Top Tools You Can Use to Build Your Personal Brand

Building a personal brand is easier if you have the right tools. I've listed down the most commonly used tools to help you maximise your growth and influence:


Design Tools

  • Canva: A graphic design tool you can use to create your social media content. The ease of use makes it a top choice for those who are new to graphic design.

  • Adobe Creative Cloud: A set of software used for graphic design, video editing, and photography.

  • Pinterest: Pinterest is a search engine, but it's often used as a source of inspiration as it's visual.

Professional Website and Signature

  • About.Me: A platform that allows you to create a basic website.

  • Wix.Com: A drag and drop platform you can use to design your website the way you want it.

  • Hubspot Email Signature: Have more than just a name in your email signature; add information like position, contact deails, social media links using this tool.


Social Media

  • Instagram: A social networking site that focuses on visual content such as photos and videos.

  • Facebook: A social media platform where you can create a personal profile, business page, or online communities.

  • LinkedIn: The social media platform of professionals used to build a network, connect with people in the same industries, or look for opportunities.

  • Spotify: An audio streaming platform where you can listen to music or upload podcasts.

  • ClubHouse: An exclusive platform that allows users to communicate in voice chat rooms.

Social Media Tools

  • Cut Story: Use this tool to edit the length or layout and add stickers and music to your social media stories.

  • Regram: This tool allows you to share another person's Instagram post on your own feed. Use it to share client raves about your products and services.

  • Planoly: An Instagram and Pinterest scheduling and planning platform. The drag and drop function allows you to plan how your feed would look like based on content or design.

  • LinkTree: A tool that allows you to share important content with one link.


  • Ecamm: Maximise your visibility using Ecamm to live stream on Facebook, YouTube, or LinkedIn.

  • Loom: Record and share video messages of your screen, cam, or both.

  • YouTube: Share prerecorded or live-streamed informative video content.

Of course there are many others tools out there you'll discover, and these are just great tools to get you started from the ground.

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