Brand development strategy seems like a no brainer, right? Wrong.
There is a common misconception that brand development begins and ends with logo design…and this just isn’t true! In the modern digital world, a company’s branding extends far beyond that simple logo that you will probably agonize over for hours.
So what do you need to do to build your brand?
While a logo is not the only element of your brand, it IS pretty dang important. The first step to wider recognition for your company is creating the perfect logo to both represent your personal taste and appeal to a broad audience. It is a balancing act that can be a little difficult to overcome, and sometimes it takes trial and error! But, it’s worth every painstaking moment when you see the eventual return of all that hard work.
Visual brand recognition is about so much more than just your logo; there are at least two more visual elements that come into play with strong value in 2020.
The first comes in incorporating your branding into your web design. Your website will often be the first interaction that prospective customers have with your brand, so making sure that you are consistent is key! Take the attention to detail and key design elements from your logo, and apply them to create a seamless experience. Color choices, layout, font, image choice…all of this is an important part of your branding strategy. If you are looking to focus on a specific market in your area, incorporating local elements into your web development and branding is going to help you see a greater return.
Social Media Presence
Your social media platforms are your third opportunity to obtain the visual recognition your brand needs and deserves. Focus on consistency in your social media management: create a posting schedule and stick to it. Create brand-specific hashtags to engage your audience, and think about what you want to portray to your followers. Do you want to put a focus on your products? Consider enlisting the help of a few influencers to aid in this marketing strategy, and invest in professional business photography. Social media is another opportunity to spotlight those local elements to appeal to your core audience.
Your voice is the final key element of your brand that you really want to give some attention to. It comes into play across all of the previously mentioned elements: your logo, your website, your social media…creating that distinct voice is going to make all the difference in appealing to your customers and standing out from your competition. Consider adding blogging to your brand-building strategy–it provides more opportunities to connect with your audience as well as benefitting your SEO!
Seek the Help of a Professional
When it comes to brand design and development, enlisting the help of a local digital marketing professional can make all the difference in the world. Take the stress off of yourself, and let the experts at Social Eyes Marketing do all the heavy lifting; we work closely with you to make sure you get exactly what you want and have the opportunity to see the greatest return for your brand.