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Marketing, Not Selling, Builds Brand Relationships

Marketing, Not Selling, Builds Brand RelationshipsIn business today, many people seem to think that it’s all about selling. Although selling is indeed the ultimate goal for any business, it should not be your primary focus when it comes to building brand relationships. Companies that focus on building relationships tend to perform better and sell more over the long-term than those who artlessly try to push a sale.

Here are some reasons why your brand should invest energy in building relationships rather than mindlessly pursuing sales.Continue Reading..

How to Choose the Right Marketing Channels

How to Choose the Right Marketing ChannelsMarketing in today’s market is more challenging than ever before. The global pandemic of COVID-19 has created a massive change in the way that we advertise. The changes brought on by the pandemic can be expected to continue for some time. That’s why you must choose the right marketing channels for your brand.

What are the right channels for you and your brand?

Let’s dive into a few key things to know…Continue Reading..

Establishing Your Brand’s Personality Across Platforms

Establishing Your Brand's Personality Across All PlatformsCapturing attention in today’s competitive market is difficult. With so many different platforms out there, gaining attention is even harder. Here are some tips for establishing your brand’s personality across all platforms.

It’s About More Than Getting Attention

One thing that’s important for brands to understand is that marketing is about more than getting attention. For a brand to be truly successful, it has to have a distinct personality. That personality has to be designed to appeal to your customer base.Continue Reading..

The Difference Between Branding And Marketing

The Difference Between Branding And Marketing

There are so many buzzwords out there. It can be easy to get caught up in the game and blur the lines between branding and marketing. They are different areas of focus for a business. But they do work together.

Most businesses have a preference for one item when it comes to sales, branding, and marketing. The best companies can see the entire picture, a picture that includes all three, as well as other important areas such as merchandising and operations.

Professionals in today’s global market must know the difference between branding and marketing. There are subtle but significant differences. If you’re already scratching your head, read on, and learn what makes branding so different from marketing.Continue Reading..

Why Your Branding Doesn’t Look like It Should

Why Your Carefully Designed Branding Doesn't Look like It Should

From logo to letterhead, your branding is an essential aspect of presenting a professional image to consumers. Do you want your business to be taken seriously?

Unfortunately, several awful mistakes can be made as you “carefully design” and create your company identity. Here are some cases that demonstrate bad branding even with the best of intentions.Continue Reading..

Put Customer Experience First for a Stronger Brand

Put Customer Experience First for a Stronger Brand

Many businesses pride themselves on quality customer service, but what about the customer experience? Understanding the customer’s entire journey of experiencing a product or service is vital to brand success.

Sure, a product has its use, but what is its purpose? Such a question speaks to what more a customer gets out of purchasing the products or services of a business.

Take time to answer that for the products and services of your business. Did your mind jump straight to statistics or more features? What about customer experience?

The purpose of your product or service links intimately with the experience of the customer as they use it. Businesses who put customer experience first end up with a stronger brand in the long run.Continue Reading..

Online Marketing with Better Storytelling

Online Marketing with Better Storytelling

Storytelling has long been woven into and conveyed the fabric of human existence. Early humans depicted ceremony, hunting and their explorations in red ochre across the vast expanses of rock, deep inside ancient caves across the world. And these early humans “signed their names” with the stenciled outline of a handprint in red ochre, some 40,000 years old.

Today, our ancestors reach out to us through those handprints. And though we live in a technological age, we still seek out our origins and are curious about the origin stories of others.

“How did you… What happened?” Bards told the heroic deeds and misdeeds of kings and knights across the land. Spoken word poets speak up about the inner and outer struggles of our world today. We still tell our children bedtime stories and relate fables that are hundreds of years old.

But stories aren’t only for the ancients for the children. Storytelling matters more than ever to humanity. And it’s time that brands paid attention.Continue Reading..

Improving Brand Communication for Company Success

Improving Brand CommunicationMiscommunication remains a major pitfall for businesses of all sizes, and not just between employees and employers. Brand communication is a key component to company success and must be consistent throughout all channels and every detail, including behind the scenes efforts that the customers don’t see.Continue Reading..

Integrating Marketing Channels for Brand Consistency

Integrating Marketing Channels for Brand ConsistencyHow do you handle brand consistency? So many options exist for marketing. So, how do you know where to begin?

Social media, content, email campaign, and direct mail make up the tip of the marketing iceberg. But you’re not looking at what’s beneath. No one thing is king in marketing like consistency.

Marketing on multiple channels can increase your exposure to customers. However, it’s also confusing and takes more time than it should. You can get higher engagement rates with the omnichannel marketing approach Success comes through better brand consistency, and you do that by integrating your marketing channels.Continue Reading..