Karen Post

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Karen Post
Born (1960-02-12) February 12, 1960 (age 61)
Buffalo, New York
Occupation Author, professional speaker
Website
www.karenpost.com

Karen Post (born February 12, 1960 in Buffalo, New York) is an American author and professional speaker who writes and lectures internationally on brands and marketing. Her stage and writing name is also The Branding Diva. Post popularized the metaphoric term Brain Tattoo as a branding concept.[1]

She is author of Brain Tattoos: Creating Unique Brands That Stick in Your Customers' Minds and Brand Turnaround: How Brands Gone Bad Returned to Glory and the 7 Game Changers that Made the Difference. She lives in Tampa, Florida.

From 2004–2008, she was a columnist for Fast Company magazine. Post is also the founder of Home Frosting.[2]

As a branding writer and speaker, she has been featured in national and international media outlets like Fox Business.

Books

  • Post, Karen; Gitomer, Jeffrey H.; Tchong, Michael (2004-12-10) (in English). Brain Tattoos: Creating Unique Brands That Stick in Your Customers' Minds (1st ed.). New York: AMACOM. ISBN 9780814472347. 
  • Post, Karen (2011-12-06) (in English). Brand Turnaround: How Brands Gone Bad Returned to Glory and the 7 Game Changers that Made the Difference (1st ed.). McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN 9780071775281.  [3]

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