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  • Apple Inc. posted arecord quarterly net profit of $7.31 billion in the third quarter of 2011.
  • In order to make the process a little easier and to provide some structure, Keller provides six ‘brand-building blocks’ to accomplish the steps necessary to create a strong brand.
  • These four questions are fundamental questions that customers ask invariably about brands:Put simply;Who are you? (brand identity)What are you? (brand meaning)What about you? What do I think or feel about you? (brand responses)What about you and me? What kind of association and how much of a connection would I like to have with you? (brand relationships)It can be thought of as a sequence of steps, in which each step is contingent upon the previous step being completed…it can be thought of as the branding ladder………..
  • Brand Salience – How easily and often is the brand evoked (recalled) under various situations or circumstances? To what extent is the brand top-of-the-mind and easily recalled or recognized? What types of cues or reminders are necessary? How pervasive is brand awareness (how easily is it spread)? Brand Performance – The product itself is at the heart of brand equity as it is the primary influence of what consumers experience with a brand, what they hear about a brand from others and what the firm can tell customers about the brand in their communications. To create brand loyalty and resonance, the product must at least meet if not surpass the expectations of the consumer. Brand imagery – The ways in which the brand attempts to meet customers’ psychological or social needs. It deals with how people think about a brand abstractly, rather than what they think the brand actually does. Imagery refers to intangible aspects of the brand. Brand judgments – This focuses on customers personal opinions and evaluations with regard to the brand. (they are formed from putting the performance and imagery associations together)Brand Feelings – Customers emotional responses and reactions with respect to the brand. If you own a Mac computer, do you feel proud to own it? Is it because its got a higher status than a normal computer?Finally, Brand Resonance – This refers to the nature of the relationship that customers have with the brand and the extent to which they feel that they are “in synch” with the brand. Do they ‘love’ the brand? Is it one of their favorite possessions? Does the brand create a sense of community, with other people associated with the brand? Retail is a prime example, people like to be associated with higher status clothing makes (some people).
  • Point 1 – Achieving brand resonance requires eliciting the proper cognitive appraisals and emotional reactions to the brand from customersPoint 2 – It is through their learning about and their experiences with a brand that they end up thinking and acting in a way that allows the firm to reap the benefits of brand equity. - - The next section will underline how the model can be used and the principles that underlie it by discussing three questions:
  • The critical application of the CBEE model lies in planning, implementing and interpreting brand strategies.Remember brand resonance refers to the nature of the relationship that customers have with the brand and the extent to which they feel that they are “in synch” with the brand.One exception to this in the airline industry…PTO
  • Such as…Low pricesDependable serviceValue for moneyCompetent in what they doTrustworthyCustomers are loyal
  • Building Customer Based Brand Equity Presentation

    1. 1. Building Customer-Based BrandEquity: A Blueprint for Creating Strong Brands Kevin Lane Keller (2001) Presented by Jon Norris
    2. 2. Why Branding?• Simply put, building a strong brand provides numerous financial rewards to firms and as a result, becomes a top priority for many organizations
    3. 3. The “Branding Ladder”• “Meaning cannot be established unless identity has been created; responses cannot occur unless the right meaning has been developed; and a relationship cannot be forged unless the proper responses have been elicited” (Keller, 2001, pg. 5).
    4. 4. Customer-Based Brand Equity (CBBE) ModelAccording to the model, building a strong brand involves foursteps:(1) Establishing the proper brand identity, that is, establishing breadth and depth of brand awareness(2) Creating the appropriate brand meaning through strong, favorable and unique brand associations(3) Eliciting positive, accessible brand responses and(4) Forging brand relationships with customers that are characterized by intense, active loyalty
    5. 5. Customer-Based Brand Equity Pyramid
    6. 6. Brand-Building Implications• How do consumers THINK, FEEL, and ACT towards that brand?• The power of the brand and it’s ultimate value to the firm resides with customers• How do consumers respond to your brand?• This is totally dependable on the brand knowledge that has been created in their minds
    7. 7. Applications• 1. Why do certain categories or markets seem not to have any strong brands?a) Airlines and Banks, very few can be characterized as having truly strong brands despite the high public involvement.Thus, brands in these categories have been unable to:- Elicit positive responses and- Intense active loyalty Simply put, the brand meaning does not include sufficientlystrong, favorable and unique brand associations which as aconsequence means they fail to achieve resonance with theircustomers.
    8. 8. Southwest Airlines• Achieved resonance through a well-designed and executed marketing program, establishing brand meaning
    9. 9. • 2. How do strong brands get into trouble?- Diverse brands such as : Kodak, Oldsmobile, Montgomery Wards, Revlon, Miller Lite, and Kellogg’s have all experienced market downturns and a diminishment of brand equity- The CBBE model can explain how this might have happened.- The next figure will illustrate how Levi’s failure to innovate and stay relevant affected its brand image, ultimately leading to less resonance and a sizable drop in market share
    10. 10. 3. What makes a great online brand?- Some notable online branding success stories are Yahoo, E*Trade and Ebay- The strength of these brands can be seen in the resonance that they have achieved with consumers.- These brands established brand awareness through publicity and word-of-mouth and offered a compelling product and service with clear performance advantages.- As a consequence, they elicited positive brand response— Loyalty, attachment, community, and engagement, to varying degrees.- The next figure reveals how Amazon first achieved brand salience and a strong brand image on their way to achieving resonance with consumers
    11. 11. Summary• The CBBE model reinforces the fact that there are no shortcuts in building a brand.• The more explicitly the steps are recognized and defined as concrete goals, the more likely it is that they will receive the proper attention and thus be fully realized, providing the greatest contribution to brand building
    12. 12. “The Length of time required to build a strongbrand will therefore be directly proportionate tothe amount of time it takes to create sufficientawareness and understanding among customersso that they can form strong beliefs and attitudesabout the brand, which will serve as thefoundation for brand equity.”

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