Having a strong brand identity gives an added value to the products or services you provide. Good branding can build up loyalty amongst your customers who will then recommend your product or service to people they know.
Your company has a name, a tagline, and you’ve decided on colors. Now here comes the next part: the logo. While the imagery is a big portion of a logo, picking the right font to use in your logo and in assorted branded collateral is critical.[…]
It’s probably likely that you’ve encountered the phrase “personal branding” in a casual setting. These days, people have interpreted the phrase to be about how one presents themselves in their everyday life. For example, according to this definition, how you define your strengths and characteristics on your resume is part of your personal brand.[…]
In short, seasonal branding isn’t a complete brand makeover, but it is a useful temporary tool. While you maintain your core branding, the slight tweaks in design give it a seasonal twist. After the window of time has passed, you can simply revert to your general branding.[…]
Creating a logo is one of the most important steps a company takes in its branding. A good logo, one that is carefully created, drives all other branding decisions and should be one of the first “to dos” in a marketing plan.[…]
A brand is like a living, breathing organism. Like a human, its capabilities, voice, and overall personality will grow and become more mature and diverse with time, even if the name is the same and the face (or logo for a brand) remains recognizable. […]
Remember in high school when your friend Liz suddenly wanted to be Elizabeth because it sounded more mature or Daniel Johnson wanted to be D-John because it was his new artist name? This desire for change happens a lot to people in their teens and twenties;[…]
What if we told you that you could get people to pay their own money to advertise for your brand?
Yes, you read that correctly, they take their hard-earned money and advertise for your restaurant, medical company, or hardware supply store.[…]
With robots getting citizenship and digital helpers constantly listening to everything you say, it’s easy to feel that the use of tech is starting to overshadow the natural and human elements in life and in commerce – that companies have lost their focus on helping consumers,[…]