Branding and the ‘Word’

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Branding and the ‘Word’

A brand is a summation of many attributes such as visuals, values, products and services. However, the most important attribute in a brand is its marketing communication strategy – And the mediums it uses to express itself.
Any form of communication from the brand is often the first point of contact with the customer. Be it the advertisement, the POP promotion, the poster or the word of mouth, the words that a brand uses to describe itself is of utmost importance because it creates a lasting impression on the mind of the customer.
Successful brand communication should consist of the following qualities :
1) Should be representative of the brand and their values.
2) Should stimulate thought.
3) Should be dynamic and engaging.
4) Most importantly, it must be clear and expressed in the best possible medium for communication.

This is why a content writer is so important in the organization. In a branding perspective, the words used to speak about the brand can make or break the brand image. A content writer’s role in the company is to create an image in the minds of the customer – with descriptions, taglines, slogans, advertisements and other creative interactions.
An advertising copy runs not just on the image, but also on the supporting text, no matter how minimalistic it is. The content used in a company’s website talks much about the type of culture that grows within the organization.
Therefore, words are extremely important in the branding perspective.

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