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How I Defined my Brand Language using Brand Archetypes

What does your brand language sound like? Is it funny? How about informal? Maybe you use a no-nonsense kind of approach? Whatever it is, the way you choose your words when you post on the β€˜gram or when you’re running a Facebook ad can tell a visitor what kind of person you are and if […]

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What Brand Archetypes Are and How They’re Important for Business

What Brand Archetypes Are and How They’re Important for Business

Do you know what your brand archetype is? (and no, it’s not exactly like your horoscope) The term archetype was actually coined by Carl Jung, a well-renowned Swiss social psychologist. In the business world, a brand archetype is typically defined as β€œa genre you assign to your brand, based upon symbolism” aka energy patterns that […]

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The Three W’s Your Business Needs to Answer to be Successful

The Three W’s Your Business Needs to Answer to be Successful

Do you ever look at businesses (and I don’t mean that in a literal sense)? For most of my life, I stared at commercial after commercial of successful brands like Coca Cola and wondered how they were able to keep their business running for many years. I eventually figured it out after working as a […]

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3 Reasons Why You Need Copywriting in Your Business

3 Reasons Why You Need Copywriting in Your Business

What do the words ‘Once upon a time‘ or ‘there was once was‘ have in common? They’re what I like to call, words of attraction because of their power to draw the reader (aka you) in. Whether it’s JK Rowling to your favorite writers on Wattpad, they all understand the power of the pen. After […]

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What Does it Take to Build a Master Brand?

What Does it Take to Build a Master Brand?

There are many brands out in the world today, and all of them have the same goals: to make money and to stay relevant. But what makes a brand different than a master brand? While there are many ways to go about it, I like to think there are four key points. 1. Getting Started […]

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