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Final presentation deck from the seminar on September 15, 2016:

• How to develop consistency between traditional “static” marketing programs and interactive social media channels

• How to build campaigns that differentiate your business in the minds’ of your current and future customers

• The importance of design and storytelling in your marketing

Final presentation deck from the seminar on September 15, 2016:

• How to develop consistency between traditional “static” marketing programs and interactive social media channels

• How to build campaigns that differentiate your business in the minds’ of your current and future customers

• The importance of design and storytelling in your marketing

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  1. 1. (M) 203.824.4282 michael@brandinspirationonline.com
  2. 2. “Marketing is brand building. The two concepts are so inextricably linked that it’s impossible to separate them. Furthermore, since everything a company does can contribute to the brand-building process, marketing is not a function that can be considered in isolation. Marketing is what a company is in business to do. Marketing is a company’s ultimate objective. That’s why everyone who works in a corporation should be concerned with marketing, and specifically, with the laws of branding.” -- Excerpt from The Book: “The 22 Immutable Laws of Branding” – Al Ries and Laura Ries
  3. 3. What Is Branding? What Is A Brand?
  4. 4. For Many Organizations, It’s More Than An Iconic Logo
  5. 5. It’s What Your Brand Conveys Or Stands For
  6. 6. = Innovative technology that connects you to family, friends and colleagues
  7. 7. = Your health and your quest to become a stronger, fitter person
  8. 8. = “Trendy” spot to chat Why do folks hold business meetings there versus some other major coffee spots (i.e. Dunkin’ Donuts)
  9. 9. Sure, It’s Simple for the Big Guys
  10. 10. Annual Ad Budgets Nike $804 Million (not counting endorsements) Starbucks $315.5 Million (in 2014) Apple $1.8 Billion
  11. 11. But How Does a Small Business Gain BIG Impact Without Breaking the Bank?
  12. 12. It’s the STORY behind the brand that makes the logo so recognizable. These organizations aren’t merely selling products or services. They are selling the lifestyle that they deem their consumers’ DESIRE
  13. 13. YOU DON’T NEED A HUGE BUDGET TO TELL A STORY!
  14. 14. How Do You Get There? Creating an impactful brand is not simply creating a logo, it’s a process of guiding your potential clients through every step of their decision making process — long before and after the sale.
  15. 15. It Starts With 3 Steps: • DIFFERENTIATING your business • CREATING consistency • FOCUSING your materials
  16. 16. Differentiating Your Business What is it that sets your company apart? You went into business because you can do ONE THING BETTER than anyone else – what is it?
  17. 17. Differentiating Your Business Now what does your ONE THING mean to your customers? And how does it CONNECT on an emotional level?
  18. 18. Tenders restaurant • Small locally owned restaurant in upscale suburb of Charlotte, NC started in 2009. • Within 1 mile: • Chick-fil-a • Zaxbys’s • Burger King • 2 McDonalds • Taco Bell • Hardees • Bojangles • And a few dozen sit-down restaurants • What was there ONE thing? To serve fresh, healthy food from a local business.
  19. 19. How did they market it? Fresh – every news article, press release and ad said they didn’t put a freezer in their kitchen – everything is made fresh. Healthy – offered grilled chicken nuggets, fresh apples and zucchini chips as “healthier” options.
  20. 20. Community minded – • Sponsor school dining out nights. • Hand out coupons to moms in carpool. • Sell food at every local college sporting event. • Offer military discounts. • Collection point for school supply and Christmas gift drives.
  21. 21. The result? They grew so fast they were bought out by investers in 2011 and grew from one location to selling PDQ franchises. They are now in 54 locations across the southeast.
  22. 22. Creating Consistency Now that you know what sets you apart, and know how to connect with your clients on an emotional level – how do you maintain that across platforms?
  23. 23. It’s easier to be consistent in traditional media. You design a great campaign that addresses your points and connects on an emotional level. And it stays there – unchanging.
  24. 24. With social media all communications are continually in flux. We live in an age of transparency. Virtually everything we do is being broadcast across social media for all the world to see – so make certain online reinforces your message.
  25. 25. Which means your carefully crafted campaign can be reinforced – or torn down – by what happens on social media.
  26. 26. Which means your carefully crafted campaign can be reinforced – or torn down – by what happens on social media.
  27. 27. The Lesson: Let Your Customers Get To KNOW You • People STILL do business with people they like
  28. 28. Let Your Customers Get To KNOW You • If they connect with you emotionally, customers will become your biggest advocates.
  29. 29. A negative review about a local bakery prompted these responses from loyal customers…
  30. 30. Focus Your Materials How do consumers get to know you? Through Design and Storytelling
  31. 31. Some Methods: • logo • tagline/descriptor • advertising/direct marketing • landing pages/website • social media • video/motion
  32. 32. A Stronger Way Borrow From The Big Boys
  33. 33. You may not have the marketing budget of Apple, Nike or Starbucks, but you may sell products from them or a company like them. Capitalize on the money they have already invested.
  34. 34. Example: Allstate Mayhem This local agent capitalized on the idea of Mayhem by creating a Boating Safety Kit.
  35. 35. If you don’t carry a big-budget name, you can still take advantage of trends and news to get major impact.
  36. 36. Example: Pokemon Go • Churchs have notoriously nonexistent ad budgets, but many discovered they were Pokemon stops and capitalized on it. The Esipcopal Church put out a national alert asking churches to welcome Pokemon players
  37. 37. Example: Ryan Lochte After the Olympics, no one wanted this guy in their neighborhood. One gated community in Charlotte, NC, ran a great live ad on morning drive team featuring a host saying “Keep your family safe from drunken Olympians.”
  38. 38. It takes VISION & INVESTMENT
  39. 39. How much thought does it take to promote Apple as opposed to the Farmer’s Market just down the street that sells apples?
  40. 40. The right answer: The same amount
  41. 41. • Marketing & Branding is an investment in the future of your business • The creative thought process is the same; the only difference is the amount of money you have to spend on the advertising budget • Don’t cut corners on the branding and creative processes and you won’t shortchange your results • A solid marketing firm will be with you on your journey to appeal to prospects and customers at every step of the purchasing process and lifetime of the customer
  42. 42. Thank you for attending! Questions?

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