Turning Passive Audiences into Brand Evangelists
JANUARY 10, 2017
The good news is your brand evangelists cost much less than your latest ad campaign. The post Turning Passive Audiences into Brand Evangelists appeared first on Spin Sucks. Related Stories Find Brand Clarity With Four Identity Fixes Who is Best to Execute Millennial Marketing? The Answer is Obvious. Three Myths and Facts About Using Data in B2B Marketing.
The Minimalist Approach to Brand Storytelling
JULY 6, 2015
Brand storytelling. While it continues to be a hot marketing buzzword of the moment, when we look around at examples we find only a select group of brands really do it effectively. Don’t get me wrong, a ton of brands tell fantastic stories about themselves. So the ultimate question then becomes: Is your brand story inclusive or exclusive to your consumer?
What’s YOUR Personal Brand? How (and Why) You Should Create One
OCTOBER 6, 2016
We’re the experts on developing brands for clients, but we often forget to do it for ourselves. Here is Dana Kaye on the importance of a personal brand. She issues a challenge to create your tagline and brand summary right this second. The post What’s YOUR Personal Brand? Related Stories A New Brand: Seven Things to Consider Now Boost Sponsorship Revenue with these Five Strategies How Experiential Marketing Can Take Your Brand to the Next Level. Can you do it. How (and Why) You Should Create One appeared first on Spin Sucks.
Five Crucial Tips for Building Your Personal Brand
JUNE 1, 2016
Building a personal brand in this day and age is vital, whether you are happily employed or looking for your next challenge. Patrick Cole shares five basic things you need to take into account when building your personal brand. The post Five Crucial Tips for Building Your Personal Brand appeared first on Spin Sucks.
A New Brand: Seven Things to Consider Now
JULY 11, 2016
Want a successful brand? Particularly with new brands, you must make many decisions now that determine growth, categorization, messaging, and more. The post A New Brand: Seven Things to Consider Now appeared first on Spin Sucks. Patrick Cole has more.
Vine for Brand Marketing
MARCH 1, 2013
Since Twitter launched Vine , brands have been creative, in adapting the six seconds restriction, of communicating their brand. In this post we look at different ways your brand can benefit from Vine, by incorporating its unique qualities to create visual marketing-content. And visuals are great for brands to interact with consumers. But how does Vine work?
How an Effective PR Strategy Can Boost Your Brand Visibility
JANUARY 9, 2017
Delivering a mix of paid, earned and shared, and owned media (PESO) is the best way to put your brand on your customers' map. The post How an Effective PR Strategy Can Boost Your Brand Visibility appeared first on Spin Sucks. Your PR strategy needs to deliver trust and credibility to your customers. Nikhil Saini has more.
Socializing Your Brand [Infographic]
NOVEMBER 22, 2011
Tweet With changing consumer demands and touch points, there is an increasing need to make your brand social, which most of organisations have now understood. The second step, is to know what makes your brand social? Executives believed that a larger part of brand’s image and reputation is dependent on whether it is present on social media and it is active or not. infographic].
The True Value of Storytelling: Nail your Brand Narrative
NOVEMBER 30, 2016
Yet for some reason, brands continue to drone on about facts, instead of taking the same, tried-and-tested approach for emotional communication. In a world that’s saturated with marketing, it’s more important than ever for brands to make a lasting impression with their customers. Guinness is a brand who knows the power of emotional storytelling. Probably not.
Brand Consistency Engages Employees and Creates Loyalty
JANUARY 6, 2015
If you believe that the only employees responsible for maintaining brand consistency are your marketers and PR experts, you’re highly mistaken. The truth is that every instance of a company’s communication with external subjects—from clients and employees to partners and investors—should emulate the brand’s primary values. Establish a Brand Consistency Team.
7 Top Personal Branding Goals To Develop Your Social Brand Strategy
NOVEMBER 29, 2016
They aren’t thinking “should I do business with this person or brand.” ” Would you like to increase brand awareness, generate more leads? They fear they must share what they ate for breakfast, lunch and dinner to build their personal brand. This Have you thought about your personal branding strategy? How to define your own personal branding goals.
Twitter Touts Branded Emojis
SEPTEMBER 12, 2016
Twitter introduced branded emojis last year , and the social network provided an update on their performance Monday. Twitter said in a Twitter Marketing post that ads receive nearly 10 percent more attention when branded emojis are included, adding that when branded emojis are combined with promoted videos , emotional connection with and interest in the ads increase by six times.
Your Logo is NOT Your Brand – Marketing Brand Strategy in a Nutshell
JANUARY 26, 2016
When many business leaders think of the term “brand” they think of pretty colors, expensive logos, fancy graphics, Facebook cover photos and traditional tv or radio advertisements. Smart marketers know branding is much more than a logo. In reality, the logo is the easy part and only one small yet very important component of your brand. Every brand touch counts.
54% of Top 100 Brands Use Instagram
The Realtime Report
NOVEMBER 5, 2012
Instagram adoption growth is outpacing that of other social networks among the world’s top 100 brands, according to a new report by Simply Measured. While Facebook and Twitter are already near 100% adoption, the use of smaller social networks is growing rapidly among these top brands, with Pinterest seeing a 24% increase in adoption and Instagram 35%.
Four Steps to Create Your Personal Brand
JUNE 20, 2012
The discussion around personal branding seems to be one that happens a lot. Now we have to worry about our personal brands, just in case we decide to get a new job or start a business or, heck, change careers. But why do you need to have a personal brand? Your Personal Brand. Is it to grow a business? Get a book deal? Get paid to speak? Get your first job out of school?
Extending Employer Branding Beyond the Workforce
FEBRUARY 1, 2016
The most successful cases of employer branding don’t just attract the brightest and best candidates, they use the opportunity to reinforce the core identity of the brand in a way that makes it more attractive to consumers. Here Stephen Pritchard takes a look at three cost-effective ways businesses can extend employer branding beyond the workforce.
Beyond SEO: The Power of Brand Building
JANUARY 13, 2015
You’ll know you’ve truly succeeded as a content marketer when people recognize your brand as synonymous with your products or services instead of searching for what it is you sell and falling on your website in the first page of Google results. But once you’ve hit that goal, turn your attention to brand building. Keep in mind, brand building takes time.
The Importance of Localized Branded Content on Social Media
DECEMBER 12, 2014
The best performing and most valuable content provides relevance for the user as well as the brand with a great respect for the context. What And do you take local context into consideration when creating Social Media content for your global brand? This automatically ends up being customer engagement for brands, when users tag a certain geographic place, shop or restaurant.
The Five Parts to Brand Storytelling Nearly Everyone Misses
OCTOBER 27, 2014
He told me he was moderating a brand storytelling panel, which he thinks is the most over-blown buzzword today. Five Parts to Brand Storytelling I’m always amused that we all complain about how bad some of the messaging is from organizations, yet many of us get behind our computer screens and pump out crap no one wants to read. ” Which made me laugh out loud.
5 Components to Online Branding
Small Business Mavericks
JANUARY 4, 2016
While traditional branding and online branding are similar and have much in common, there are some stark differences. The idea is to get people to recognize your brand and to create a top-of-mind awareness. Keeping that in mind, here are five essential components to branding any business through online marketing: Your website – It doesn’t make sense to think about branding or marketing today without mentioning your website. It’s important to have one, but simply having a website doesn’t make you a branding juggernaut.
Three Approaches to Effective Brand Storytelling
FEBRUARY 24, 2015
Because understanding how it works is crucial to effective brand storytelling. And this tendency is what fuels effective brand storytelling and content marketing. Brand Storytelling is Framing One of the most important parts of effective communication is understanding the concept of frames. Here again, relate this back to message development and brand outreach.
Brands Rocking Instagram
SEPTEMBER 6, 2013
But how can brands benefit from this visual and colorful social medium? We have been taking a dive into how brands use Instagram and here by give you a small collection of really successful brands and campaigns on Instagram – from big, global brands to small, local ones. The brand is mainly uploading pictures of extreme sports with their logo or name. Redbull.
A Look at How Three Brands Are Driving Social Engagement
SEPTEMBER 19, 2016
The post A Look at How Three Brands Are Driving Social Engagement appeared first on Spin Sucks. Did you know Facebook is capturing over 90 percent of all social media shares? It's time to dust off your social media strategy and see how you can increase social engagement. Here is what Fractl and Buzzsumo research found.
Weekly Roundup: Personal Branding
JUNE 20, 2014
This week’s roundup features seven posts from around the web that focus on personal branding. Why Personal Branding? Why: People who build their personal brand build stronger networks and are presented with a greater number of business opportunities. Social & Digital Body Language – 105 Factors Impacting Business & Personal Brands. Good morning! Enjoy! 1.
What College Football Teaches Us About Brand Development
OCTOBER 5, 2015
In 1997, when Phil Knight challenged a Nike design team to tackle brand development for the University of Oregon, little did he know he had also unofficially launched a new and very profitable division of Nike. Now 18 years and countless rebrands later, college football and athletic departments across the country are turning to Nike to lead their brand development.
Social Media And Branding [Infographic]
DECEMBER 19, 2011
Tweet Social media is the now a hot spot for all brands, though it presents an amazing opportunity to create a presence and connect with customers, but on the hind side, it is quite easy to get the whole thing wrong. Infographic Social Media brands on social media consumer behaviour content management influencers for brands social media personalities user behaviour
How Experiential Marketing Can Take Your Brand to the Next Level
AUGUST 3, 2016
Experiential marketing creates brand experiences for your target audience. It immerses people in a physical experience, which can elevate your brand to another level. Let's look at brands that practice experiential marketing. The post How Experiential Marketing Can Take Your Brand to the Next Level appeared first on Spin Sucks.
Your Employees May Be Your Best Untapped Brand Advocates
JUNE 6, 2016
Hinge Research Institute and Social Media Today recently surveyed companies with employee advocacy programs, and the results speak for themselves: 1% saw increased brand visibility. 65% saw improved brand recognition. 7% had better brand loyalty. You can do this by defining your organization’s brand for employees as often as possible. Guest post by Liz Greene.
How Brands Use Vine
MAY 16, 2013
Some huge brands are already using the new service, but what can you actually do with it? Visual content is more and more in focus as a way to express who you are and to create engagement – both for individuals as well as for brands. Similar Posts: Vine for Brand Marketing. The video app Vine is moving into a golden age. It makes it shareable and accessible.
Which Brand Storytelling Persona are You?
JULY 5, 2016
The type of relationship you have with your consumer should determine the nature of your content and brand storytelling strategy. The post Which Brand Storytelling Persona are You? Comments Comments Related Stories Four Elements of Successful Brand Storytelling Determine the Right Metrics for Your Content Marketing Content Creation Through Excavation.
25 Excellent Content Marketing Tools for Your Brand
MARCH 23, 2014
It’s possible to spend countless hours producing something to help your brand reach the next level, only to discover that it does little in the way of improving engagement, traffic, or sales. It illustrates which brands use the 25 tools they reviewed, what’s great about each one, and who theywork best for. Good for any brand or business with a blog, List.ly
9 Steps to Creating Good Content for Your Brand
OCTOBER 26, 2013
Writing good content is crucial to delivering value and creating thought leadership for your brand. . It’s vital to create and share valuable free content in order to attract customers and turn them into repeat buyers and brand evangelists. Follow these 9 easy steps to create engaging content for your brand: 1. Creating good content marketing material can be daunting.
Your Brand Screwed-Up On Social Media, Now What?
OCTOBER 4, 2012
Bad things can happen to any business or brand. It’s often what happens next that can make, break or save a brand’s reputation. One well-known, household brand had a bad thing happen last night. Many people were especially surprised and offended to see that the tweet had come from a well known brand, KitchenAid. Business Twitter Advertising Branding trust
What Makes Customers Loyal to Brands?
Convince & Convert
JANUARY 25, 2016
In 2016, brands should be doing everything possible to promote customer loyalty. To find out what brands can do to make sure their customers stay loyal, international telecommunications provider Toll Free Forwarding surveyed a sample of US consumers. The respondents were questioned on some of their favorite brands and what strategies they have introduced to keep them on board.
15 Highly Engaging Pokemon Go Brand Posts
JULY 21, 2016
turned to Discover to see if brands too were going nuts over Pokemon Go. There were about 12,000 pieces of Brand Content across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, in North America alone that mention Pokemon. Remember, this is in just two weeks! I dug a little deeper to identify certain trends in Pokemon Go content that won a lot of engagement for brands. And guess what I found?
Take The Brand Spirit Test
DECEMBER 19, 2014
Brands and humans have one thing in common; when young they want to be older and when older they wish they had the spirit of youth. Brands need spirit. Brands need spirit to connect with consumers. Young brands revel in being the outsider. Older brands forget what made them so great in the first place. Do you protect your brand spirit?
Choosing a Brand Name to Fit Your Business
JULY 13, 2015
And the same might be said when you are choosing a brand name. Choosing a brand name is much the same. Entrepreneurs often think in the short-term—when it comes to choosing a brand name and otherwise. No doubt things happen and your company might pivot and change, but this is even more of a reason to focus on choosing a brand name with a farther reaching vision.
How to Build a Magnetic Brand
Convince & Convert
OCTOBER 22, 2015
Is this the new “URL grab of the mind,” to trigger brand-related thoughts whenever we see or hear things in the real world? Or ” It’s about connecting people to your slogans, images, and branding as a whole. Brand-Building Case Study. For the past six weeks, I’ve been looking at ways to use social to build a new brand called We Dig.
The Importance of Brand Recommendations in Your Marketing Strategy
SEPTEMBER 1, 2013
They trust their friends and family the most when looking for brand recommendations. Brands are eager to tap into the power of recommendations, and many companies measure an “NPS,” or Net Promoter Score , which illustrates how likely someone is to recommend a specific brand or company. What does this mean for brand marketers? According to a U.K.
Social Leaders Lift Their Brands
Blue Focus Marketing
DECEMBER 12, 2016
Transparent Social Executives Build Brand Value and Empower Social Employees Should executives engage publicly on social media? While some say social executives bring authenticity to their brands, others say that it’s too risky, that these leaders are bound to slip up and say the wrong […]. This question has been hotly debated over the years.