Show Me How Big Your Brave Is—Nauman Akbar, Founder and Owner of MessageMuse, a Full Spectrum Digital Marketing Agency, Discusses how to Social Media Tools to Celebrate your Uniqueness

Hi I am Nauman Akbar and MessageMuse is my digital marketing company. Recently, I have done several articles on the use of social media tools for reputation management and how your digital agency can create and manage the message you want to project to your audience. In I Put a Spell on You
We talked about the steps to creating your image and establishing your presences. And in Hey I Heard You Were a Wild One I discussed how your digital marketing agency can help you maneuver through the negative patches and rebuild your image.

Today, I want to discuss who should be putting themselves out there in social media land and how your reputation management team can help you express what you are about and get your message out.

I have been in the digital marketing business for a long time now. I have seen trends come and go. I have seen technology change a lot during that time. I have done so many projects—everything from animation to website design—and I have to say that I am always fascinated by what and who hold appeal in the social media arena. Seemingly, plain characters that only have a niche message can become sensations using the platforms we have available to use.

Several years ago, a young woman name Sara Bareilles put out a simple song called Brave. I remember listening to the words of the song and thinking, these are my clients she is talking about. Then when I saw her video, I thought, “Now I know why the song is so popular. It’s about all the people who are like me—those ordinary folks that look like goofballs when they attempt to dance.” I have included a link here for you to see. If you are not a professional dancer, you will relate. I can tell you, it is the very thing—the ordinariness—that digital marketing agencies and reputation managers just love.

You can be amazing
You can turn a phrase into a weapon or a drug
You can be the outcast
Or be the backlash of somebody’s lack of love
Or you can start speaking up

Those first lyrics are so simple and yet they have the power of an ocean—an ocean of millions who all know the feeling of being the person who has taken the put-downs for so long.

The power of this message tells us that it is important celebrate our quirky, less than perfect selves. And if you are brave enough to put yourself out there, others will relate to and likely embrace your lack of perfection. Now with the affordable tools of social media, you can show the world your BRAVE. And your digit marketing agency can create that path for you and design a plan to get you to where you want to be. It may be a cooking for beginner’s website design or a comic book app development project, or a Facebook reputation management strategy. Or it could be some combination of many tools that gets you noticed. We are in an age where we have the right tools available to get our projects, our dreams, and ourselves out there in the world. And a creative digital marketing agency can create a plan to get you there.

So come on, give me a call at MessageMuse and show me how big your BRAVE is.

This article is brought to you by Nauman Akbar, founder and owner of MesssageMuse, a leader in offshore digital IT services. We are a full service ditigal marketing agency offering website development, enterprise app solutions for businesses, mobile app development, reputation management, logo design, and branding. We currently have customers internationally and in the US. We are now expanding our services to South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, and Virginia. We are a registered business with the Delaware Secretary of State. We welcome individuals, businesses, and brokers to check out all the services and skills we offer. Give us a call at +1 (704) 315-2120 or check out our website at https://www.messagemuse.com/ or send us an email at agency@messagemuse.com . Let us help your business find creative digital solutions at any price point.