Business Design

Brand Attributes

Brand Appeal

 

Brand and Brand Management

Be remarkable, rememberable and admired Case Studies

Vadim Kotelnikov

Vadim Kotelnikov, founder of 1000ventures - personal logo

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Why Branding Is So Important

External: Branding seeks to distinguish your company, product or service from the competition and create a lasting impression in your prospect's mind.

Internal: Powerful brands increase employee satisfaction, loyalty, and achievement drive.

 

 

 

 

Brand Defined

Brand is a synergistic combination of its attributes (name, logo, slogan, value mantra, design, etc.) and the reputation that differentiates a firm or a person from others, or a product/service for those of competition.

 

 

 

Vadim Kotelnikov

Coaching by Example

Brand Attributes of Innompic Games

My Personal Brand

Vadim Kotelnikov

Vadim Kotelnikov, founder of 1000ventures - personal logo    Business e-Coach    Innompic Games icon

 

BRAND APPEAL - from relentless value innovation to strategic benefits  

In today's overcrowded and overcomunicated marketplace, being just excellent is not enough. You must also be remarkable and rememberable.

 

 

 

 

 

The Real Power of a Brand

Marketing is not a battle of products, it's a battle of perceptions. The real power of a brand lies in what resides in the minds of customers what they learned, felt, seen, and heard about the brand as a result of their experiences over time.

 

Advantages of Strong Brands

Positioning

KoRe Tips

Position Your Brand

 

 

 

 

 

Brand Attributes

Brand Attributes represent the essence of the brand and portray a company's brand characteristics.

 

Brand Attributes

Logo

Value Mantra

 

 

 

Branding

Differentiation distinguishing your brand from all others is the Step 1 in building your brand. Differentiation is about the life and death of your brand. It is how your brand is born and how it may die if differentiation declines.

If you wish to build a great brand, you must deliver on your promise every time, everywhere, in everything you do...

 

Brand Attributes

Logo

Value Mantra

 

 

 

Growing Role of Brand Ambassadors

The role of word-of-mouth (WoM) marketing and brand ambassadors grew exponentially due to exponential growth of social media.

 

Innompic Games

Goodwill Ambassadors

 

 

 

 

 

Sample Job Description

 

Brand Manager

This position leads key strategic initiatives for the brand, contributing to overall results delivery for the business, brand positioning and innovation and marketing plans that result in sales, profit, share and equity gain... More

 

 

 

 

Your Brand Message Should Be

Your Brand Message should portray what you Unique Selling Proposition (USP) is all about. It should be:

  1. Clear

  2. Simple

  3. Well- differentiated

  4. Easy to remember

What Your Brand Is

❶ Your brand is a totality of the thoughts, feelings, associations, and expectations a prospect or customer experiences when exposed to your company's name, its trademark, or its products.

❷ Your brand is your company's reputation and, therefore, your promise of value.

❸ Your brand is differentiated from competitors and delivers unique relevant benefits to your target customers. The greater your brand is, the more benefits it delivers to your customers than your competitors.

Advantages of Strong Brands

3 Classic Brand Lessons

learned from Jack Trout and Al Ries

"People want to express themselves through brands brands express a person's personality and the people they like to be with."

 

IDEO's Innovation Practice Tips

  • Think "verbs", not "nouns" in your product and service offerings so that you create wonderful experiences for everyone who comes into contact with your company or brand... More

   

Differentiation Strategy

Brand Attributes  >>  Brand Appeal

Advantages of Strong Brands    How To Measure Brand Equity

Name >> Protect    Logo Design: Kore 10 Tips

Great Slogan: WOW Principle and 7 Features

Strategic Brand Management    Brand Equity

Differentiating Ideas    4 Steps of Your Differentiation Strategy

Positioning  >>  7 Tips  >>  10 Commandments

Knowing Customers

What Makes People Buy

Marketing Strategy

Synergistic Marketing

Marketing To the Subconscious

Buzz Marketing  >>  Success Stories

The 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing

Sell Benefits

Advertising    Public Relations Marketing

Examples

Brand Management

Logo of Innompic Games

e-Coach: 10 Success Lessons    A Drop larger than the Ocean

CimJoy  >>  CimJoy Guiding Principles

VK Personal Brand    Kore 10 Branding Story

Cimcoin-CimJoy Founders: Synergistic Auras

Customer Value Creation

Differentiation  >>  Innompic Games

Emotional Marketing  >>  Steve Jobs: Emotional Benefits

Rich Dad    Estee Lauder    Unisys Repositioning the Company

Advices for Seth Godin

   

 

References:

1. Strategic Brand Management, Kevin Lane Keller

2. Right Side Up, Alan Mitchel

3. The 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing, Al Ries, Jack Trout & Paul Temporal

Brand Equity

Brand equity  represents the marketing effects uniquely attributable to the brand and the added value endowed to a product or service as a result of past investments in the marketing activity for a brand... More

 

Strategic Brand Management

When you have a brand that works for people, you should work the brand.

"Strategic brand management involves the design and implementation of marketing programs and activities to build, measure, and manage brand equity."1 These concepts and techniques are to improve the long-term profitability of your brand strategies... More

Quality Is a Must

Quality is now expected by consumers and is ceasing to be a point of differentiation. When developing your differentiation strategy, keep in mind that quality is no longer is a differentiator in the world of marketing; it is a prerequisite. You cannot build a powerful brand without it... More

Positioning

Positioning a company is a difficult task. While advertising is a creative task, company positioning must be developed from careful research about your brand. You must find out:

  • how the marketplace sees your company

  • how your customers see your company and what they value

  • what you know about your own company and the customer value it creates.

Positioning should be a foundation for action to design, manage and defend your brand. It should inform everything you do: what customer value you create, what you value, what's your sustainable competitive advantage, how you conduct your business, how you communicate and interact with customers... More 

Color Psychology in Marketing and Branding

Colors are strong subconscious emotional differentiators. According to the University of Loyola, Maryland, color increases brand recognition by a whopping 80%... More

Case Studies Logo of Ten3 Business e-Coach

The logo of Ten3 Business e-Coach, a core component of  the Ten3 branding and differentiation strategy, was designed to meet the following criteria... More

Logo of Ten3 Business e-Coach by Vadim Kotelnikov

Great Logo of Innompic Games - how design a great logo

Case Studies Logo of Innompic Games: Symbolic Meanings
i >> innovation, innompics, human being
breaks through G  >>  challenges; overcoming; breakthroughs; innovators emerge much stronger after the Games...
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Case Studies Amazon

Amazon: 10 Success Lessons

Amazon.com has steadily increased its spending on advertising and promotion to make its brand stronger and build brand equity. "A brand for a company is like a reputation for a person. You earn reputation by trying to do hard things well," says Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon... More

Case Studies Procter & Gamble

At Procter & Gamble, branding is almost everything. In the age of the Web, P& G turned the Internet into a device for listening to customers and for experimenting with its brands... More

Case Studies Asian Home Gourmet

To stand out from the crowd and survive in Asia, let alone globally, the brand has to somehow convince the consumer that it is different and better. The brand strengths include personality; a combination of features and attributes; rational, emotional, and aspirational positioning strategies; excellent use of animation in demonstrating brand values... More

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Hashtag As a New Branding Tool

In today's Internet-powered and social media dominated World, hashtags emerged a new powerful branding tool. On social media web sites and applications, hashtag is a word or phrase preceded by a hash '#' and used to identify messages relating to a specific topic.

The hashtag has gained prominence and wide acceptance since it was organically created by Twitter users as a way to organize messages into meaningful groups.

Today, organizations and businesses use hashtags in more creative ways.

For instance, Innompic Games iconInnompic Games uses the hashtag #LovingCreators to attract more people globally to the world-changing Innompic Games that have the vision of turning Earth to the Planet of Loving Creators.  This strategy worked perfectly from the very first global  Innompic event. International participants of the 1st Innompic Games 2017 held in India were happy to contribute towards development of the Planet of Loving Creators.