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Tips to Increase Your brand’s Value

Increasing your brand value isn’t an overnight action, rather a long-term strategy to grown and strengthen your business. Regardless of where your brand is at today, we all have room to grow.

We challenge you to select a few of the tips below and incorporate them into your long-term business goals.

  1. Identity development
  2. Channel consistency
  3. Create connections
  4. Notice your niche

Identity Development

What do your current logo, website, and branding say about who you are and what you do? The goal here is to develop an identity that matches your mission, goals, and vision for your business.

An easy way to assess this is to write down your business mission, vision, and goals. Next, objectively as possible (maybe ask a friend if you can’t remove bias) write down how the tangible brand elements look and feel.

Lastly, match up your business mission, vision, and goals with the results of the tangible elements. If your tangible brand elements don’t match up with your intangible elements, then it’s time to make some edits.

Not sure how to enhance your brand identity? No problem, that’s exactly what our brand bundles are for.

Channel Consistency

BE CONSISTENT. We cannot stress this enough. Consistency is key in any branding strategy. Take a closer look at all your different channels and social platforms (website, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, ect.)

  • Does each channel compliment one another?
  • Does each channel convey the same message?
  • Does each channel match your brand personality, mission, and vision?
  • How can you make these channels align more closely?
  • Are there any channels you need to remove (because it doesn’t align with your brand values)?
  • Are there any channels you should add?

Create Connections

Brands with high equity have deep connections with their clients. These connections are based on loyalty, emotion, and trust. These connections can run so deep that the client even begins to align their own personal identity with the brand’s identity.

These connections can run so deep that the client even begins to align their own personal identity with the brand’s identity.

Woah, now that’s crazy… or is it?

Take a minute to think about the brands you love. Why do you like these brands? Do these brands say anything about the person you are? They sure do!

Personally, I love my MacBook! If I keep asking myself why, then I begin to reveal some hidden connections with Apple branding. I love my MacBook because it’s awesome, but also because I identify myself as a creative, an innovator, and go-getter.

I go from purchasing a MacBook to becoming a person who purchases MacBooks.

Do you see the connection?

I have aligned my own identity with an Apple product. This connection is so deep that honestly, I would NEVER consider switching to another provider. It’s kinda silly when you break it down like that, but it’s the honest truth.

  • How can you go deeper with your clients?
  • What do your customers want/need from you?
  • What do your customers care about? How can you incorporate that into your brand?
  • What does your brand message say to your clients?
  • Does your brand provide your clients and status, symbol or identity traits?

Notice your Niche

If you’ve never identified a “target market” or a “niche” then stop everything and do that now and sign up for our Brand Bootcamp Course. Target markets are the most important thing in any strategy.

Target markets are the most important thing in any strategy.

A target market/ niche should be at the center of EVERYTHING you do, and we mean everything.

When you know who you are selling to, then you can better understand what they need and want from you.

Niche markets are small groups of customers that share similar traits, preferences, or demographics. This group of people are unique because of their key traits. What are these key traits you ask? Great question, that’s exactly what you need to take notice of.

To really master your brand value, you need to notice your niche and understand how they think, what they like and what they dislike. With a complete understanding of this group, you can start creating deeper connections that really matter.

Tips to increase your brand’s value:

We provided four major tips to increase your brand’s value but these will be difficult to implement if you have never form a brand/marketing strategy.

If you need any help with your brand and marketing strategy, enroll in our Brand Bootcamp course. We will help you build a real marketing strategy to transform your business into a strong brand.

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