What does it mean when something works? I mean really works? I’ve had plenty of cars that “worked”; unfortunately they worked my checkbook harder than they did as transportation. I’m driving one now as a matter of fact. Just because they are running does not mean that they work efficiently. It’s the same way for too many marketing programs today.
Johnson Direct turned 11 yesterday and as part of our celebration we launched a landing page to showcase our expertise in one of the many services we offer: branding.
Branding is as much – if not more – a strategic and methodical process as it is a creative service. In fact, if you embark on a branding, or rebranding, initiative without the proper investment in Fact-Based Research and Strategic Planning, you’ll eventually learn that your focus on creativity and design has been wasted. And we all realize, in a down economy, a company’s shrinking marketing budget should be put to work – with measurable results and a positive ROI.
Our process, Direct Branding™, is an in-depth approach that guides organizations through “brand discovery” — taking your brand promise, products and services, values and methods under consideration. Over the past 11 years we’ve taken many clients through this process and the results have been tremendous. To view our brand identity showcase, visit DirectBrandIt.com.
Denise B. Hearden