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    • CBBE Model: How To Build A Strong BrandPosted by Brand and Butter on January 26, 2010Strong brands are important.The challenge is to build a brand that is strong, unique and favourable – a brand that evokes positive,emotional feelings. A brand where customers react and experience positively to the brand’sproduct/services/ideas/people.We need to create a brand that evokes the desired positive knowledge structures: thoughts, feelings,images, perceptions, attitudes.But how do we build one?Building a brand isn’t as easy as it sounds, but there is a marketing model providing guidance forbrand building, called the customer-based brand equity model (CBBE model).The basic premise of the CBBE model is that the power of a brand resides in the minds of itscustomers. The CBBE model acts as a branding ladder, orbuilding blocks to guide a firm’s marketingprograms.Below is a diagram of the Customer-Based Brand Equity Model (CBBE model): CBBE: Customer-Based Brand Equity ModelCBBE PYRAMIDStart from the base of the pyramid and work your way up, building the blocks of a strong brand.
    • Step 1: Salience - talks about Brand Awareness (depth and breadth)Identity – Ensure customers can identify the brand and can associate the brand with a specific productclass or need.Depth of brand awareness: how likely the brand will spring to mind (recognition and recall) much thecustomer knows your brand when they see/hear about itBreadth of brand awareness: when the customer thinks about your brand, and the range ofpurchase/usage situations in which the brand comes to mind.Step 2a. Performance (2, 3, 3, 2, 1)Meaning – Establish meaning to the brand so that when customers think of the brand, theystrategically link both tangible and intangible brand associations with the brand.Performance dimensions:1a primary characteristics1b secondary features2a product reliability2b durability2c serviceability3a service effectiveness3b service efficiency3c empathy4a style4b design5 priceStep 2b. Imagery
    • User profiles, purchase and usage situations, personality and values, history, heritage andexperiences.- usually intangible aspects of the brand- can be formed directly; via own experiences- can be formed indirectly; via external marketing communications, advertising, word-of-mouth4 Main Intangibles:1. User profiles: person (demographic such as age, gender, race, income; psychographic such ascareers, attitudes towards life, social issues) or organisations (size and type e.g. “caring”)2. Purchase and usage situations: channel type (department store, online, boutique); location(inside or outside home), activity during usage (formal or informal, dine-in or takeaway)3. Personality and values: brand acts like a person e.g. modern, sophisticated, angry like HungryJack’s angry Angus Burger. Consumers often choose brands that they perceive and aspire themselvesto be like so the brand personality is consistent with their own self-concept; otherwise, consumerswho are “self-monitors” will be sensitive to how others see them, so will more likely choose brandswhose personalities fit the consumptiong situation.4. History, heritage and experiences: brands may use associations to relate to consumers’recollections of personal or shared experiences. Brands can become iconic by using these experiencesto tap into consumers’ hopes and dreams. e.g. L’Oreal use spokespeople from all ages (20s, 30s, 40,50s, 60s) for each of their products to tap into each market segment. By doing this, L’Oreal iscombining the experience from women of all ages who can share together their knowledge andpersonal experience with the brand. Also, the history behind the company, and the endorsements thatthese spokepeople make create a sense of hope and dream that one day a consumer who uses L’Orealcan aim to be like these spokemodels and feel like they are “worth it”.Step 3a. JudgmentResponses – Gauge customer responses to the brand identification and brand meaning.Brand judgments are personal opinions and evaluations about the brand.Judgment dimensions: quality, credibility, consideration, superiority
    • Step 3b. Feelings (strong and favourable)Feelings dimensions: warmth, fun, excitement, security, social approval, self-respectStep 4. Resonance (intense and active)Relationships – Convert the brand response to create intense, active loyalty relationship between thecustomer and the brand.Loyalty, Attachment, Community, Engagement