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8 Reasons Why Brand Managers Need Formal Product Marketing Training

280 Group

Businesses exist to sell products and services, and their ability to do so depends largely on the strength of their brand. That’s why the Brand Manager is one of the highest-ranking individuals within an organization, and only experienced candidates are considered for this role. Overlap in Roles. 1: Increase Strategic Impact.

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5 Costly Branding Mistakes

UX Planet

By Mary Moore, copywriter at Shakuro Branding holds the promise of propelling your venture to new heights, capturing hearts, and securing your place in the market. The last thing you need is to stumble into the abyss of bad branding, a place where countless others have lost their way. Yet, it’s a double-edged sword.

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Meet the team: Intercom’s Brand Studio on evolving our brand

Intercom, Inc.

You wouldn’t expect to find a Brand Studio at every tech startup, but then again, we’ve always enjoyed doing things a little bit differently. And lately, they’ve been quite busy with our brand refresh project. In this episode of Inside Intercom, we chat with some of the team behind the brand: Scott Smith , Creative Director.

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3 vanished U.S. brands whose businesses live on in the Japanese market

freshtrax

Formerly based in San Francisco, the US interactive store and brand, b8ta, has disappeared from its home market. The company is effectively bankrupt, however, its Japanese subsidiary, b8ta Japan, has managed to thrive in the Japanese market. Could the Japanese market offer a second chance for foreign brands?

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Going to Market Smarter in the New Economy

Technology will continue to play a part in fostering buyer allegiance and building brands in the “new normal.” The fight to find new customers and retain existing ones is the biggest business challenge for many companies.

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How to Create Restaurant Branding Strategies

The Product Coalition

A well-thought restaurant branding helps to create an emotional connection with distinguished customers and makes your restaurant distinctive from others. The answer lies in restaurant branding and marketing strategies. Restaurant branding seems not simple as you might think of choosing a catchy name and its impressive logo.

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3 vanished U.S. brands whose businesses live on in the Japanese market

freshtrax

Formerly based in San Francisco, the US interactive store and brand, b8ta, has disappeared from its home market. The company is effectively bankrupt, however, its Japanese subsidiary, b8ta Japan, has managed to thrive in the Japanese market. Could the Japanese market offer a second chance for foreign brands?

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Monetizing Analytics Features: Why Data Visualizations Will Never Be Enough

Think your customers will pay more for data visualizations in your application? Five years ago they may have. But today, dashboards and visualizations have become table stakes. Discover which features will differentiate your application and maximize the ROI of your embedded analytics. Brought to you by Logi Analytics.

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Using Customer Reviews, Advocacy, and Referrals in Your Journey Map

Speaker: Jeremy Boudinet, Marketing Manager, Nextiva

Making a customer want to advocate for your brand takes passion, personalization, and gratitude: all things that can be gracefully elicited throughout the customer journey map. Join Jeremy Boudinet, Marketing Manager of Nextiva, and learn the tools for getting that glowing review. The best customer experiences go beyond the sale.

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Marketing-Led COVID-19 Growth Strategies: 2022 and Beyond

Businesses are tasked with beating pre-pandemic numbers, making marketing more essential than ever before. This is your chance to create unprecedented brand awareness, bring in the best leads sales has ever seen, and play an instrumental role in generating new and existing business revenue. Level up your marketing automation.

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How Empathy, Creativity and Compassion Drive Results

Speaker: Rhonda Basler, Director of Customer Engagement, Hallmark Business Connections

Using your innate empathy and applying that to your marketing and customer experience through emotional intelligence CAN be the game changer you’re looking for. Brands that connect with customers on a personal, emotional level will be more successful than others. 10 Ways to Humanize Your Brand. 10 Ways to Humanize Your Brand.

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Customer Perceptions of the Community Experience

Speaker: Mike Ellis, Vanilla Forums Marketing Manager

In a land of ever-changing customer behaviors and expectations, brands need to understand the experiences customers value the most, and how these can impact their business outcomes. Rather than assume that branded communities meet the expectations of the consumer, we wanted to figure out the ‘want behind the want’.

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Omnichannel is Multichannel 2.0

Multichannel and omnichannel marketing are not the same. With omnichannel marketing, brands take a consumer-centric approach in order to achieve consistent messaging across channels for a more-personal, cohesive experience. A roadmap for those who want to transition from multichannel to omnichannel marketing.

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Customer Perceptions of the Community Experience

What is most important when interacting with a brand, and what is the ideal experience they’re looking for? Customer experience expectations are ever-changing so understanding what they are is crucial to the success of your brand.

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Your Post-Launch Toolkit for Understanding Your Users

Speaker: Brittney Gwynn, former Director of Product, Simple Health

Join Brittney Gwynn, former Director of Product at Simple Health, as she explains how you can use early customer feedback, usage data, and continuous experimentation to optimize your journey to product-market fit.