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Marketing Tips: the Importance of and Techniques Involved With Branding
By: Rick Sheldon
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    2007-04-15

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    * A brand helps potential clients to remember your business. People may know little about your philosophies or reputation as a company. However, if they can recognize your brand, the chances are greater that they will do business with you. Branding creates memory in the mind of the public.

    * Thereafter, feelings of loyalty are developed. When the public remembers your brand and familiarizes themselves and others with it, they will return. Customers are more likely to remain loyal to your business and are likely to purchase additional products or services from you based on the brand of the initial product with which they had success.

    * Trusted brands involve higher prices. People are willing to pay more for products or services that they highly regard. This means that customers are apt to forgo cheaper prices with other competitors if your brand has made a positive impression with them. We, as consumers, still believe that “you get what you pay for.” If clients believe in your product, they will pay for it. All of this leads to a better profit for your company.

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