Brand marketing attempts to create, sustain, or improve the strength of a brand. Brand marketing campaigns infuse marketing messages with the “brand voice” (i.e. tone and values). A strong brand builds rapport with buyers — beyond their preference for an individual product or service.
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What is brand equity?
Brand equity is a way to describe the strength of a brand. A strong brand has lots of brand equity; a new brand has none. A brand marketing campaign may set out to increase or recover brand equity.
What’s the role of brand in marketing?
Brand is often an important differentiator — buyers choose to buy from you because they recognize and like your brand. For strong brands, that decision may override practical considerations about features or cost.
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If you compete only on price, you’re a commodity. If you compete solely on features, you may pour money into product development without building any loyalty among your customers.
Blog posts on brand marketing
From copy to design to full-on marketing campaigns, learn how to infuse your marketing with words, design, and other elements that help your brand stand out.
Brand marketing courses
Compared to other marketing strategies, brand marketing is esoteric. How do you communicate a “brand voice”? How do you monitor copy for a consistent tone?
Our courses on brand are a deep dive into practical ways to implement brand marketing strategies.
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