2015 is going to be a big year. I’m not totally sure yet how that big year is going to carry on, but isn’t that half the fun?
Yes. It’s happening.
If you’re someone that’s noticed...I’ve been known to rebrand every year or so. At least that’s what it’s felt like the last...3 times? Oops.
Well, if you must know, it’s not that I can’t commit to one brand or another. Or that I just want to change out my logo like it’s what’s going to monumentally change my business.
It just feels like the right thing to do. Like it’s the next step my business needs to take to really take a hold of it’s full potential, completely express what the business is about and go on to the next actionable move I need to make. It feels good.
And I would like to say that this time I am going to really stick it out with this branding change for a longer term than 1 year. But we’ll cross that bridge when we get to it…
So, I have a new logo. And a slightly different look across all my social media networks. My business name also officially changed from Anne Cho Photography to Anne Cho Inc. (They require you to add in a Inc. or Co. or Ltd. or whatnot to the end of your business name once you incorporate.) Honestly, I really like having my new business name. It makes me feel all official and professional and stuff. (Not that I didn’t before.)
If you are a follower on: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest or Linkedin, you will notice a name change! (My email address is still the same though.)
Oh and one other thing, you may or may not have already noticed a lull in the Facebook update area. That is mainly due to all the algorithm changes constantly going through Facebook and the difficulty to have updates appear to a wide audience without paying. So, you will still see updates on it here or there for anything major going on but besides that I will be pulling back on Facebook.
Here are some of my big goals for this year:
Continuing to build a platform and create content that educates and inspires small business owners, freelancers, and those involved (or even just interested) in the photography industry.
Shooting more personal work and updating my portfolio.
Learning more about business, marketing, and copywriting (and sharing all that goodness along the way).
And I know that putting this out there and letting you know is a great way to hold myself accountable and make sure I get this stuff done!
Let’s work together to make this year the best one it can be.
When we support each other we put out a positive energy into the world and inspire others to do the same. Let’s practice camaraderie and motivate everyone around us.
What are some of your big (or smaller yet still just as significant) goals for this year? Share them in the comments!
Cheers to a new year, a better year and a year of growth, goals, and a continuous search for happiness.