Number four in a series concerning the sequence of activities in branding a new business or product. Brand Smart from the Start.
Entries from January 2007
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Sixth in a series of naming tips for products and companies.
January 25th, 2007 · 2 Comments
Logos must accommodate multiple applications and still be legible and relevant.
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Fourth in a series of basic branding steps for entrepreneurs who want to “Brand Smart from the Start”. This post speaks of differentiating you from competitors.
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Here are three more naming tips Iâ€™ve used in the fascinating business of naming companies and then naming their products: Tip 1: Add an appropriate but unexpected suffix to a descriptive root word: Ideatrics, Visioneering, Profitology, Travelocity are examples. But for this technique, known as â€œtackingâ€ in some circles, to be effective, the first word […]
January 16th, 2007 · No Comments
Positioning is the third step in developing a brand. It relies on research to identify attributes important to the market, and how competition is delivering on those attributes.
January 15th, 2007 · 3 Comments
There are several situations that require a brand manager to review and reevaluate the brand. Quite often this is an activity dictated by an unexpected event or circumstance which intuitively calls for the review. These often occur because of competitive activity, particularly when inytroducing a technologically superior product. The event may also be something as […]
January 12th, 2007 · No Comments
Here are two more approaches to generating unique names. The first is a method of creating coined names by combining word parts called truncating. Take parts of two words, preferably from words that describe the subject being named, and combine them into one. Webolution, Byerlympics, Champale are examples. Â Second tip: Spell descriptive words phonically […]