Are you worried about losing ground to your competitors? Do you find that your rivals in the industry seem to be sailing smoothly along at a time when your own sales are struggling? There may be any number of reasons why this should be so. But there is no need whatsoever to draw the darkest conclusions. As a matter of fact, it may be that all you really need is an ice-breaking move that gives your customers something new and unexpected to focus on. But what kind of move can you make that will be guaranteed to achieve this highly desirable effect?
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Keeping on top of our brand is an important part of running a successful business. It’s important because the way customers think about our companies is usually the biggest factor in whether or not a business will succeed. Now i’m not saying go to panic stations, but it is definitely worth keeping in mind as you move forward.
What is verbal branding you ask? Well the simple answer is the words used to describe your brand story. Whether that’s your company slogan or another means of advertising the words used are what make up your verbal brand.
Verbal branding is an integral part of what makes our brands what they are. Now I don’t just mean the words on your company logo, but every word you use to advertise your company is part of your verbal branding. From a giant billboard ad, to promotional pens with a short message.
If you’re thinking of starting a business in 2014, you’re certainly not alone. An estimated 320 new businesses start each month, and about 80% of those fail within the first 18 months. So how do you ensure that your business is in the 20% that makes it? Just tune in to the laws of supply and demand: identify a problem that hasn’t been solved or a consumer need that isn’t being met and address it.
With our economy recovering and more Americans nearing retirement age, there are plenty of industries that are poised to take off. Here’s a look at 5 fields that ambitious entrepreneurs should keep their eye on.