Consistency is key to every successful marketing strategy. Branding is based on developing a specific voice for a company’s external communications, and that voice needs to be consistent across all the marketing channels. Before buying your product, customers will want to understand your company and see what kind of value you provide. If you keep …

Most sectors these days are in a continual state of flux as they seek to reinvent and reposition themselves to become more relevant. There is one sector, in particular, that is frequently seen adjusting its position and rebranding in a bid to reach beyond its conventional boundaries. This is the third sector, which often makes …

Imagine that you’ve just opened a regular newsletter from one of your favourite brands, and the first thing you see is a large banner with the company’s logo front and centre. Having read the email and scrolled to the bottom, you click through to that brand’s Twitter account only to notice that the avatar features …

Technology marketing used to be so easy. But there have been seismic shifts in the B2B marketing landscape, causing turmoil in our go-to channels. One bright spot; however, has been the emergence of influencer marketing. Influencers have undoubtedly become a mainstream channel for consumer-facing brands, but how does it impact those of us in B2B …

Often, when we think of brand strategy, we think of our customers in terms of how they perceive us as a company, product, or service. And when it comes to communicating and interacting with customers, there’s always a brand strategy guideline that guides organizations through every step of the way. However, as times have changed, …

Developing a brand identity is a key priority for most businesses. A distinct, recognisable brand is vital for grabbing people’s attention and attracting consumers and clients, and the integrity of a brand needs to be protected from third parties using or exploiting it without permission, which could dilute or damage the brand by association. However, …

As a new dad, I’ve learned very quickly that any sense of control you have is most likely an illusion. You may plan, organise and prep well, but then – life happens.  The same is true when you’re maintaining a brand identity – employees happen; customers happen; distribution channels happen; superfans happen; life just happens. …

In the world of programmatic advertising, the status quo has created a national scandal. The Times recently published several front-page exposés on the programmatic world, including ‘Big brands fund terror through online adverts’ and ‘Taxpayers are funding extremism,’ alleging that household brands, as well as the UK government, the Guardian, and Channel 4, had been …

In the wake of realizing that Google, even with all of its impressive tools, failed to prevent all ads purchased programmatically from appearing alongside terrorist and hate group content, what’s the next move for brands (and for ad tech)? Will the subsequent boycotts – through which brands are rightfully voicing outrage at having been exposed …

In today’s constantly shifting cyber landscape, it is vital that an organisation updates and evolves its online brand protection strategy, to deal with the changing nature of the threats posed and the cyber criminals behind those threats. While brand protection programmes are heavily influenced by the environment in which the business operates and the nature …