Positioning - Branding Strategy Insider

By definition the brand position or brand positioning is how the brand is perceived in the context of competitive alternatives. When developing brand positioning statements include a target customer definition, brand essence, brand promise, brand archetype and brand personality, giving the intended brand position/positioning greater depth. The unique value proposition and brand promise are similar. They both focus on the one or two key points of difference between the brand in question and other brands.
5 Brand Strategies For Responding To Change

Consumer tastes change; technology progressives, sometimes in highly disruptive ways; and competition evolves. In short, the world changes. One implication of such change is that products and services which may have once been successful become less so or even unnecessary and irrelevant. The challenge for businesses and their managers is how best to respond by modifying product offerings to effectively respond to such changes. Such responses can take five forms: reinvention, repositioning, rebranding, retrenching, or...

Achieving Global Brand Success

For a brand to succeed internationally, it usually needs to tailor its product and communications to local markets. If you browse the top ten programs on Netflix by country, you’ll see little overlap between the most popular content in the US and India, for example. Netflix excels at providing high-quality content and a great user experience, but the content it promotes varies by market.

How Brands Can Prepare For Population Decline

Recent data show that US fertility rates are dropping. US women are giving birth “at record low rates,” according to the CDC. Demographers’ current concern is the “replacement rate.” Replacement rate is the total fertility rate at which women give birth to enough babies to sustain population levels – that is, replace a generation. Replacement rate assumes that death rates remain constant and net migration is zero.

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