Your 30-second commercial should address who you are. There is no magic to stating the WHO, the Basic Introduction. After all, it is (well) basic. Nevertheless, this part of the 30-second commercial is important.
In your Basic Introduction you need to clearly articulate your name (is it Mike or Michael … Kim or Kimberly?). Then state your title and the work you are associated with. Each of these is important.
Now, nothing says it has to be in this precise order … You could achieve the same thing by re-stating the example “I am a franchise broker with National Franchising Group … I am John Doe” Or “I am with National Franchising Group. My name is John Doe. I am a franchise broker.”
Whatever the case, your 30-second commercial should address who you are. The next step is in Part 4.