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Are you practicing Small Business Branding? Here are 8 branding tactics that don’t require a big budget to be effective and grow your business.
How consistent is your global brand? Is it lost in translation to local markets? 2 coffee examples (Starbucks & Juan Valdez) are examined with photos.
Does your 2014 marketing plan support your brand & your business? 10 brand tactics based on Millward Brown Brand Z Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands.
Does your small business have a brand? Before you say you don’t have the money, answer these 5 questions to build your small business brand
Do your employees embody your brand? Here are 5 ways employees make your brand a reality & 3 real life examples with photos.
Is your branding only skin deep? Here are 7 brand attributes for a social media, mobile world with questions to get you on track. Based on Yahoo’s new logo.
For small businesses, branding is like having a super power; it makes your firm stand out in a message-laden ecosystem. Many small businesses mistakenly think branding is expensive and leave it out of their core business plans. They miss the opportunity to position their firm. To develop to your organization’s brand identity (aka your super power), answer these ten questions. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog
Stories trump other forms of information making them important for your brand. Images take stories beyond plain text and words; they provide context for the listener and make memorable associations. As a result, one image can be more powerful than the associated words.
As a marketer, use the power of images to tell your brand’s story concisely to today’s content snacking consumer. Even more valuable to your brand are stories that get people talking. Here are five reasons images tell good brand stories and five tips to help you use images to tell you brand’s story. Includes 3 examples with graphics. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog.