Kimberly Zhang

Kimberly Zhang

Entrepreneur Leadership Network Contributor

Follow Kimberly Zhang on Social

LinkedIn

Latest

3 Strategies Entrepreneurs Can Incorporate to Build Brand Awareness

Small businesses face an uphill battle when it comes to building brand awareness. Podcasting, influencer marketing and local SEO are all affordable-yet-powerful marketing strategies that can help.

How to Own Your Company's Owned Media And Prevent Others From Stealing It

Creating your own media isn't enough: You need to truly make it your own if you want to stand out.

How Entrepreneurs Can Maximize Networking to Increase Funding

Networking can seem daunting, but every entrepreneur knows its power -- especially when it comes to raising funds.

If You Want to Be an Unforgettable Presenter, Master These 4 Techniques

Here are four ways you can knock your next presentation out of the park, whether you're in person or online.

Selling Online? Here Are 4 Things You Need to Know About SEO.

SEO is the kingmaker in the age of ecommerce. But a sound SEO strategy can do more than help you own keywords.

How Sticking to Their Principles Helped Zappos and Tom's of Maine Step Ahead of Their Competition

A principled approach to why you operate a business can be a massive differentiator for consumers.

Los 4 elementos que debes tener en tu manifiesto de negocios para crear un gran equipo

Si lo haces bien, este rey de los one-pagers puede darte dirección e inspiración.

4 Things Your Team Manifesto Must Spotlight

Done well, and this mother of all one-pagers can provide direction and inspiration.

If You're Not Attending Cultural Tentpole Events, You're Missing a Major Source of Buzz

Coachella wasn't just a media stunt in the desert -- it was a gold mine for marketers seeking experiential marketing ideas. Jump-start your event planning by exploring the many ways companies got Coachella right.

How to Empower Your Employees to Do Their Best Work

Enabling your employees to do their best work begins with giving it meaning.

How These Minority Founders Got Tech Execs to Put Their Money Where Their Mouths Are

Tech executives happily pay lip service to diversity, but precious few financially support underprivileged groups.