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Brand leaders who are good at advertising can get great ads on the air and keep bad ads off the air.
You need to make decisions to find the sweet spot where your brand’s advertising is both different and smart.
To be different, you need to achieve a branded breakthrough, using creativity to capture consumers. Gain their attention amid the market clutter and link your brand closer to the story.
To be smart, you need a motivating message to communicate the main message memorable to connect with consumers, and make the ad stick enough to move them to see, think, feel, or act differently than before they saw the ad.
In our Beloved Brands book, I outline principles for achieving attention, brand link, communication, and stickiness—the model I call the ABC’s. I show examples of some of the best ads in the history of branding to support those principles. I hope to challenge your thinking about your brand’s advertising.
Brand link is not just about more of your brand, but rather the right engagement of your brand, and the placement of your brand. Sometimes less is more, when you tell stories.
This type of thinking is in my Beloved Brands book, can be found on Amazon https://lnkd.in/eF-mYPe or on Apple Books: https://lnkd.in/ekQ-n9X