There are many businesses out there screaming and shouting for your customer’s attention. Your brand needs to stand out in a sea of noise, but screaming louder is not the solution. Instead, you need to show the world that you have something unique to offer, something that only you can give them.
When your brand personality doesn’t match who you are as a person, it can create a disconnected, inauthentic experience for your customers. This is especially true if you are an entrepreneur since you are the heart and soul of your brand. Your goal is to create a more authentic brand personality.
Understanding your customer’s problems and how you help solve them is one of the most important factors in building a successful brand. You have to be able to show your customers that you get where they’re coming from, that you understand their pain, and that you have something to offer that will help them.
The ultimate goal of all marketing is to get people to know, like, and trust you. Once you’ve gained your audience’s trust, they can become customers for life. The problem is, it takes time to build trust, it doesn’t happen overnight. Use a brand champion to help you build trust and credibility more quickly.
Sometimes you think you don’t have what it takes to accomplish your goals. But armed with the right attitude and the right approach, you can do big things, things that are WAY outside your comfort zone. Like running 100 miles.
There is a lot of competition out there these days. Whatever line of business you’re in, someone else is most likely doing it too, and (gasp!) maybe even better than you. To stand out and compete in this crowded marketplace, you have to be different. And one of the best ways you can differentiate is to focus on three critical areas of your branding. Read on to learn the three things you need to know to build a more competitive brand.
If you’re a small business owner, updating your brand identity might feel like a daunting task. But giving your brand a makeover doesn’t have to be a complicated process, and you don’t have to blow your entire marketing budget to do it.
I think we can all agree that these are divisive times we’re living in. And when you, as a brand, take a stand on a political or moral issue you run the risk of losing customers. Sharing your views on contentious issues will no doubt turn some people off. But it can actually boost your brand loyalty—if you know what you’re getting into.
Welcome to day 21! If you’ve been taking one small action each day you should now have a solid foundation on which to build your brand. But your work is not done. In fact, it’s just beginning! Read on to see how you can continue building your remarkable brand.