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Branding gives consumers a vivid picture of what a company and its products represent. Through successful branding strategies, audiences may formulate certain expectations of a company (they make rich-looking clothes, their food is authentic, etc.) which may ultimately turn them into buying customers. Companies should determine what they want consumers to see when they look at their advertising, and then appeal them with appropriate branding strategies. Among the most successful strategies are consistency, established credibility, and competitive pricing. Read more: Branding Strategies to Improve Image or Sales | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/list_6757476_branding-strategies-improve-image-sales.html#ixzz2KpFjEFe5 Consistency : In branding themselves and their product, a company should always maintain a consistent look and message. This gives customers something to look for (they might remember a logo from a commercial or a print advertisement), and is a literal representation of the product. Companies should work with a graphic designer to develop a complete branding strategy, with logos, signage, web site design, and packaging all taken into consideration. All of these visual cues should remind the customer of the brand and the kind of product that brand sells (luxurious, efficient, environmentally friendly, low-cost, etc.). Similarly, companies should work with marketing strategists to develop consistent messages and logos to make their brand memorable. Established Credibility :Nothing beats a company that has a dedicated consumer base and a solid reputation for delivering a great product. Companies often struggle to establish credibility for delivering a product that is reliable, and so it is important to emphasize credibility in any branding or marketing effort. Marketing professionals can help emerging companies establish credibility among consumers by sharing important information about the product (where it comes from, how it is made, what the company...

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