Creating a Winning Brand
The success of a small business relies, in part, on the company’s ability to create a winning brand. In order to be successful, you must create a memorable reputation — and part of that reputation lies in your ability to successfully brand your company, products and services.
The idea of branding is not new. Branding dates back to 2000 B.C. when inscriptions on the walls of ancient Egyptian tombs indicate that cattle were branded. What has changed is how you create a winning brand in today’s online-intense marketplace.
Successful companies create strong brands around colors, images, logos, shapes, slogans and taglines.
Coca-Cola has been called the world’s most iconic beverage. The company consistently and very deliberately, uses their trademark red, the distinctive Coke glass bottle figure, their script logo, and targeted slogans. Below is one of their latest videos. When I posted this, the video was less than 2 hours old and had 306 views. It will be interesting to see how many views it has when you read this.
Free Branding Assessment Tool
Coke’s consistent branding has resulted in a strong consumer following. You can do the same with your branding.
To learn how to brand your products, services and company as consistently as Coke, start with a quick branding assessment. Click here to download Reciprocate’s free branding assessment tool. You’ll also receive an exclusive offer to receive a free company branding of your Constant Contact emails. But hurry, the Constant Contact branding offer expires Feb. 29, 2012.