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What is a Brand?

Branding is the process of making and developing a product or company's identity. This will allow your company to create a relationship between you and your consumers. In other words, drive them to relate to you and buy your brand.

In simple words, a Brand is what makes your business differentiate from your competitors. Brand is usually conformed by a group of elements that, combined all together, make your consumers like your product or services. These elements might include some of the following:

  1. Logo

  2. Brand Name

  3. Tag Line

  4. Brand Design

  5. Philosophy

Among others...


1. What is a Logo?

A Logo is an image, words, letters or symbols that represent your products or services and make it "unique". There are different types of logos:

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  • Letter Marks; it's a logo made with letters, usually the initials of a long name

  • Logotypes; it's a logo made with your company's name

  • Logo Symbols: Brand mark, Abstract, and Mascots are usually used to represent your company

  • Combination Mark; it's a combination of any of the Letter Marks, Logotype, ad Logo Symbol

  • Emblem; it's basically a badge or mark that represents your brand

2. What is a Brand Name?

A Brand Name is the name you give a product, a service, or a group of elements that will represent your company in the market.


3. What is a Tag Line?

A Tag Line is a slogan or phrase that will guide your audience to understand more about your Brand. It usually generates an emotion, a feeling that will resonate in your consumers head/heart.


4. What is Brand Design?

There is a lot of psychological and emotional elements when designing a Brand, it's not just a logo. It has to represent your company's philosophy and believes. It has to resonate with your consumers so they feel represented by your Brand.




5. Philosophy in Your Brand?

Your philosophy has a lot to do with your Brand. It's how your consumers will see you and why they will decide to stick with your Brand and be part of your "community".

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