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A great mashable infographic about how the world is using cell phones. The mobile web is going to be a misnomer in a few years: the descriptor “mobile” will sound quaint. Enjoy! Advertisements
This post is a continuation of my thread about building a strategic marketing plan, and why successful business owners should have one developed. After identifying your strategic business objectives the next key element of your marketing plan is market segmentation … Continue reading
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
A UBP is the acronym for your Unique Buying Proposition.* This is the one concrete benefit that your brand offers consumers that your competitors do not. The UBP is most often a short statement or a single word. As a … Continue reading
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