In a previous post entitled "If your company or brand went out of business, would anyone notice or care", I spoke about what kills - and what makes - successful companies and brands. One of these was the idea that brands are created by "visionaries", but throttled slowly into decline and death by "caretakers". I wanted to expand that idea and thought - and give some examples of those who have done it. And ask what are you?
Archive for the ‘Branding’ Category
There are now over 100 million people on LinkedIn, people you can do business with, people you can impress with your profile and your knowledge. Most business people have a profile on Linked In and I'm sure you do. However, is your Linked In profile as professional, effective and engaging as it could be? I've noticed more and more business people failing to update their Linked In profile effectively; leaving it incomplete and not making use of the many benefits within Linked In. Here's our recommendations for 'what to do' and 'what not to do' on LinkedIn.
Why should people buy from your company? Sure, you’ll need to have a mix of compelling offers, superior service, value for money, easy access and so forth. But increasingly that’s not enough. Your company may need a ‘personal’ credibility boost to win more business.
Today I was reading a white paper from comScore called US Digital, Future in Focus 2012 and the stats are amazing. They cover all aspects of online behaviour, some of which I have listed below: