Positioning

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Positioning is mainly about getting into the brain.

Choose for a stronger position by focusing one characteristic. Choose a characteristic of a high value. Perhaps it shouldn't be a characteristic of you product (what you offer), but it might rather be a need you fulfil with your client. What are his/her base strategies that make him/her choose for you?

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Positioning

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  2. 2. PositioningJan 2013
  3. 3. Positioning
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  5. 5. What did you remember? Which one did you recall best?
  6. 6. BrainAssociationLimited, hates confusion, unsure Sticky Lemon Sweet Sweet-bitter Children 7-UP Freshness Old days
  7. 7. Positioning: 1st priorityGet into the brain!Focus on one characteristic  Owning one characteristic  Others automatically assigned!!!
  8. 8. Positioning: 2nd stepGet into the brain:  In a positive wayFocus on one characteristic:  Added value  Unique  Superior  USP  KISS
  9. 9. Positioning: how to determine? Look at your DNA  What was your motivation to found your organisation?  What made you launch your product? SWOT  Try new perspectives  Get inspiration from others in other sectors What drives your customers?  Do not only focus on your product characteristics ■ How can you help your customer ■ What advantage do you deliver  What are the drivers behind the drives? ■ What are their base strategies? KISS
  10. 10. But do not forget Positioning  = get into memory  ≠ list of all advantages Low 25 years Fat! experience BIO New Fresh! 9 ingredients
  11. 11. Thank you!

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