Make Your Brand Stand Out

September 19, 20160 Comments

Does your brand stand out from the competition?

Does your brand stand out from the competition?

Hello, I’m Jim Glover, That Branding Guy, for Once a Day Marketing™. Today we are discussing the fundamental elements to set your brand apart from the crowd.

Every business has to stand out from their competitors through differentiating products and services, providing a superior customers experience or being an innovator in the area of business; preferably all of the above. We refer to this as “branding bold.”

To set your brand apart, consider these 3 Keys concepts:

1. Unique
These are the characteristic that make your product or service special. Perhaps you offer something that is handmade or the only one of its kind in the community. Determine what is special about your product that no one else can claim.

2. Compelling
A product is compelling when there is consumer demand for the attributes it offers or provides. You may make the greatest widget in the world, however, if it doesn’t meet a consumer demand and is not compelling, creating a market for it is very difficult. Consider what makes your brand appealing to customers and why they will care about.

3. Believable
When consumers make a purchase, they trust a brand to live up to claims and that it will deliver on brand promise. Think about why customers trust your offerings, perhaps you have extensive experience or special knowledge.

Once you know what is unique, compelling and believable about your brand ensure you are using these factors to tell your story through your advertising and social media. Every little improvement will go a long way to enhance the stature of your brand and make it stand out from the competition.

Once a Day Marketing™ inspires clients to brand bold.Visit our website at Contact James Glover at (505) 501.1330 or email Listen to Ask Those Branding Guys™ every Monday at 11:00am (MDT) streaming live on KVSF 101.5 FM.

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