Top 10 Branding Infographics is the list of my favourite graphic summaries about important branding concepts. This short list follow the previous: Top 10 Social Media Infographics Ever, I wrote last year and has been seen buy several thousands of people. So I hope you will like my post and will comment with your thoughts eventually suggesting any other great infographic I forgot to mention.
1) How Important Is Brand Identity?
For marketing, branding is typically the first step in the process. Before you start delivering your message and content to your projected audience, you must create an image of your company, or brand yourself. Once you’ve established your brand, it’s time to spread the word through the various marketing channels. Attempting to market yourself or your company without a brand identity will only confuse your potential customers or followers.
2) 50 ways to boost your Brand
Have a look at these 50 ideas for boosting your brand exponentially – from a great logo to engaging locally and establishing trust. All of these ideas can help your business to grow!
3) 30 Tips To Build Your Personal Brand From 37 Experts
Having a strong personal brand is a tremendous asset to every entrepreneur. While brands and businesses might be built around ideas, like it or not, they’re still ultimately represented by people. Are you doing your brand justice?
4) 8 Things That Can Hurt Your Brand
1. Lack of planning. 2. Inconsistent Brand Image. 3. Producing low quality content…
5) Without Personal Branding Your Career is Dead
When you read the headline of this post, you may question why you need to promote yourself as a brand. Isn’t personal branding to go too far for ordinary people who have ordinary jobs? I don’t think so. The world has changed a lot the last years and branding yourself as well as building your brand online has become a necessity to stand out from the crowd, whether you are Justin Bieber or Maria at the reception desk. Without it, your career will be dead.
6) The way to Personal Branding
Creating any sort of brand is a tough job, it takes a lot of work and time. Your brand has to offer something different and something people want, it basically has to be cool. When creating a personal brand the thing is to be cool. People have to like you for something and you have to offer something people want. You have to be interesting. The 9 steps below in the infographic are basic steps on creating a strategy to building a personal brand.
7) Top 10 Digital Branding & Marketing Trends For 2016
What are the top marketing trends to watch for in 2016 that will impact your company? Borenstein Group’s insights for corporate marketers.
8) Steps of the Branding Process
When creating a brand there is a logic to the set of branding process steps. Strategy is often the first step followed but the marketing plan. Once these two steps in the branding process are done you can move through the chart in developing visual branding and messaging that will carry through all your delivery vehicles. As you can see along the way, most steps do not have to be followed in an order but can move and skip into the vehicles that best suit your business and it’s goals. You certainly don’t have to cover off on everything because every business is unique and should have it’s own pathway defined in order to be successful.
9) 8 essential branding steps for your business
So you want to start a business? Great! You’re not alone—over six million businesses are started each year, making it crucial that your business stands out in the crowd. Branding is often overlooked by small businesses, but even though you might think your resources are better spent elsewhere, we’re here to tell you that branding is a huge part of distinguishing yourself from your competition, attracting (and maintaining) a loyal customer base and a helpful reference as you make future business decisions.
10) What your brand colours say about your business
There’s a reason why brands choose the colours they do, because it really does come down to look. A lot of research goes into the psychology of colours, and sometimes there’s a distinct advantage to using one colour instead of another. In our infographic, we’ll show you how specific colours are perceived and how you can choose the best colour to suit your business.