Branding Definition

THE SYMBOL, WORD, AND SLOGAN THAT IDENTIFIES YOUR PRODUCT

Successful branding begins with the target market customer, by identifying the specific niche or sub-niche the product or service will satisfy. All other branding decisions flow from that identification. The logo, the slogan, the packaging, where a company advertises and the images it uses, all need...

The Catholic Brand of Ecology

THE POPE WITH HOPE

Pope Francis made headlines with his encyclical on the climate last week. It’s official! This is the first time a major religion took a public position on climate change, its causes, and what we can do about it. The Catholic religion is the largest religion with...
Powerwall, The New Household Word

Powerwall, The New Household Word

ZAP YOUR ENERGY BILL

One of our favorite brands is Tesla Motors. We like it because it has many ingredients of a great brand. The name is only two syllables making it easy to pronounce and remember. The name has historical significance and product relevance. The name Tesla was taken...

At the Customer Experience Level Your Sales and Consumer Care People Know More than Your Marketing and Production People

STAY INFORMED AND STAY RELEVENT

Your marketing people have done a fine job of creating a marketing plan, strategy, and package. They’ve considered the market, the competition and the delivery systems. They have honed the message, dialed in the positioning, and developed the compelling logo, catchphrase, and merchandising materials. But like...