Battle Of The Brands: Does Your Startup Have What It Takes To Be A Winner?

Modern marketing is a complex challenge that requires a lot of hard work to master. You aren’t simply trying to reach new audiences; you’re trying to prove that your services are better than the alternatives too. Therefore, striking the right chord with the intended market should be a priority at all times.

Ultimately, you are in an ongoing war with your competitors. Unfortunately, if you don’t seize the high-ground at the earliest stage possible, it could impact your takings for years to come. So what are the key weapons to help you win this battle? Let’s take a closer look.  winner-311358_960_720 

A Great First Impression

It only takes a consumer a few short seconds to make a decision about whether your company’s products and services are worth considering. So, while a great initial interaction won’t guarantee a sale, a bad one could ruin your hopes immediately.

With this in mind, the presentation of your business ideas is vital. From logo designs to web layouts, those first appearances can go a long way to sparking the desired response. Meanwhile, it’s imperative that your company gains a professional vibe too. If you’re operating from home, a virtual office address is advised.

Get those winning foundations in place, and your hopes of success will suddenly look brighter than ever.

A Trustworthy Status

When completing a purchase, consumers are putting trust in your business. Firstly, they are allowing you to provide a product that will enhance their lives. Secondly, they are trusting you to deliver the goods as described. If they have a reason to doubt you, they aren’t going to complete that purchase.

Customer testimonials and reviews are a great way to put those fears to bed. More importantly, you need to ensure that all contact details are easily located. If it looks like you’re trying to hide them, the alarm bells will be ringing. Complete the job with a fair returns policy, and it will work wonders for the brand. After all, it’s not all about creating a buzz.



A Sense Of Familiarity 

People still buy from people, even in this increasingly digital age. Therefore, it always pays to build a strong relationship with any potential customer.   

Using email lists allows you to send regular communications directly to clients without spamming them. Meanwhile, playing an active role in social media is a great way to encourage interaction on their terms. Find a way to express the personality of the brand in the process, and those users will feel a greater connection.

And when they trust the people behind the business, they’ll be far more likely to invest in your products too.

A Unique Vibe

Above all else, your company needs to stand out from the crowd. This requires character, reputation, and a commitment to quality for the customer. However, you also need to do something that nobody else does. After all, that special ingredient is what has helped the giants like Apple, Starbucks, and Nike reach their current heights.

Ultimately, you are the company’s USP. Embrace that throughout every stage of the branding and marketing strategy, and you will be just fine.


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10 Comments Add yours

  1. palhao says:

    Another nicely written article 🙂
    Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Kally says:

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    1. Kally says:

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