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Ries Al, Ries Laura, The 22 Immutable Laws of Branding, Symphonya. Emerging Keywords: Brand; Brand Management; Global Branding; Laws of Branding;. THE 22 IMMUTABLE LAWS OF BRANDING. The Law of Expansion: The power of brand is inversely proportional to its scope. The emphasis in most companies. Branding has become the marketing buzzword for the late nineties. The 22 Immutable Laws ofBranding will give you the edge you need to build a brand that will.
Start on. A brand should know no borders. Even one year before starting his consulting company when the book was published , he knew that successful marketing always means giving up something else to pursue. If you really want to expand, then create a second, separate brand. Popular in Food. Otherwise, they get suspicious. The Law of Contraction:
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Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Leadership is the single most important motivating factor in customer behavior. To achieve more than this, a leader will need to create multiple brands. How can anyone tell the difference between these brands when they all sound the same?
The leaders of these brands chose simple but memorable names, which helped them find success. They know that people buy and care about brands, not companies.
When naming your brand, you want people to be able to use just your brand name and not your company name and have it be understood. As the authors mention, Microsoft Word is one example of a company that did not do this well. Like the law of extensions, the law of subbrands states that subbranding can destroy a brand. Years ago, Holiday Inn created a subbrand: Can you guess the outcome?
People wondered why a Holiday Inn was so expensive.
While Ries and Ries generally advise against brand expansion, they admit that, if done correctly and under the right circumstances, it can be very effective. Wrigley is one example of a company that has dominated the chewing gum market by creating many different brands, like Extra the sugar-free gum , Freedent the stick-free gum , Big Red the cinnamon-flavored gum , Doublemint the peppermint-flavored gum … to name a few.
But in order to be as successful as Wrigley, there are a few things that you need to keep in mind. Different colors mean different things. So if your ideal colors are already taken, then choose something else. This will allow you to create a distinct brand identity and help to differentiate your brand from competitors. Every country is known for something different.
In order for your brand to succeed globally, it needs to be first in its category AND your product must fit the global perceptions of where it comes from. Many brands mistakenly believe that in order to grow, they need to change.
But doing so dilutes the brand identity. The menu has barely changed since the restaurant was founded in And geographically, it continues to remain solely in the American Southwest and Pacific coast. That, plus the fact that their burgers are downright delicious and fresh , of course. As hard as it may be, at a certain point, you will probably have to put your brand to rest and move on.
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