- It gives company a direction and facilitates it with values separate from the rest of the competitors.
- It helps other brands in odd and negative time through brand leverage tactic.
- It helps in launching of new brands more quickly and cost effective after one’s success.
- It helps company to communication with the customers potential and actual both as well as competitors.
- To achieve a strategy different from competitors it is necessary to audit their strategies with detail through reliable data collection sources.
- Always send a unified message from all branding and marketing vehicles to gain maximum brand equity.
- Measure and evaluate the brand strategy performance time to time to keep it up dated with the market, marketplace and marketspace.
Oct 27, 2011
A branding strategy is that origins from customer relationship management. At commencement it should be the core of all investor and public relations, sales, customer services, and initial advertising. When the budget permits the branding strategy can become the groundwork for superior marketing communications such as multimedia advertising, direct mail. Trade shows, and expanded public relations.
A strong branding strategy may come up with a set of benefits such as:
A brief branding strategy by definition requires an outline of activities before start implementing it which is as:
Purpose Statement: a mission, goal, or objective of the entire activity that defines the exact outcomes.
Desirable Results: The end result that is desired by a specific marketing activity must be in detail a part of the overall strategy. It helps also in setting smart goals and objectives.
Target Market: A detail work on the actual and potential consumers is critical to make strategy to communicate with them properly and to grab their attentions.
Plan: Tactical framework based on the previous research work. It must consist of all the identified ingredients of a successful path to achieve targeted objectives.
Message: It must be easy to remember for the audience and for the target market to recall it in the future when they need it while shop.
Marketing: It is a part of the branding strategies. It should be consist of a well organized combination of communication vehicles.
Main Activity: A single message from all sources of communication should be generated to capture the market with clarity.
Call for Action: ask customers actual and prospect to add something positive, good and interesting in the campaign.
Follow-up: Always keep in touch with the market to know what is actually going on in the marketplace and marketspace. It is what makes different a brand from an ordinary product.
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