One stop shop is not a value proposition. It’s a cliche. Find another way to say one stop shop to describe your brand. Here’s how.
Where does your brand play? How does it win? These are two important of the most important questions in defining your brand strategy. Position your brand to win.
Google is shaping your brand. Our constant interactions with Google have conditioned us to think and search in phrases. We type in statements or categories to find products and services. Play to this phenomenon in your marketing. Make your brand Googleable.
No one ever said business has to be fair. Tilt the odds in your favor. Choose a playing field or a niche where you’re guaranteed to win. Every company that grows a sticky brand makes strategic choices of where they will play, how they will win, and how they will tip the odds in their favor.
Strategies can change, but values don’t. Your company’s values are the glue that holds it together. If you tamper with your values you risk crashing your brand, and jeopardizing or even destroying your business.
Every superhero has a nemesis. Batman has the Joker. Spiderman has the Green Goblin. Superman has Lex Luthor. Optimus Prime has Megatron. And the list goes on. A nemesis is a powerful anchor. It differentiates your firm, and makes its purpose tangible. Superman is not...
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