Brand Therapy for Inconsistent Branding
According to my research over 1500 articles were posted within the last year alone about the need for consistent branding. And yet it happens, your realize your company’s branding has different styles and creative directions. It happens primarily to small and mid-size businesses. In this post we’ll talk about why it happens and how to prevent future inconsistent branding.
A Step by Step Guide for Developing Your Small Business Logo
If you want to know how to achieve the best logo design result – these advanced proven techniques are for you. Did you ever drive with your GPS and it told you to turn even though your gut was telling you – “I think that’s wrong?” Your gut, your intuition and all your experience is telling you to stay straight, but the nav system has such a strong influence that you veer off course. The moral of the story, in the case of logo design, isn’t strictly about trusting your gut – it is to build a better navigation framework in the first place. If you are looking for ‘killer logo design tips,’ it’s better to know what you are doing in the first place with a proven logo design strategy – that’s your million dollar tip.
Branding + Marketing Tips for Starting A Successful Brand in 2016
If you don’t have great branding, you can’t compete. If you are launching a new business, your launch process will begin with branding and branding will be the DNA for each marketing initiative going forward. Types of branding: 1. Visual Branding – logo design, graphic design, web design, etc. 2. Perceptual Branding – customer experiences and associations with your product or services and employees. 3. Tactical Branding – how you market your visual and perceptual branding.
Branding is similar to long-term investing
Let’s make some clear distinctions at the outset that should be “no-brainers.” Branding requires a long-term investment. It requires attention to many details such as consistency, trust-building, and authenticity. Promotions are about short-term and immediate conversions (sales).