People who work in marketing do not, fundamentally, have the most beloved of professions. From Bill Hicks’ legendary “If anyone here is in advertising or marketing, kill yourselves” routine to your parents who have tell their neighbours that you’re in jail to avoid having to say what you actually do for a living, this is … Read More.
With your Brand’s history complete for the brand book, it’s time to start distilling the keywords for your brand. If you haven’t done this exercise yet, a Word Cloud is an excellent way to tease them out.
Identify Keywords for the Brand Book
Copy the text you wrote for the brand book on the history of your … Read More.
As I mentioned in the last post, we’re going to be building our sample Brand Book on the Rubber Duckie Brand. The reasons for choosing this brand over any other are varied, but include being a “duck,” not having vigilant brand guardians searching the web for every unauthorized mention, and being both iconic and well-known. … Read More.
In any business there are the expected branding opportunities, television commercials, radio, signs in the store, and even employee shirts. But there are a number of unexpected branding opportunities that give you an opportunity to make your brand stand out.
The first thing to consider is what your brand manifesto requires. Is it fun, innovative, brash, friendly, … Read More.