Brand Experience Strategy
5 Questions to Determine If Your Brand Needs an App
If you're looking for more ways for people to engage with your company and make the process easier all around, designing an app can answer all of your issues. With over 90% of consumers accessing the internet via mobile, giving them the option of using an app over accessing your mobile website can be a good investment.
Did you know over 50% of small businesses have a dedicated app for either internal or external business communications and purchases, are you really being left behind? The reality …
How the Price You Charge and Your Brand are Indeed Connected
Pricing is more than just the sales price; it also includes how your products and services are packaged. There are many pricing models out there—some work better than others and some work better in some industries than others. What’s important is that it fits with your business model, convinces your clients to buy, and gives your clients confidence in your brand.
A client had a yearly subscription model, however, over half of their clients were leaving after three or six months and then would re…
Choose Clarity Over Being Cheeky When Building Your Brand
Brand messaging is the art of using the right words to communicate to your target audience the value that you provide. When done correctly, it’s the foundation of Category Design where instead of positioning yourself to directly compete with your competitors, you create a new category, so the market perceives you as the only and best solution for their problem.
A client came to us who was struggling to raise funds. They had a steady stream of revenue, but it barely sustained their current level, …
The Difference Between Strategy and a Tactic and Why it Matters
Strategy is the why.
Tactics are the how.
The strategy is the logic behind the actions that you take. It’s the bridge between your goals, priorities, revenue, and resources and how you will accomplish your goals, prioritize your priorities, increase your revenue, and better leverage your resources.
Your Goal is What?!?
As a part of our Discovery process, one of the first questions we ask potential and new clients is “what are your goals?” We’re looking to identify both short-term and long-term goal…
Guest Post: How to Connect Your Brand with Reverence to Increase Your Social Impact
Continuing my guest post series, here is an article from Eben Greene, President and Vision Keeper of the top change management agency, ShiftUp. You've heard me talk about him before, he helped with the Omicle rebranding and we've partnered on projects.
Eben Greene says...
Like meeting someone for the first time, your initial encounter with a business can leave a lasting impression. That feeling or belief in a company or product branding is powerful. It lays the gro…
Scale Your Business Better: The TRANSFORM Stage
The goal of this stage is to focus on long-term clients and long-term growth. This is all about continuing to improve your client experience and identifying where your next best opportunity lies. The questions you'll ponder will be:
- Will it be a new market, a new vertical, or a new product or service?
- Will you expand your current offerings?
- Will you seek to acquire another company?
- Will you seek to be acquired?
This stage is about making opportunistic, long-range decisions. Your focus i…
Scale Your Business Better: The GROWTH Stage
The goal of this stage is to be ready to scale and build a much bigger business. In this stage, your focus is on building a scalable infrastructure to improve your selling as well as how you deliver the products and services that you offer--customer experience.
You'll be focused on questions like:
- How can I make this more efficient?
- Is there a way that could be easier for me to do this?
- How can I make fewer sacrifices (money, time, or energy) to complete this task?
Efficiency may sound …
Scale Your Business Better: 3-Stages You Need to Know
What does it mean to scale your business?
How is it different from growing your business?
Is scaling the same for all businesses?
These seemingly common questions have very different answers. Growth and scaling are often talked about as if they were one and the same. But they're not and it's important to know the difference.
Scaling is about increasing revenue without incurring significant costs. The intention is that as revenue grows, expenses only increase incrementally. When an organizatio…
The Fundamentals of an Effective Go-To-Market Strategy Improved
Go-To-Market ensures that what you’re selling is what you’re delivering and that it always works for you. It focuses on brand experience from prospects through repeat clients and processes between marketing, sales, and client experience. Go-To-Market is about the entire revenue stream and creating high-performance revenue teams or RevOps.
Ok, now that you know what Go-To-Market is about and the results it seeks to achieve, let’s talk about how it accomplishes this. A successful Go-To-Market Str…
Effectively Boost the Success of Your Go-To-Market Strategy with RevOps
A successful Go-to-Market Strategy unifies and streamlines the brand experience between a potential client through a repeat client and the processes between marketing, sales, and customer experience so well together that you can't tell where the one starts and the other stops.
It’s a practical path for creating alignment to go from launch to transform without losing momentum and stalling out somewhere along the way. A Go-to-Market Strategy is a foundation for building high-performing teams to s…