My #content was stolen. [Why am I not happy about it?]
By a Director, Solutions and Services of a computer hardware company that’s also into Doc imaging. The Director is based in California & handles the marketing for the company.
I first received a #LinkedIn request from this person. I accepted. Then after a while, this copying happened.
I am not a guru on #PersonalBranding. But that didn’t stop me from sharing what I knew on the subject.
The first three points I wrote:
- How do you want to be perceived?
- What should people remember when they think of you?
- What do you stand for?
And the Director wrote:
How do you want people to perceive you?
How do you want to be remembered?
What do you want your name to be synonymous with?
What a clever lift?
Escaping Google’s punishment. 🙂
- “I don’t worry about people “copying” me. Their next move can’t happen until I make mine.” -Germany Kent
- “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery that mediocrity can pay to greatness.” – Oscar Wilde
My advice to this person:
- Please be yourself.
- Don’t try to be me.
- You can’t be me.
- Find the real meaning of “copywriting”.
What’s more: This person is writing a book on Personal Branding that is likely to be published soon on #Amazon.