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The Most Effective Brand Building Strategies

The Most Effective Brand Building Strategies

Branding is a word that you hear a whole lot about these days when it comes to marketing. Branding your business or organization means developing a business name, reputation and an easily recognizable symbol or logo that sets your company apart from your competitors. Developing a recognizable brand will make your marketing efforts much more beneficial and much easier.

Focused Consistency

The first strategy to employ is to remain focused and consistent on your brand. Begin by reflecting on your goals and reputation. Determine what people think of when they hear the name of your business and what you would like them to think of when they see your brand. Set clearly defined goals and determine how to proceed accordingly.

Write down your goals and determine how to go about reaching your goals by listing step by step instructions. It may also help to write “what if” statements, along with the appropriate steps to correct these situations. These goals will come in handy when you are making an important decision. Ask yourself which step is appropriate according to the image you would like to give your company and brand.


Unless your company is a corporate brand with an established reputation, your company probably could benefit from brand reputation development. Many business owners think that they need a variety of marketing resources to effectively establish a brand in the marketplace, however, that is not true. The best way to successfully brand your business is to allow your personality to shine through in your marketing.

Your customers want a company that they can identify with. A personal touch can mean the difference between a successful marketing plan and an unsuccessful one. Get your team members involved by encouraging them to share information about your brand on their social media sites. By sharing your goals and strategies with your employees and asking them for help, you can increase the impact of your marketing efforts.

Keep It Professional

Although you should give your marketing a personal touch, you want to remain professional. This means you should never be casual about how you interact with your customers. Use your experience and insight to provide quality information to your customers.

Additionally, when you are communicating one-on-one with your customers, remain respectful and courteous. Nothing hurts your brand more than acting unprofessional, contemptuous or dismissive towards your customers.

Be Responsive

Social media allows you to easily and quickly interact with your customers. Whenever an issue, a comment, an inquiry or complaint occurs, respond as quickly as possible. Addressing the issue by writing a careful response can go viral and expand your marketing efforts. This type of viral activity can expand your audience exponentially.

Be sure as your brand continues to grow that you review your activities and that you have a way to measure the success of your efforts. Always be on the lookout for opportunities, while remaining true to your goals and vision. Your efforts will have to be monitored and changed accordingly. There will always be new challenges and opportunities to increase your brand’s reputation.

Building a strong brand takes planning and interaction with your customers. These are some of the best strategies that will help you develop brand recognition and loyalty. Remain focused and consistent on reaching your goals by defining your goals and then, make a plan for reaching your goals, be personal in all of your marketing efforts, always act professionally when dealing with your customers and finally, always be responsive to any questions, concerns or problems. Soon, you will begin reaping the rewards from your efforts.

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by Alexander Kitingan // Alexander Kitingan is a successful marketer and two-time Amazon Kindle bestselling co-author. Learn more about Alexander and his powerful and effective marketing techniques at

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