Make Your Brand Identity Stand Out: Guest Post by Analisse Weathers

Make Your Brand Identity Stand Out: Guest Post by Analisse Weathers

Make Your Brand Identity Stand Out: Guest Post by Analisse Weathers

Screen-Shot-2019-02-13-at-4.00.59-PM-214x300 Make Your Brand Identity Stand Out: Guest Post by Analisse WeathersThis week’s post is a guest submission on brand identity by Konverser Analisse Weathers, a content writer from the Philippines.

When you think about creating your business, are you looking forward to an expansion of branches or making your business stand out among the high-end competitors in the market? What are your measurable and attainable steps to achieving your desired vision with the company you are about to build?

Blog87_BrandIdentity_StaffMeeting-300x200 Make Your Brand Identity Stand Out: Guest Post by Analisse WeathersMaking your brand identity is both a business’s responsibility and honor. Once you have communicated with your audience and the world, you have differentiated yourself already from your competitors. Your primary purpose with brand identity is to create a brand experience that could make people, especially your potential customers, want to continue engaging with you.

If you want to be successful with making your brand identity to stand out, you need to accurately convey the essence of your product or service through a marketing strategy, which requires logical and creative thinking. Discussed below are ways to make your business stand out among the rest.

Blog87_BrandIdentity_Storefronts-221x300 Make Your Brand Identity Stand Out: Guest Post by Analisse Weathers1. Make an eye-worthy attraction for your business.

It is already proven that making signage helps companies appear more professional and reliable in the eyes of customers. This in turn helps companies increase their sales. Even up to this point in their expansion, McDonald’s has given utmost attention to their signage effective signage has proven useful in bringing in more sales. Some companies hire expert designers to create their signage. Other companies use custom aluminum signs in front of their establishment or inside their site as part of the interior design. Wherever it may be placed, the purpose of attracting and making good impression on customers is served. Signage can be expensive, but the cost is worth it in the long term.

Blog87_BrandIdentity_BusinessCards-300x300 Make Your Brand Identity Stand Out: Guest Post by Analisse Weathers2. Create your business’s marketing materials and “starter pack.”

There are many components of a business’s identity. This includes logos, font, colors, symbols, and slogans. Note that these will be used in everything that the business transacts, so decide wisely. Marketing materials include business cards, email signatures, letterheads, brochures, flyers, folders, exhibition stands, and of course, a website. These should all be included in your business’s “starter pack.”

Blog87_BrandIdentity_Shopping-300x218 Make Your Brand Identity Stand Out: Guest Post by Analisse Weathers3. Strategize the marketing of your brand.

When thinking about marketing strategy, you first want to create a persona of a potential customer. Consider the demographics, buying behaviors, and motivations of these people. You’ll also need to get a snapshot of your competitors and their products or services. Your goal in this phase is not to merely compete but to empathize with your customers. You need to understand how they feel psychologically and socially. Talking to potential customers and understanding their needs is always a good place to start.

Once you have started doing your business, there is no turning back. You need to think about making your business progress and develop along the way. Therefore, you need to build a strong brand identity stand out. It may seem hard in the beginning, but it is a necessary step towards building a successful business.

Screen-Shot-2019-02-13-at-4.16.43-PM-300x105 Make Your Brand Identity Stand Out: Guest Post by Analisse WeathersWant to learn more about business and branding? Or perhaps you want to share what you’ve learned along your entrepreneurial journey with others. You can do either on Konversai—the world’s first one-stop shop for any and all personal human knowledge. Konversai’s online platform connects knowledge providers with knowledge seekers on any and all topics of interest through one-on-one live video conversations. Sessions take place at times that are mutually convenient for both parties involved. All users are encouraged to be both knowledge providers and knowledge seekers on any and as many topics as they wish, no matter how seemingly ordinary or obscure—be it business, technology, a foreign language, cooking, an academic subject, travel, a musical instrument, a sport, or something else entirely. Knowledge providers can charge as much as they want for their sessions. Meanwhile, knowledge seekers can enjoy a personalized conversation with an actual human being tailored to exactly what they’re looking to learn on a particular topic. Any and all knowledge, skills, and experiences have value on Konversai. Get in on the fun by joining Konversai today!

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Edited by Pavita Singh

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