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Marketing Strategies to Keep Your Branding On Track.


When companies work to establish themselves, expand their reach and truly come into their own, growing pains are a given – which is why it’s always a good idea to have a solid marketing strategy to help your business overcome those initial obstacles. How companies address their awkward moments makes all the difference, so here are a few helpful tips for coming out the other side stronger than ever before.

Keep Your Finger on the Pulse

It pays to know what’s happening in your industry. Is the competition using social media? Is national news affecting local spending? Factor this research into your marketing strategy so that your company stays a step ahead of the rest. The better educated your business is now, the better your chances of catching subpar branding practices before they become real threats.

Avoid Trends

The modern world moves faster than ever before. What’s “in” one day is out the next, and that can make it hard for businesses to keep up. Use discretion when referencing any hyper-recent trend – be it a popular meme or a top 40 hit – in your branding. You don’t want to appear out of touch, so it’s better to keep your marketing strategy aligned with evergreen content.

Own Up to Your Mistakes

Everybody makes mistakes, and that’s okay! Whether your company is reeling from a negative online review, coping with questionable media attention or simply feeling irked by a typo, it’s important to admit fault when appropriate. An important part of a good marketing strategy is letting others know mistakes were made, and what steps you’re taking to move past them. Customers and colleagues will appreciate the honesty and respect you for working things out, and your subsequent branding efforts will be all the better for it.

The team at Design At Work is eager to help you develop a marketing strategy that withstands the test of time. Contact us to learn how we can use our professional skills to keep your branding in tip-top shape!



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