“I thought I knew branding and positioning, and I did...but not like Deb Gabor and her team at Sol. They took our existing brand and totally reframed it. It was impressive (and lucrative). If you have the chance to work with her, take it.”

Tucker Max, New York Times Bestselling Author and CEO and co-founder, Book in a Box

“Deb believes that getting the customer laid is the ultimate goal of every brand. Because of your brand, the customer feels they can accomplish more! She’s right.”

Lisa Sharples, Co-founder, Fexy Media

 

 

 

Get your free chapter from Branding is Sex, where bestselling author, Deb Gabor, illustrates how proper brand positioning gets your customers in the mood.

 
 

In Branding is Sex, brand dominatrix Deb Gabor explains how proper brand positioning gets your customers in the mood.

In just seven short and sweet chapters, Deb will break down all the essentials: 

  • How the most successful brands in the world get their customers laid
  • The three essential brand questions you must be able to answer
  • How all branding decisions stem from the Brand Values Pyramid
  • How to nail your company’s brand.
  • How to never fail The Bullshit Test
  • And who your brand should hop in the sack with (and it’s not who you think it is.) 

Most branding books are either very academic or theoretical.  Deb believes you shouldn’t need a Ph.D. to understand branding. Branding is Sex provides you with a concrete foundation and a basic how-to plan—in plain English—for building or re-igniting your brand. 

 
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Deb Gabor was born to brand. As the founder and brand dominatrix of Sol Marketing, she has led brand strategy engagements for organizations like Dell, Microsoft, NBC Universal, HomeAway, and dozens of early-stage tech and digital media titans. 

She is also the author of the book Branding is Sex: Get Your Customer Laid and Sell the Hell Out of Anything. Most branding books are either very academic or theoretical. Branding is Sex provides you with a concrete foundation and a basic how-to plan—in plain English—for building or re-igniting a brand. 


Deb is my go-to branding and marketing guru. I’ve booked her for events and classes of such a wide range and am never disappointed by the strength of content and engaging exercises she’s brought to each one. Her speaking style can’t be described as anything less than captivating.
— Candice Digby, Speaker Organizer, General Assembly