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How to Improve Your Brand Perception

You’ve launched a business and have undeniably spent a lot of time, money, and effort building your brand. Sales are reasonably successful, but growth isn’t as fast as you had anticipated – even with a conservative outlook.

You might be wondering whether you’ve done something wrong with your marketing or if your products and services might not be attracting your target audience. The reason for slower than anticipated brand growth can often get attributed to consumer perception.

The following information illustrates some ways that you can improve your brand awareness, perception and increase your sales to higher levels:

 

Get To Know Your Audience

One of the problems that many startups and established businesses have is they haven’t taken the time to learn about their target audience in great detail. For example, their demographic knowledge is vague or broad rather than specific.

If you’re guilty of that problem, it makes sense to go back to the drawing board and revisit your audience demographics. You might discover that you’ve been targeting too broad an audience and potentially blowing your marketing and advertising budgets.

Once you’ve determined the exact target market for your products and services, you’ll find your brand perception becomes easier, and your refined audience will associate your brand with the products and services that appeal to them specifically.

 

Review Your Online Reputation

These days it’s easy to leave reviews online for all kinds of products, services, and brands. Some people use Google to leave feedback, whereas others may prefer to use review platforms like Trustpilot.

If your target audience has a negative perception of your brand due to an array of less-than-favorable reviews online, you may need to use an online reputation management agency to take control of the situation.

Businesses and other organizations often forget to keep track of their online reputation and don’t realize how too much negative feedback can harm their brands. Don’t be another victim of the same problem.

 

Personalize Your Service

It should come as no surprise that brands focusing their attention on personalized services for their customers grow faster than those who don’t. With that in mind, it makes sense to look at ways you can personalize what you sell and how you support your customers.

One example might be to use customer pronouns when addressing them via email or in any customer account section of your website. Another might be to ensure all marketing material sent to customers addresses each person directly in printed brochures.

You’ll come across a wide range of ways to personalize your service; incorporating just a handful of ideas will help boost your brand perception.

 

Share Real Customer Testimonials and Case Studies

Last but not least, don’t forget to share on your website or printed marketing material real customer testimonials and case studies. Why is that important, you might ask yourself? The answer is simple: it helps to increase your brand perception, of course!

If your future customers can see how your brand solved someone else’s problems, they are more likely to trust what you offer than if you simply tried to promote what you do through product descriptions on your websites or the posts you put up on your social media profiles.

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Susan Meier | Building Your Brand by Staying True to Yourself, Self-Reflection, & Empathy

Have you heard the one about the young creative, right-brained artist that went to her college career-fair and met one of the worlds largest and most prestigious left-brained consulting companies, Boston Consulting Group? You know, the one where a round peg really did fit into the square hole?

In this special episode of the Remarkable People Podcast, see how today’s guest not only learned to navigate and succeed in this highly competitive and analytical environment, but thrive and find herself throughout her journey. Listen or watch now to learn how she did it, and you can too. Welcome to the Susan Hamilton Meier story: Building Your Brand by Staying True to Yourself, Self-Reflection, & Empathy!


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