Who to Brand. You? Your Biz? Your Product?

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Who to Brand. You? Your Biz? Your Product?

That happens quite often. Once the Business starts working, the owner decides to establish the brand. It’s a big responsibility; that means the stronger your business, the better experience you can deliver to your clients. And, here are three branding ways to choose.

The first way is to Transform You into a Brand.

Name your site with your name and promote your photos on every banner or poster you share. That works well for artists, dancers, Stylists, and Photographers or any other creative entrepreneur whose product depends on the creator’s personality.
There are pros and cons. If you are not comfortable with the publicity, it may be a bad idea. If you want to sell this business sooner or later, it might be difficult, but not impossible. A bright side – you don’t need to create much, the ready-made persona is already here. With some polishing and adjustments towards Leadership and Personal Branding – all is done.
Examples: Marina Abramovich, Picasso, Karl Lagerfeld

Second is to brand your company.

Creating a Brand for your business means to create a promise to your customers. The Product Quality, Presentation, Promotion Material all follow the particular rules to deliver a consistent and recognisable result. Once the buyer experiences the product, it also gets a set of information which goes with it and creates a connection between clients’ emotions and the brand.
There are pros and cons as well. It’s a tough job to create a very complex system which promotes your business even when you’re asleep. The brand has its value, it adds to the cost of the company if you want to sell it. You can delegate the work to other people as the enterprise isn’t associated with a particular person.
Examples: Disney, Lego, Samsung

The third way is to brand your Product

If your company has many products, you may like to brand products. Just like Unilever has Dove, Knorr, Lipton, Surf and many others. Their products, even compete sometimes, but it benefits the main company nevertheless. So if you have a broad range of goods, you may like to choose this method of branding.

After all, it’s all about the three “How”s. How are you going to present yourself, How you are going to attract clients, How you are going to make them buy your products or services?

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