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Brand Awareness

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People need to know about your business to buy from your business. It’s a clear, simple reason to promote brand awareness. If you prefer formality, one study found that “brand awareness and brand loyalty have a strong positive association with purchase intention.” Results from another study “indicate strong support for measures of perceived quality, brand loyalty, and brand awareness as antecedents of firm performance, customer value, and willingness to buy.” In other words, people familiar…

For many marketers, the term “brand awareness” represents a vague concept generally treated as worthy of investment but rarely defined in a precise manner. If you are one of these marketers, perhaps spending on advertising without click-based conversion makes you uncomfortable. You may accept that greater recognition of your brand can lead to sales growth but not completely understand how or why. You might simply drive by a billboard promoting a SaaS platform and wonder…

With more than a month until Thanksgiving and traditional promotional shopping holidays, the shopping season feels like it’s just around the corner. But like the majority of 2020, this October is looking quite different, and the shopping season has officially started.  Amazon’s Prime Day is typically Christmas in July, but with fulfillment and logistics management issues due to this year’s public health and economic crisis plus a desire to make the most of the holiday…

In 2018, a former Coca-Cola executive called CBD the “new avocado toast,” which was perhaps the clearest sign that the chemical in the cannabis plant — which offers benefits for anxiety, insomnia, and pain management but does not get users high — was having a cultural moment. A few months later, singer Willie Nelson launched a line of CBD-infused coffee. Since then, we’ve seen CBD-infused toothpicks and potato chips, and even a line of tree-free…

Trust is a vital element of any successful brand, no matter the industry. 81% of consumers say that trusting a brand is the key factor in making a decision to purchase. For companies in the finance space, the customer’s very paycheck, investment, or mortgage is at stake, which means trust is more critical than ever. Here are best practices for ad creatives that direct-to-consumer (D2C) brands in the finance industry can adopt to get their…

Companies all over the world are doing their part to help out during the coronavirus outbreak. In addition to offering resources and contributing to important causes, brands are also altering their imagery and messaging to help promote safety and unity (in spirit).  Below, we take a look at how well-established companies such as McDonald’s, Chiquita Banana, and Coca-Cola are encouraging social distancing through their logos and taglines.  McDonald’s  McDonald’s was one of the first brands…

There are very few industries that are as reliant on brand awareness strategy as the film industry. The cyclical nature of the business creates a constant necessity for the reach and engagement of new ticket buyers. This is something that film studios, big and small, all have to contend with; however, the deck is stacked against smaller, less resource-rich competitors. Smaller production companies and studios don’t have the resources to compete dollar for dollar with…

Successful brands are frequently discussed on social platforms, and these conversations become vital to brand awareness and sales growth. Here are a few tips on how to use social media to increase brand awareness. Choose the Right Platform(s) for Your Audience Keeping up with all of the social media sites can be nearly impossible for many brands. The goal of social media marketing is to find your customers and your potential audience, so focus on…

The fact remains that not everyone will know about your business. This underlines the need to utilize strategies and tactics that will not only reach new audiences but also build a rapport with them throughout their customer journey. That’s why brand awareness marketing is vital for any direct-to-consumer (D2C) brands that are either new to the market, introducing a new product to their current customers, or looking to expand their customer base. Building brand awareness…

If you’re an e-commerce retailer, the thought of selling offline might be unappealing because of the high cost. Understandable, because then you’d have to take multiple costs into account, such as rent, paying utilities, organizing your storefront, and stocking inventory. However, skipping out on engaging directly with the public could be a huge missed opportunity. According to a recent survey, consumers prefer physical stores because of the “ease, immediacy, and experience.” So, what’s the happy…