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    Blog,  Branding,  Marketing Budget,  Marketing Strategic Planning

    3 Factors That Affect Budget Decisions in a Marketing Plan

    Developing a marketing plan is no easy work. There’s lots of research and inquiries that must be addressed before any strategy is executed. Once you have collected all of your data, developed an effective strategy, and have chosen effective distribution channels, your work is not over. The next step is to consider your budget. That means taking out a pen and outlining how much each marketing effort in your strategy will cost. You will also need to combine your budget with a realistic timeline in which you will execute these efforts. This may sound like extra work but it’s worth investing your time. It’s also important to know the factors…

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    Blog,  Brand Awareness,  Branding,  Consumer Behavior,  Marketing Strategic Planning

    5 Ways to Strengthen Your Brand Positioning in A Market

    Branding is a word that’s commonly used in marketing circles. Like all marketing terms, branding is one of the most important concepts to learn and refine so that companies can establish a strong personality that their target consumers can identify with. Although branding is an essential part of marketing, there’s another term that’s equally as valuable: positioning. According to Chron, brand positioning involves claiming a position in a market or a reputation for a specific product, service, or company. In essence, it’s the way a brand stands out against its competition, which allows consumers to make informed decisions about different brands offering the same products or services. Some of the…

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    Blog,  Brand Awareness,  Branding,  Social Media Marketing

    Crowdculture and Its Impact On Branding Today

    One of the most popular outcomes of technological innovations in the last few years is social media. Through social media, millions of users across the world can share their thoughts and opinions on a particular product, service, or topic. Social media has had a heavy impact on how companies develop their branded content. Suddenly, large established brands like Red Bull and McDonald’s, which held power with consumers in previous decades, are barely generating any interest with their content—at least when compared to Internet favorites like the YouTube gamer Pewdiepie. In fact, as Douglas Holt mentions in his article, “Branding in the Age of Social Media”, the famed energy drink brand…