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Podcast Episode #46 – Diagnose the Health the of Your Brand for 2010
This episode of the Power to the Small Business podcast features Jim Morris, also known as Tagline Jim. What’s the health of your brand: the psychological emotional relationship you have with customers and potential customers. The health of your brand determines the value of your identity in the marketplace. Listen and see if you have a healthy brand, or if you need a branding treatment.
Listen to the conversation in the player below as Jim Morris and Jay Ehret review the essential spots of a healthy brand: Brand Foundations, Brand Identity and Brand Integration.
Guest: Jim Morris – Tagline Jim, Evanston, Illinois
Length: 35 minutes
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BRANDING REALITY CHECKUP
Examination Point 1: Brand Promise
– What’s the energy behind your brand?
– Do you have a clearly articulated brand promise? Does it say something about your business other than you sell something?
Examination Point 2: Brand Personality
– What adjective describes your business personality?
– Describe your competition’s personality with adjectives. How do you compare?
Examination Point 3: Tagline
– Does your tagline reveal a deeper truth about your business?
– Does your tagline evoke a response such as an emotion or a response?
Examination Point 4: Visual Identity
– Is your logo a visual core expression of your brand?
– Did you develop your logo after you developed your brand promise and your tagline?
– Is your visual identity consistent?
Examination Point 5: Brand Integration
– Is your promise and your personality integrated into all forms of communication about your business?
– Do your employees reflect your brand personality?
– Do you train your employees to deliver your brand promise?
– Does the preconception customers have about your brand match the experience they receive from your business?