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The organizations that have built the greatest brands in the world are marketing-driven. http://www.Interbrand.com ranks the 2009 top ten global brands as: Coca-Cola IBM Microsoft GE Nokia McDonalds Google Toyota Intel Disney The differences between being a product/service driven organization … Continue reading
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In previous posts, I’ve discussed what a brand is; it’s a set of emotions, images, values, feelings and memories in the consumers brain. I’ve also elaborated around how your brand should be an essential promise that your small business makes … Continue reading
In earlier posts, we looked at the importance of developing a brand strategy as part of a comprehensive marketing strategy. Further to this, we took a look at identifying features and benefits – and the difference between them – and … Continue reading
FYI to small business marketers who are developing their brand. Your brand does not and will not exist. I know that small business owners, like most consumers, find the above statement bizarre. In actuality, this is a core idea: it … Continue reading
Is there room for another Toronto-area copywriter/marketing geek/small business consultant? Yes there is, and here I am. And while out and about in Toronto, I’ve been asked about my brand: cōjent. I’ll address two points: 1. The brand promise is … Continue reading