author shares the story of an Executive (Sree Sreenivasan) who has laid off from his job. He immediately took to Facebook and shared his story, and what transpired after. The article is a primer on how to network properly using social media.

2. Your Personal Branding Strategy in 10 Steps (Infographic)

This article published by Rose Leadem on Entrepreneur.com has garnered more than 12000 Shares across social media.

Do you have a personal branding story? Do you know how to share your ideas with the world? How you can make an impact? Then this post is for you. The author shares 10 tips/steps in the form of an Infographic in a simple and tangible format.

3. The Right Way to Start Branding Yourself Right Out of College

This article published by Han-Gwon Lung on Entrepreneur.com has garnered more than 9200 Shares across social media.

This article is an excellent primer (or step-by-step) on how to start building a personal brand for yourself. Even though the author caters this post towards young professional and new graduates- I strongly believe the advice here applies to almost anyone. You would be surprised how many people in their 30s or 40s don’t have a personal brand. The author also shares his personal example to show his journey has unfolded.

4. Do Small Business Owners Need a Personal Brand?

This article published by Brian Sutter on Entrepreneur.com has garnered more than 9000 Shares across social media.

I always love articles that not only tell why something is important but also tell me what to do about it. In this article, Brian talks about the importance of Personal Branding and also gives us step-by-step ideas on what to do to start improving your personal brand.

Hope you enjoyed the list. What was your favorite and why?


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