HOW YOUR BUSINESS AND PRODUCT’S BRAND BECOMES YOUR BABY.

 

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At the beginning of every company’s or products inception there is an offering.  This is the nucleus of what you sell and the driving force behind its survival. The quality of this is ultimately what you stand for as a brand and your development of that becomes your baby.

Each facet of your baby’s brand development is and should be a major concern in which you’ll want to take great care in its growth, strength and most importantly appeal. The appeal has to be undeniable to not only survive but to be truly successful.

So what are your baby’s brand first steps? Getting it to stand for something in order to grow. This is about how others recognize what your brand is made of and worth. This is a major step because it requires integrity and for someone to believe you have that is critical for your baby to be able to walk on its own without struggling.  Integrity comes from being able to deliver on your promise without question. It is here that you need to nourish your brand to represent something that people don’t just need but want.

The nourishment will give your brand strength to walk and eventually run. Strength comes from recognizing and understanding your value to customers. This becomes real when you demonstrate what your brand’s product can do for them and it is evident that you can grow.  Muscles are developed for growth by exercising this repeatedly so that the marketplace notices it and you start to create a solid foundation to become appealing. And you want this to be undeniable.

To have undeniable appeal really supports your brand’s recognition as something that defines a special identity. Here is where your baby takes on a life of its own because its brand integrity is not questioned but redefined by customers who love it. Every step it takes, every move it makes, is welcomed and supported because it matters to people.

For those responsible for current or potential brands of businesses and products who recognize the importance of their baby’s brand success in the marketplace, remember it’s one thing to be cute and another to be undeniable.

Author
Steve Climons is Chief Brand Developer of Crossover Creative, a results-driven, award-winning marketing and advertising consultancy, and can be reached at sclimons@crossovercreative.com

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