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  • To build brand authority, you must know what truly matters to your customers. Join Mantis Research co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer Michele Linn in her new Master Class, Using Research for Content and Thought Leadership—learn her 4-step survey method strategy and position yourself as a thought leader!

  • Marketers know how important differentiation is to brand identity. Sally Hogshead goes even further by saying that trying to be better than your competitors is a discouraging slog: The only thing you can control is your difference, so you have to turn that into your specialty.

  • Americans view Seventh Generation, TOMS, Zoom, Allbirds, and AbbVie as the most purpose-driven brands, according to recent research from StrawberryFrog and Dynata.

  • What do marketers need to know about connecting with members of Gen Z? This infographic explores their spending habits, favorite brands, values, and digital platform preferences.

  • Successful branding relies on having a defensible market position, and a good way to regularly evaluate yours is to use brand-mapping. Here's how.

  • To help marketers figure out the best hashtags to use on LinkedIn this Pride Month, the professional social network created this infographic.

  • Pride Month is upon us, and many companies will rebrand with rainbows to mark the occasion. But running Pride campaigns without aligning your brand with LGBT struggles is disingenuous. Here's how to do Pride Month right.

  • Of all major brands, Trader Joe's has the best reputation among US consumers, according to recent research from Axios and The Harris Poll.

  • Disney, Tesla, and Apple are the major brands people feel most intimately connected to, according to recent research from MBLM.

  • Marketers should be gazing into their crystal balls to see how their company will really fare in the cookieless future. Here are the tactics that will keep brands afloat.

  • "Positions, everyone!" You know where your company started at the beginning of the show. But where is it by intermission? If you don't know, it may be time to reposition.

  • This infographic explores how businesses can benefit greatly by taking a blended, overlapping approach that delivers a mix of content related to different aspects of their overarching brand.

  • Are you ready to take a journey through trust, reciprocity, reputation, and strategy? In this episode, George B. Thomas and Eric Yaverbaum uncover a matrix of words, tips, and wisdom for building a successful brand in the digital world.

  • "Oh, that company? I hear it's shady..." Don't let that happen to you! Consistent vigilance over your media mentions can help manage your brand's reputation.

  • Which brands inspire so much loyalty that people want to immortalize them in ink? To find out, DealA examined Instagram data, looking at the volume of posts tagged with the word "tattoo" as well as popular brand names.

  • Brand voice has become top-of-mind in marketing as more and more people support businesses that share their values. But how you treat your customers is only part of the battle—employees have to be part of the conversation, too.

  • Taking customer feedback on social media can be brutal. It's like standing on a stage getting hit by flying vegetables. A possible alternative is to build an online community, which comes with added benefits for both your brand and your customers.

  • Working in PR and media relations means no day will ever be the same, so it's imperative that you roll with changes and adjust how you work. These four tips can help.

  • Time to take your brand to the doctor. How does it measure up? Ask yourself these six questions to see if you need to make changes.

  • Not all of us can be good at naming things, which is why we have brand-naming agencies and experts to make sure a new name rolls right off the tongue. This article gives five ways to tell whether a brand-namer is worth your while.