- What do you want your brand to be known for among your target audience? If you can own a specific word or benefit in consumers’ minds, you’ve hit the brand positioning jackpot.
- What can you deliver that competitors cannot do as well or at all? This is your niche and the basis of a strong brand position.
- Does your desired brand position match your overall company goals and vision? Confusion is a brand’s worst enemy.
- Are your brand goals realistic? For example, attacking the market leader without sufficient funds to back up the effort is a recipe for failure.
- Do you have the necessary funds to devote to developing your brand position? Brand positions aren’t owned overnight. It takes time and money to own a position in consumers’ minds, particularly if you’re entering an established market. You also need to consider the money needed to sustain your brand’s position once you successfully establish it.
- Are you thinking long-term? Short-term goal setting is too short-sited for brand positioning development. You can support your brand position with short-term tactics, but a powerful brand position must be able to grow, expand, and extend well into the future.
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