Archive for the Branding Category

10.5 Ways To Become A Branding Ninja

Assassins. Espionage artists. Spies. Mercenaries. Survivalists. Turtles? Whatever you call them, the Ninjas’ brand is simply cool as hell! They have an aura of overwhelming power, intelligence, stealth and magic that no other warring agent can touch.  Sure, the “Ninja” brand has been copied, stolen and spoofed,

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Small Business Still Requires Big Planning

There are a lot of positive signs that small businesses are starting to adopt social media marketing as an integrated component of their overall business plans.  One significant change, based on a February 2010 Small Business Success Index report, is the fact that social media usage among

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Pioneering The Memory Sharing Niche

How does a Kodak, confronted with technology threats and a dated brand, change their position and re-brand themselves to be relevant and engaging to a new audience? Create a new niche! Read more to learn how it’s done.

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OMG, REAL Cleavage!

The Brand Chef asks, how does a brand that’s geared to bolster the confidence and graciousness of a specific demographic fight censorship and discrimination?

… maybe the ABC and FOX censors find silicone boobs less offensive than the actual thing? Who knows?

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Under A Social Media Spell?

Look deeply into my eyes… you are feeling veeeery sleepy… sleeeeepy… deeeeper… deeeeeeeeper… relax and let the social media mystique take you to a happier place. Deeeeper… Yeah, sometimes I feel like social media has cast some kind of spell over businesses, specifically the marketing departments of

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Addiction Can Be A Good Thing?

Hello, my name is Andy…  I’m a Social Media Addict. (all together now…  Hellooooo Andy!) Can you see it – some big, mental-ward-like facility filled with a circle of gray, plastic chairs…  smoke hanging heavy in the air like some support group meeting (enter Nurse Rached)?  Is

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So Big You’re… PLURAL?

There’s something I don’t understand.  If you’re a freelancer or an independent businessperson, why would your Web site or your marketing collateral consistently refer to “We” and “Our” (as in OUR services include… and WE are located in…, etc.)?  Is it a ploy to “sound” bigger than

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