PLR Ebook Table Of Contents
Chapter 1 – What is Branding? 3
Chapter 2 – Branding Basics 4
Chapter 3 – Audience 6
Chapter 4 – Logos 8
Chapter 5 – Building Recognition 10
Chapter 6 – Competition 12
Chapter 7 – Establishing Brand 14
Chapter 8 – Establishing Company Identity 17
Chapter 9 – Media Consideration 21
Chapter 10 – The Competitive Edge 24
Chapter 12 – Reinforcement of Your Brand 26
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Chapter 1 – What is Branding?
Branding is all about image of a business. The concept doesn’t only include style, emblems and logos but also the image of quality perceived. The image perceived may be of total quality, reliability, and more.
Branding is about the business and how a business is different from the competitors. The purpose of a brand is to distinguish yourself from your competitors. Once you make a distinguishing impact then an advertising campaign can be much more effective.
The success of a company can be determined by a brand. Branding includes many factors which help a company be successful. these factors may include a website, marketing efforts, and anything that gives a company an identity. Consumers trust wholeheartedly a corporate image because there is a psychology in motivating the purchasing decisions.
All companies should practice branding. Brick and mortar business and online companies benefit through branding methods. It is common for smaller companies and online businesses to fail due to a lack of understanding about the importance and factors of a good brand.
Branding ensures professionalism with a company. It seals the deal on an entire package. A small company with a brand looks just as good as a large corporation when they practice the right techniques. Brands enhance your confidence as a business owner but also in the consumers that you really can deliver what you promise.
Branding offers consistency with a business. It gives direction to employees and customers know what to expect. Consistency can be performed through the use of things like business cards, t-shirts, and more. Consistency includes visibility techniques that are professional and will remain in the memory of a consumer.
One concept that consumers often attach to a brand is called brand equity. A brand is often considered to be an asset also. For example, if you have developed a very good brand that is well known as being a top distributor of massage chairs and you have a competitor with a brand known to provide defective products, your brand will be worth more.Other Details
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