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  • by Scott Davis
    After years of paying lip service to the importance of marketing while engineering and design ruled the roost, technology companies are learning that maybe they need to be more like other businesses after all. more
  • by William Arruda
    What gets a resume more than a 10-second glance? What's the surest way to impress during an interview? Scott Davis, Senior Partner at Prophet and author of two widely acclaimed books on branding, offers must-read career insight. more
  • by Ted Mininni
    Brand extensions represent a way to leverage a brand's assets and equity to market new products, increase sales and hopefully, profits. While there can be significant strengths to brand extension strategies, there can also be significant risks in diluting or severely damaging the brand. There is a great deal at ... more
  • by William Arruda
    As a marketer, you are quite aware of the connection between branding and emotion. Countless books and articles have been written about it in the past few years. It's clear that people make decisions in life based on emotion. And decisions about the brands with which we choose to associate ... more
  • by Mitch McCasland
    Even with January behind us, a brand manager is still full of the promise of the New Year. Sure, things didn't go perfectly during 2005. But it's worth taking note of those things you'll solemnly swear you'll never do again. more
  • by Barry Silverstein
    One of the toughest challenges you face as a brand marketer is, very simply, getting your brand noticed. You have to worry about not just your direct competitors but all of the other brands fighting for a customer's attention. Just breaking through and being heard in this over-communicated, noisy marketing ... more
  • by Rick Nobles
    Did you get a letter from someone who was offended by your latest TV spot? Did someone send you an email saying you suck? Do you have a group of angry folks boycotting your brand? You should be smiling. Having someone hate you lets you know you're doing a good job ... more
  • by Gregory Pollack
    The power of partnership brand marketing brings two companies and brands together—each with its own brand equity and its own distribution channel strength. Whether teaming a car manufacturer with a theme park to capture the family segment, pairing ketchup with home video or aligning toys with food, corporations are looking ... more
  • by Barry Silverstein
    A breakaway brand is a great brand that is built to be a winner over the long term. Time after time, a breakaway brand leads its category, generates high awareness and grows market share, despite intense competition. Nike, Apple's iPod, and JetBlue exemplify breakaway brands. While the approach may vary from ... more
  • by Kathryn Roy
    Branding is more complicated than it first appears. It is also much more than finding a clever name for something. Here are the key branding points to remember as demonstrated by marketing's branding of a hypothetical company called MidSize. more
  • by Jeffrey Mucci
    A company's name can command a tremendous amount respect and equity with customers. Likewise, employees who possess a great amount of pride in working for a world-class organization can be a greater asset than sometimes realized. If companies can take these ingredients and begin to change the culture to one that ... more
  • by Ken Fenyo
    As a rule, pre-merger expectations don't measure up to long-term results. Up to 70% of merged companies don't achieve their predicted revenue synergies -- a problem that's further complicated when companies have multiple brands and serve a variety of customer segments. If the newly combined company hopes to meet expected growth ... more
  • by Neil Davidson
    Marketers often delegate responsibility for thinking and decision-making to research companies. Yet much of the customer intelligence in these research debriefs already exists within organizations—and in a format that is easier to understand and remember, and is far more engaging, than PowerPoint presentations or documents. It also encourages innovative solutions. Such ... more
  • by Lisa Johnson
    Pets are the new people. We've all seen celebrities prancing around with tiny dogs in tutus, or we've read a magazine spread featuring actors and their four-legged companions. Pets are an increasingly important part of the family, and giving them treats, services or special gifts is a fun way to ... more
  • by J. Brent Frost
    The truth is that most company interactions with customers take place via phone or email, so a single event may be your one critical shot. It may determine 99% of the perception that a customer or prospect holds about a company. Despite the importance of events, many companies waste ... more
  • by John Moore
    As marketers, we are always seeking ways to make our products and services more attractive to consumers. When we do it right, we know we've created marketing juju. Consumers are more than just attracted to these businesses. They are downright captivated by them. Each of these brands creates marketing juju ... more
  • by Paul Bruemmer
    With paid search, you pay only for click-throughs to your site. Such accountability is a marketer's delight, but that's only half the story. What about all the people who found the site, saw the pitch but didn't buy? more
  • by Andrea Learned
    Are all the consumer options available today actually serving customers better, or does the exhaustive selection overwhelm (and ultimately discourage) potential buyers? What if all the great new products and models lining the shelves were actually inspiring would-be buyers to decide...well, not to decide? That's where doing your homework of ... more
  • by Steve McNamara
    It helps to define what "branding" is. Start here: A brand is like a person. And like a person, brands have relationships, and these relationships evolve, for better or worse, over time, and need to be constantly nurtured. more
  • by William Arruda
    We use the word love a lot when it comes to our favorite brands. Similarly, talk about emotions and successful brands is music to the ears of career-minded professionals who want to get ahead. If it's the emotional brand attributes that are so critical to loyalty, then who better to ... more
  • by Robbie Baxter
    Imagine a world where video, photography, text and music are all available from any device that can connect to the Internet at any time. Whether you're using your computer, iPod, television or mobile phone, you will have the information you need and the diversion you want. Such a fantasy world ... more
  • by Tori Egherman
    The elections in Iran are in full force, with only a few days left until the Friday ballot. Iranian television is filled with interviews with the candidates, sound bytes and advertisements about the vote. Movies are interrupted every few minutes by voting reminder messages. Candidates' Web sites tout the politicians' ... more
  • by Kathleen Allardyce
    The competitive environment makes branding for real estate brokers and agents a critical issue. However, there are a few common misconceptions about marketing real estate services. Like these. more
  • by Hank Stroll
    This week, our regularly featured "SWOT Team" column gets a new name as it becomes the weekly "Marketing Challenge" column. In it, a reader asks: How do I create a big splash on little cash? Readers respond with four excellent approaches. Also this week, suggest your own answers to ... more
  • by Mary Brown
    Someday in the not-so-distant future, branding as we know it will be thought of as so 20th century. With societal, cultural and technological changes occurring at increasingly accelerated rates, keeping your eye on the horizon of future trends in branding gives your company the advantage. What trends are already ... more

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