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    How To Build Your Brand Without A Marketing Team

    How To Build Your Brand Without A Marketing Team

    A strong brand requires a strong brand identity, brand image, brand culture, and brand personality. Implementing a successful brand strategy that develops all four of these components increases brand trust, loyalty, and awareness.
    Highly effective marketing is a make-or-break necessity for most small businesses. It’s really impossible for you to be successful without good marketing and sales techniques—that’s what brings the dollars in the door. Highly effective marketing is a make-or-break necessity for most small businesses.
    Having a strong brand is all about consistent and recognizable company expressions; offering not only products and services but also meaning. In many ways, a strong brand is the nucleus of a company’s success and is the result of an effective brand strategy.






    The time frame in which a brand can be developed from birth to release can vary depending on the consultant you’ve hired, but some experts say a successful brand can take approximately 5 years to establish within the marketplace

    Write the brand mission statement

    Write the vision statement

    Articulate the brand values

    Identify the core offering

    Develop brand messaging

    Share the brand story

    Identify target audiences

    Develop customer persona

    How do you grow a brand without advertising?


     Content marketing

    B2B sales (Business-to-Business)

    Co-marketing partnerships

    Email marketing

     Customer reviews

    Beta Programs

    Influencer marketing

    Research your target audience and your competitors.

    Pick your focus and personality.

    Choose your business name.

    Write your slogan.

    Choose the look of your brand (colors and font).

    Design your brand logo.

    Apply your branding across your business.



    Brand voice.

    Brand identity.

    Brand promise.

    Brand values.

    Brand targeting.

    Brand positioning.


    Brand Values

    Brand Promise

    Brand Identity

    Brand Differentiation

    Market Position

    Brand Messaging

    Brand Experience

    The elements of branding

    Color palette



    The tone of voice and vocabulary





    In conclusion, I want to leave you with this question.

    Here’s the answer: Why is branding for small businesses so important? The most obvious reason is that branding makes your company more recognizable to the public. Having a consistent design throughout your brick-and-mortar store as well as online, and helps people become familiar with the business they are dealing with.

    Hello! My name is Jereè Clark and I began this BLOG to share my journey as a Digital Marketing Agency owner while living in my purpose as a Woman unapologetically. As I start the process of mending the pieces of my career back together I want to share my journey and the process of where I am and where I am going in the Marketplace. Welcome to this #UnMended Process of becoming her. It's so uncomfortable at times for me to bare the deepest parts of myself but is so worth it in the end to see the woman I'll become. So Cheers to healing, and celebrating my freedom as a career driven woman, in faith, in life, and in love. May you also Soar & Grow in faith, life, and in love. Xo Jereè

    Mending the vow isn’t an easy task. It’s pressure, it’s finding the grit to find the grace in each area of your life to forgive, to heal, and to grow daily.

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