As mentioned in my previous article, “What is Branding?” your logo is not your brand. However, it is part of your visual brand identity. It is something you need to consider when building and growing your brand.
You’re ready to take your business’ brand to the next level. You want to better communicate with your audience and connect with them in a more meaningful way. But where do you start? This article provides you with 7 questions that will help you lay a foundation to start building your brand strategy.
01. What is our brand’s story?
Every brand has a story. Your story is unique to your brand. To understand how you can move forward, you need to know where you came from.
Here are some things to consider. What was the reason your business was founded…
Small and medium-sized business owners carry much responsibility on their shoulders. With so much responsibility, many business owners overlook an essential business asset, their brand.
Today I’ve created a list of 10 common mistakes many businesses make in branding. But first, to recap, let’s review what branding is. As the brand strategist and author Marty Neumeier said, “A brand is a person’s gut feeling about a product, service or organization.” Our number one goal with branding is to influence our audience’s gut feeling through strategic graphic design, photography, messaging, and copywriting.
Branding is a common and essential term used today in the business world. Many people haphazardly throw the word around, at times, leaving many business owners confused and wondering what branding is? Is it a logo? Is it marketing? What is it, and is it even necessary?
My goal in this article is to give you an overview of what branding is. In future articles, I’ll discuss some of the nitty-gritty of branding and how you can apply it to your business.
Branding is not a logo. Your logo is part of your brand identity a logo creation is often…
Many times we spend so much time thinking about how we can connect with new clients that we forget our existing customers. We need to stay in front of them. After all, it’s much cheaper and easier to sell to existing clients than new ones!
There are many ways to stay in front of your existing customers. I am sharing five ideas to help inspire methods you can implement: