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  • Share Ways Branding is Important For Online Businesses ?

    I am new to online business and I want to grow my business online by branding, so please share your experience.

  • #2
    Making customers loyal

    Branding aids in the development of client connections that go beyond the sale of a product or service. They identify with the brand's values, which may include value for money, environmental friendliness, social responsibility, trustworthiness, product quality, customer experience, kudos, or a mix of these. As a consequence, long-term brand-customer connections are more likely, with loyalty generating repeat purchases and motivating brand ambassadors to recruit new consumers on your behalf.


    • #3
      Makes the difference in marketing

      In today's highly competitive market, creative branding can help your online business stand out. When your online store sells the same products as everyone else, it's up to the brand's identity to stand out and attract customers. If, for example, shopping with you is more environmentally friendly, convenient, or up-market, and customers associate those attributes with your brand, you can use those brand differentiators in your marketing to attract customers who want those experiences.

      Of course, this necessitates a long-term brand strategy in which you shape your brand's identity to meet your target audience's desires and needs. It's about a lot more than coming up with a catchy name and a memorable logo.


      • #4
        Recognisability and expansion

        Because consumers are already acquainted with what the brand stands for, it is much simpler to introduce new and maybe even radically different goods and services down the road with an established brand. People would purchase Apple footwear if it were available because it would be pre-packaged with all of the qualities that the Apple brand stands for: high quality, well-designed, and up-market. If Adidas began selling phones, the same thing would most certainly happen. It's how Bentley can sell golf equipment and Mercedes can sell perfumes. Richard Branson has been able to launch many projects over the years, ranging from record shops to space missions, thanks to the recognizability of the Virgin brand.


        • #5
          Charge more for your products and services

          Great branding adds value to your business which can make customers more willing to pay a premium for your products and services. Take two identical coats, put a well-known brand logo on the sleeve of one of them and you can multiply the price several times. The difference has nothing to do with the actual coat, it’s all down to the reputation of the brand. Even if you sell other brands’ products, if your own brand is valued enough, you can sell them for more than your competitors, just look at the price differences between supermarkets.


          • #6
            Stability and consistency

            Branding allows you to have a consistent online and social media presence. People will get more acquainted with your brand and messaging, which will pique their curiosity. Consumers will start to think of you as a solid and reliable business after seeing your branding for a long time, even if they have never bought from you before.

            Furthermore, if you promote the same business values, people will not only see you as always-present, but they will also see your messaging as consistent, which can help build trust and lead to new customer acquisition.


            • #7
              Thank you so much for sharing your experience with me. its very helpful for me to grow my business.


              • #8

                One phrase we hear a lot these days is 'brand ambassador,' and if you do any study into the customer experience, you'll find that companies that go above and beyond as customers and become brand advocates are at the pinnacle of their success.
                To put it simply, individuals get so devoted to a brand that they begin to advocate for it. They purchase the goods, they tell their friends about them, they follow the brand online, they share its social media postings, and, probably most significantly, they promote the brand to their friends and colleagues.
                In today's market, where consumers are increasingly sceptical and rely on social proof in the form of reviews, ratings, and recommendations, there is no more valuable marketing asset than ambassadors and advocates who, on their own initiative, influence others to purchase your products and services. In fact, there is no more valuable marketing asset than ambassadors and advocates.


                • #9
                  Attract the right customers

                  While at first, you need to shape your brand strategy to attract target customers, once your brand has been established, it will automatically attract those customers to you. For example, if you build a brand identity around being a socially and environmentally friendly business, you will need at the outset to put the things in place that ethical consumers want. However, when you establish that identity, other ethical customers will seek you out. This doesn’t just apply to ethical consumerism, though that is a major trend that many brands are trying to adopt, it applies to all elements of brand identity, whether it’s the public image of the product quality (e.g., Dyson) or the social status of the brand image
                  Last edited by Rodney; 15-10-21, 09:35 AM.


                  • #10
                    Thank you so much for giving information of importance of branding.