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Envision’s Guide to Branding

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Creating a Brand That Makes Your Business Known and Preferred

If you can’t break through the noise, you aren’t going to be seen!

Your business shouldn’t be just a product or service. You should have an experience in mind when it comes to what you want to provide your customers. That’s why you create a brand. You should aim to create that intangible feeling customers have when they interact with your brand.

A brand is the set of features that distinguishes your company from the next, along with the overall experience a customer has when interacting with your business. It is typically comprised of a name, logo, tagline, brand voice, color palette and more. Having an experience your customer enjoys when interacting with your brand is what helps set you apart from the rest, but a brand isn’t created just by having a good product. You need to create it and manage it.

So what does the branding process consist of?

Branding involves researching, developing, and applying distinctive features to your organization so consumers begin to associate your brand with your product or service. It requires understanding your consumer inside and out and finding out what resonates with them. Your business won’t make it far without an identity or experience that encourages consumers to come back.

Whether we realize it or not, we interact with thousands of brands on a weekly basis. Therefore, if you can’t break through the noise, you aren’t going to be seen.

There are plenty of factors that come into play when a consumer is making purchase decisions, but your brand can be the deciding factor. Maybe your product or service is the same quality of another companies or maybe theirs is even a little better. If the consumer has a better experience with your company, that may be what keeps them coming back.

Creating a brand doesn’t happen overnight and there are many considerations that go into creating a strong brand. While each company is different, there are some general guidelines to follow when creating your brand or rebranding your current one.

  1. Determine your target audience
  2. Establish your mission statement
  3. Define your values, features, and benefits
  4. Create your visual assets
  5. Find your brand voice
  6. Put your branding to work

Despite what stage your business is at, it’s important to keep tabs on how consumers are changing so you can continue to connect with them. Some key branding tips for creating a relationship with your consumers are to treat your brand like a person, stay consistent so people can become familiar with your brand, have a brand strategy, and many more.

Whether you’re at the beginning stages of your business looking to create a brand or you’re looking for some assistance rebranding, our marketing experts will help you create an experience your consumers are looking for. We’ll assist you with further understanding your audience and focusing on the bigger picture that you want to provide.

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