Month: September 2015

Brand Strategy: A Unique Brand Identity Can Give Your Small Business An Edge Over Competitors

Brand Strategy

Your brand strategy is one of the most effective ways to give your small business an edge over your competitors. Your brand identity or image involves all the expectations associated with your product, service or company. It is the brand experience associated with you.

By building a unique brand identity, you can increase awareness and recognition of your product, service or small business. It can increase your sales and profits.

A brand identity can be a name, a phrase, an image, a symbol or a combination of things that tend to identify the products or services of your company as unique or different from those of your competitors.

A brand identity can represent something intangible about your company, your product or service. It can be a combination of feelings and perceptions about your name, image, quality, reputation and personality.

At its most powerful level, a unique brand identity creates in the mind of your customers the perception that there is no other company, product or service like yours!


Brand Strategy and Awareness: Building A Unique Brand Identity Is Essential For Your Small Business Success

If you’re not building a unique brand identity, your small business is doomed to fail. Why? We are all bombarded with thousands of advertising messages every day. Read on to learn one of the most powerful ways to break through the advertising clutter…

With millions of web sites and small businesses out there, it’s hard to stand out. How do you get your customer’s attention? More importantly, how do you keep your customer’s loyalty?

Building a unique brand identity is the secret to getting and keeping your customer’s attention and loyalty. Having a powerful brand is essential to having a successful and profitable small business.

Are you actively building a unique brand identity? If you’re not building brand awareness that sets you apart from your competitors, you’re hurting your business.

Have you decided that you don’t have the time and money to spend building a unique brand identity for your business? Well, guess what? Even when you decide not to actively build your brand, you are still building your brand — by default.

By virtue of just being in business, you end up with a brand identity whether you actively or passively build your brand. The only difference is that when you do not build your brand actively, you will not have the opportunity to guide your customers in developing a brand identity that you would have preferred to have.

Brand building or positioning is not something that you do to your business, product or service — it’s what happens in your customer’s mind.

You have the power to influence your customer’s perception of your business, product, service or opportunity. When you actively build your brand identity, you exercise that power to guide your customers in developing your preferred perception of your unique brand identity.


Brand Strategy: Building a Corporate Identity


By building a unique brand identity, you can position your small business ahead of your competitors. By building increased brand awareness, you can increase your sales and profitability. Your brand strategy is essential for your small business success.