Does a brand need to generate income to exist? This was the question I posed in this weeks #BrandChat on Twitter. We didn’t see the #BrandChat moderators so I jumped in and moderated it myself lol. @SandraGabriel_ Thanks for going rogue on #brandchat. That was interesting. — Stephen Abbott (@SJAbbott) January 8, 2014 P.S. My Twitter chat moderating skills could use some work 😉 Anyway, some were trying to determine exactly what branding is, which invited tons of insight from branding, PR and social media professionals. Exactly! I think a brand
It’s true when they say that your attitude is the true determinant in how much a situation will affect you. You can choose to be sour about a promotion that you didn’t get, or you can rejoice that you don’t have to put your extra waking hours into a job you probably would not have liked. You can feel heart-broken over a love who rejected you or you can feel good knowing that now your heart and mind are open to receive the love that was truly meant for you.
I’m proud to announce that Gabriel PR has opened a new division of business to serve online marketers around the world. Gabriel Website & Online Services (Gabriel Webservice) offers web hosting and domain registration services as well as email marketing, SSL certificates and more. All clients have free access to the 24/7 support desk as well as our own personal value added ticket window, where my team is ready to respond to your wordpress, social media and other technical questions. The decision to open this division came about when the
What are you waiting for to be happy? Whatever you’re waiting for, just stop. Stop waiting and stop letting your happiness be based on external factors, because the moment you let your happiness rely on someone or something else, then you stand the chance of being unhappy. Your happiness is strongly dependent on what you define as happiness, while being cautious not to hang that definition on anything outside of your control. Happiness to me, is doing those things I said I was going to do and looking back at
At the end of October 2013, I did my first company photo shoot and although I had no idea about where to stand, how to pose, when to smile showing teeth or just lips, I had such a good time! After my makeup was done, I didn’t recognize myself. It was a whole different Sandra and I loved it. I wanted to share my album with you, but also send a BIG THANK YOU to my photographer and style team. They delivered beyond expectations! Stylist: Pauleanna Reid Hair & Makeup: