Great brands continue to thrive for years after their introductions. Others don’t. The great ones control their categories. They set examples for others to try and mimic.
A brand’s distinction is whatever separates it from its competitors, makes it stand out as extraordinary or different or, better yet, more valuable to the end user.
The key to building brand equity is establishing a strong brand identity and communicating it consistently over time. Reinforcing and strengthening a brand can be accomplished in several ways.
Your selling message should be the foundation for the many forms of written, verbal, printed and Web communications your company uses to market its services.
Drastic changes in your brand can wipe out brand equity earned at great cost over the years, and should be considered only for compelling reasons.