Develop your ideal customer profile with Branding Compass When you are developing your brand, it’s important to think about who your ideal customers are. If you have an established business, think about your favorite customers or clients. Who do you love to work with, who loves your product, what types of customers are most profitable… Continue reading »
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Branding Compass will help you write your Unique Value Proposition As you work through your Branding Compass workbook, you will be asked to write one succinct benefits statement. It’s important to understand that this is not a complete sentence but a phrase that will go into a longer statement. We will use it to create… Continue reading »
What to expect with Branding Compass Here’s how Branding Compass works: You’ll start with our online workbook. Branding Compass asks you the same sorts of questions that a brand consultant would ask you. We’ve made it as easy as possible for you—you’ll use pick lists, drag-and-drop rankings and short answers to quickly identify what makes… Continue reading »
The more you can define your ideal customer, the easier it is to attract your ideal customer. Why narrow your ideal customer base? It feels counter-intuitive, but the more you focused you are, the greater your chance of business success. It can feel scary to limit our pool of prospects, but the problem is that… Continue reading »
One of the reasons that learning about branding is so confusing is because people use the words “brand” and “branding” to mean so many different things. Below I’ve listed 13 different definitions of either brand or branding and I think they are all valid definitions. I sincerely believe the best way to learn about anything… Continue reading »
Branding and marketing are related but distinct processes. Let’s start with two definitions. Branding vs. Marketing Marketing is about creating a demand for your product or service. Marketing builds people’s interest in buying and encourages people to take action and buy. Branding is the image of your company. Some of your brand is created by… Continue reading »
Pricing your products and services can be one of the most challenging aspects of running a business. Price too low and you may leave money on the table, or eventually put yourself out of business. Price too high and you fear that you will lose customers. Most business owners think of pricing as it relates… Continue reading »
When you launch a business, it’s a good idea to study who your competitors will be. You’ll want to make sure you differentiate yourself in the type of products or services you sell, the way you sell them, and how you brand your business. If there is no clear difference, customers will generally choose the… Continue reading »
Developing your startup branding strategy is something that will happen whether you work on it intentionally, or you just let it happen. It is far better to create a brand strategically and proactively rather than proceeding without a plan. Choose your startup name carefully Nothing is more critical to your startup brand than your name.… Continue reading »
If you’re a new business, it’s hard to imagine yourself as the market leader. This is especially true of people starting businesses in well-known, traditional fields such as restaurants, accountants, fitness coaches, and the list goes on. While some startups are launching completely new products or services, most people are starting new businesses in well-understood, mature sectors.… Continue reading »
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