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How to Make Your Brand Stick7:00 am

By Kristen Dabrio

How to Make Your Brand StickWhat do you want your company to be? How is your company identified by other people? The answer to these questions is what differentiates your brand from other brands. Since you want your customers and potential buyers to recognize your company and remember what you have to offer them, it’s very important that you learn how to make your brand stick in people’s minds. Your brand is built on what your company is, what your company wants to be, and what people perceive your company to be. Learning how to define and shape your brand is one of the most important steps towards standing out and being remembered.

If you’re looking to define your brand, consider asking yourself these questions—

• What are your company’s goals?
• What is your company’s mission?
• What qualities do you want your customers to associate with your company?
• What do your customers already think of your company?
• What are the products and services your company provides?
• What are the benefits of your products and services?
• What story do you want to tell?

A good brand will ultimately do these things: confirm your company’s credibility, deliver your message clearly to your audience, connect with your target audience on an emotional level, motivate the buyer, and build customer loyalty.  Here are a couple ways to strengthen your brand and hit on these points.

Tell Your Story

Your brand must stay true to your company and the values that you consider important. The best brands are the ones that reflect the company’s passions and creativity. It’s important that you create a story that best encapsulates the message and experience of your brand. What do you want to say through your brand? What makes your company special? How do you want people to perceive you? Once you answer those questions, you’ll be able to figure out what you want your brand to be and how you want your company to grow. Telling your story will help strengthen your brand and connect on an emotional level with your customers.

Stay Consistent

Your products can evolve and change over time, but your brand should remain recognizable to your customers and potential buyers. This only works if you stay consistent throughout your branding efforts. Everything you create for your company, from marketing to customer service, should reflect the values and message of your brand. The more often people see your brand, the more likely they’ll be to remember you and purchase from you in the future. If you make sure you’re consistent, you’ll also build on customer loyalty by continually engaging with those people who have purchased from you.

Building a brand only works if you form a cohesive plan that stretches across all of your marketing and visibility efforts. Everything from email marketing campaigns and direct mail campaigns to website design should reflect your brand and what you want people to think and feel about your company. Paying attention to your company’s identity will help you strengthen your brand and ultimately bring in more business. Have you been working on building your brand? Share with us in the comments!



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