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Design a strong #brand with Brandomix

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Because Wrong targeting Costs, Use our #online target oriented marketing to boost your brand
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#Branding design boost your image and strenghten your marketing efforts, a creative design will help your brand to get stronger in the market
Brandomix help to create innovative #brand
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How Good Design lead your business success?

If you are wondering how #design helps, well, let us first take into account that top-notch design increases the value of the product. Nothing can rival the power of visuals in terms of capturing attention: Premium package, for example, often sells a new OFFERING more easily. That is why many companies invest time in discovering versatile commercial printing services that can meet the specific business needs and industry requirements.

The exact form and layout of the visual solutions depend on your target audience, which suggests that you need to adjust your aim, not just blindly follow other examples. Now, there are some hard rules such as color psychology. It is never a good thing to overwhelm the visitor with a barrage of different tones and #graphic elements. Therefore, strive to pull together a branded environment which is easy to navigate and does not go hard on the eyes.

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5 Questions to ask your marketing to Create A Great Brand Identity

Creating a #brand identity starts with analyzing your #business, customers and your market. Here are 5 questions to get you started with creating your brand identity:

1. What is your brand position?
Your brand position helps explain your business’s unique value and how it benefits your customer. It should define exactly what your business does, who it's intended for, and why your business is different from competitors.

2. What is your brand promise?
Your brand promise is what your business is committed to delivering to your customers - every single time. When thinking of your brand promise, consider every person that comes into contact with your business and what's expected of you in every interaction.

3. What is your brand personality?
These are the traits that you want your business to be known for. Examples of this are: Dove - Purity, or Harley Davidson - Rebellious

4. What is your brand story?
This gives credibility to your brand by sharing the history and origin of your business. For example, “Our branding company has served companies in #Egypt for over 5 years”.

5.What are your brand associations?
Also known as “Visual Brand Identity” these are the actual visual devices used for your brand identity. Examples include your tagline, logo and business name.
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3 Popular Approaches To #Brand Change
When it comes to major #marketing moves there is a clear and enduring hierarchy of pain.

At the bottom of the hierarchy are the mundane, everyday tactical moves that cause barely a whimper of concern from even those strategically responsible: a change in distributor, a new spokesperson or the introduction of new segmentation.
In the middle come more challenging marketing executions like changing ad agencies, implementing a CRM system or launching a new product.
And then, at the very top, above all others, is the scariest prospect of them all – rebranding. It’s actually a catch-all concept for different approaches to brand change. Here are three.

1. In a pure #rebranding the company leadership decides to rename the brand and overhaul what it represents in the market .
2. In a repositioning the name stays the same but what the brand stands for is radically changed .
3. In a revitalization a formerly successful position is reintroduced for a new era.

Each of these individual strategies represents an enormous organizational challenge and a career-defining moment for those responsible.
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5 crucial steps to build your brand

Your brand is what people say it is. Not what you say about it
People recognize brands.
So, how did these names become so big? What’s the secret mantra behind their success? we had my fair share of encounters with business owners looking to boast off about their brand name. But, they forget the most important thing about brand building. And, that is - a brand is not what you say about it, but what people say it is!
You can give the people food for brain so that they get to know what your #brand is all about. But, you cannot compel them to buy it. That’s where #marketing efforts come in. so, how can you plan your marketing efforts to create a brand that sells.

1- Analyze your brand’s position
As they say,"If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles."
So, before you begin with your brand building, you ought to know analyze the market. You need to identify the target audience. Where does your brand stand? How much competition do you face? Get an answer to all these questions.
You need to know what you are up against in order to plan your #branding strategies. And, that’s why you must begin to build a brand by analyzing your position in the market.

2- Identify your unique selling points
Knowing what you are up against can help you to create a strategy. But, knowing what’s your strength can help you to implement that strategy. And, get results in your favor. If you are selling a product, identify its unique selling points and put in front of the people. Similarly if you are selling a service, let the customers know about its value propositions.
People love to buy stuff that solves their problems. That’s why you need to let them know that your product or service is here to help. Once you have identified your strong points, the next step is to market those points.

3- Create compelling content
The presentation and packaging is everything when you are trying to sell anything. Whether it is a service or a product, at the end of it the user must know its true worth in their life. The only way to do so is by creating content which is pleasing to their eye.
Presentation in marketing is not about the product, it about the audience and what they need. So, get your creative cap on. And, sit with the team to come up with some catchy content that can capture the eye of your end users. After all, if you like what you see you’d want to give it a try for sure!

4-Be patient
If you’ve done these three things right, then it is just a matter of time when you start seeing the results. But, that’s the most crucial part now. You have to wait. You have to show patience. Wait for some time to see whether the branding endeavors are paying off or not.
Campaigns can become instant hit, but if you want to sustain in the longer you need to be patient. Yes, things go viral but they remain on top of the charts for smaller run. If you want to thrive in the market, and sustain your brand you need to - first, continue to come up with innovative content. And, second be patient for the ideas to bring results.

5-Revise, review and rework
So, is that all? Create a #campaign and wait for it? No, it simply does not end here. You cannot just take one step and expect it to continue to bring the results forever. You need to iterate and innovate. And, come up with new ideas to represent your ideology, value proposition and your brand in front of the target audience.
Constant revision in plans. Changes in strategies. And, innovating your approach is a must if you want to thrive in the market, and not just survive. So you need to keep refreshing your stock of innovative ideas to make your brand’s presence felt.
These were some tried, and tested tips that have helped businesses over the years to create a strong brand presence. If you are struggling with the same, then you need to try these things out.
sure they will work for you!
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What Would Happen if Your Brand Didn't Utilize Social Media Marketing?

#Social_media, as a marketing tactic, may still be in its infancy, yet, it's difficult to imagine life without social platforms.
Social media #marketing can be great for creating an online brand presence and keeping in touch with your loyal customers. But how important is social media marketing really?
For the sake of this post, let's take a look at what life would look like for your brand if you didn't use social media marketing and what areas the medium impacts.

1. People would trust you less
If you're using social media correctly, it will become more than just another place for you to PROMOTE and sell your products. Your social channels will become the platforms you use to build relationships with your customers.
Customers like to interact with brands that have a personality, they like brands that spark and join interesting conversations, without a hidden agenda.
If you didn't use social media marketing, then people may well trust you less because they wouldn't be able to see the human side of your brand.
Additionally, a recent study discovered that 63% of respondents look up products and brands on social media before making PURCHASES. If you didn't use social media marketing, these people wouldn't be able to find out more about you, and therefore would be more likely to purchase from a brand that did utilize social platforms.

2. You'd be less popular
On social media, popularity is everything. For example, let's say you search for 'the health benefits of green tea' and you find an article that's been retweeted 400 times, and another that's been retweeted 4 times. You're more likely to read the most popular result - this is because popularity on social media also reflects authority. Every share, retweet, and like on social media is priceless, and if you didn't use social media marketing, you'd miss out on the 63% of people that share branded content with their followers.
Your popularity would further decrease if you didn't use social media because your customers wouldn't be able to contact you as easily. Studies have found that 58% of people engage with brands on social media, pointing to the notion that you should always be readily AVAILABLE to your followers.

3. You'd struggle to drive traffic
Social media sites have higher daily user statistics than your typical websites. A lot higher. This makes them a great source of referral traffic.
If you didn't use social media, and instead you simply relied on your blog and organic clicks, you'd notice a substantial decrease in traffic.
Social media provides access to a huge pool of potential customers - you can put your helpful content out like a rubber ring for social media users to clutch and use as a device to find your website.
In short, there's no other way to reach as many potential customers in one convenient place.

4. Your content wouldn't live up to its full potential
Did you know that branded content on social media influences up to 81% of consumers to BUY a company's product or service?
If you failed to utilize your content on social media, you could potentially miss out on millions of customers.
However, simply posting content to social media isn't enough, you need to be tactful with it. You need to know what kind of content performs well on each platform - for example, visual content excels on Facebook.
In addition to this, you also need to know when to post. For more information on that, take a look at this QuickSprout infographic.

5. You wouldn't be able to leverage influencers
On social media, influencers run the show. Influencers are brands or individuals that have a huge following of dedicated fans on social. Leveraging influencers enables brands to build audiences much faster than they could alone.
If you didn't use social media marketing, you'd miss out on the main benefits that building relationships with influencers can bring.
Final Thoughts
If you didn't use social media marketing, it's pretty clear that your brand would be missing out on some significant opportunities.
Love it or hate it: social media marketing works, and it's here to stay.
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Important details that small business must consider for marketing success in 2017

To make everything come together in 2017, you’ll need to have a few basic things in place for your #marketing. Here they are:
Make sure you are able to track website form submissions and phone inquiries back to their marketing sources. You need to know whether your online visibility, email, etc., generated the lead in order to evaluate how well your various campaigns are working. Many companies fail to track phone calls.

Make sure you separate true sales leads from non-leads; we call this process lead validation. Example: Many form submissions (about half, actually) are spam, customer service inquiries, etc., rather than genuine sales leads; if you lump them all together, you’ll have the illusion your campaigns are working better than they are.
Make sure you track #marketing leads through the entire #sales process. This is especially important for companies with a long sell cycle; for them, a lead generated in January could turn into a new customer in October, and must be credited to the marketing campaign for an accurate evaluation.

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