8 Killer Brand Awareness Strategies

8 Killer Brand Awareness Strategies

To have a brand isn't enough, you need to have customers to buy your brand. For this to happen, it's important to make people aware of your brand so that people always associate your brand with a particular need. However, it isn't easy to get fresh customers.

What you need to do is to create a strategy that gets your brand recognized in its specific category so that your sales go up and you're laughing all the way to the bank. Here are eight strategies you could implement:

1. Give your brand a unique identity:

To get your brand identified by customers and potential customers, give your brand a bright look, something that will make it stand out in a crowd. Once you approve of its look, narrate the story of the people who created the brand. You can do this either through your blog or on your About Us page. When you specify your core values, it will further emphasize your business strategies, so spell them out.

How to build a brand of awesomeness [infographic]
Source: Mack Web Solutions

2. Optimize your website:

If your site is well-optimized, it will bring in the targeted audiences and the traffic inflow will come in and stay on your site for much longer, possibly converting into customers too. For this, you need to consider your website design, the keywords you choose and the title and meta tags you use, the conversion rate methods you employ, etc.

3. Be visible on social media platforms:

You can increase your brand's profile and speak directly to an interested audience through social media networks. These platforms also allow you to forge relationships and get valuable insights into what your customer base wants and are looking for. Social media helps give your brand an approachable feel and make it engaging. Choose from Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram. Choose a different tone of voice for each channel and decide the frequency of your posts.

4. Personalize your customer's experience:

By personalizing your customer's experience, you make it more enjoyable for him. When you do this, you show your customers that you care for them. This can nurture your relationships and increase your conversion rates.

5. Word of mouth referrals:

The influence word of mouth referrals wield can never be undermined. Now, with the Internet, it has wings as it can reach all across the world. Brands can use social media to gain referrals by engaging with audience through customer service interactions, companies offering incentives, etc.

6. Competitions to stimulate interest in your brand:

You can generate interest in your brand by setting up a competition, which can open up a whole new audience to you, thereby increasing your potential customer base. Though your aim may be to achieve brand awareness, yet other objectives like newsletter subscriptions and competition entries can also be achieved through a competition.

7. Don't forget conventional media:

Though print media isn't as preferred as its digital counterpart, yet there are many people who still read newspapers and magazines. Not only can you use this to get a lower advertising rate, but you can also get large spaces for your advertisements that can catch the reader's attention. By getting good deals on target newspapers and magazines, you can increase awareness of your brand or product.

8. Sponsor events:

You can gain some prominence for your brand by sponsoring a tournament or charity event. This gives you the opportunity to network with important people who may of help to you in spreading awareness of your brand.

Creating a brand may not be difficult, but making it known to the general public and focused groups could be more time-consuming and demand a lot of you. However, by using these strategies, you can have a widely-known brand that brings in customers.

Author Bio:
Christopher Meloni is a Marketing Manager at Kodematix. Apart from his profession, he also has a passion of blogging and he likes to explore new and innovative methods of marketing within his field. Connect with Christopher on Twitter.
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