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How To Launch Or Re-launch A Brand Or Product Online Effectively

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From the reasons for a re-brand to the best way to establish a presence online, we cover everything you need to know.

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How To Launch Or Re-launch A Brand Or Product Online Effectively

  1. 1. (Re-) Launching a Brand or Product Online Effectively Samantha Noble 1
  2. 2. What is a Brand? “A brand is not what YOU say it is” “It’s what THEY say it is” “The Brand Gap” – Marty Neumeier @Koozai_Sam
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  4. 4. Reasons for a Re-Brand Overcrowded market place Brand confusion Buy out or merger New product or service line Reinvent your business @Koozai_Sam
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  6. 6. One Name Fits All Do you want one name across all products? Will your logo work visually? @Koozai_Sam
  7. 7. The Family of Brands Do you have a variety of brands to push? Do they need to link back to the main brand? @Koozai_Sam
  8. 8. The Unrelated Brands Do your products reach out to different audiences? Are your individual products strong enough to stand alone? @Koozai_Sam
  9. 9. Competitor ResearchThe first step in research should be your industryand competitors. Who do you like? What do they do well? What don’t you like? How could you do it differently? @Koozai_Sam
  10. 10. Branding Agency/SpecialistEngaging a specialist can be useful. Some thingsto consider: Credibility Location Price Time investment Ownership The WOW factor @Koozai_Sam
  11. 11. Your Brand Name What do /Brainstorm Easy to don’t you Ideas Spell like? Easy to Memorable DifferentiatePronounce Social TLDs Protectable ProfilesAvailable? ? Available? @Koozai_Sam
  12. 12. Trademarks Trademark specialist Trademark classes and locations Time scale Renewal date @Koozai_Sam
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  14. 14. Planning Stage Secure the trademark Decide on a date to go live Register and redirect domains Claim all social profiles Update all company documentation Review your brand consistency Keep it on a ‘Need to know basis’ Inform rest of the team (close to launch date) @Koozai_Sam
  15. 15. Domination Dominate the SERPs Register Social Entities Update Profiles Link Building @Koozai_Sam
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  17. 17. Go Live! Avoid Fridays for launch Get all the team involved Triple check everything has been updated Inform all active and prospective clients Press release Blog post Drip feed mentions throughout the day Monitor for positive/negative feedback Setup Google Alerts for your old brand name Use Google Images to search for your old logo and update Monitor old Twitter account for @ messages @Koozai_Sam
  18. 18. No Time toRelax! Keep Growing! @Koozai_Sam
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  20. 20. Don’t keep checking your domain availability @Koozai_Sam
  21. 21. Register all the domain names you like (even if you don’t decide to use them) @Koozai_Sam
  22. 22. Use the IPO website to get a understanding of whichtrademark classes you want to be listed in (http://www.ipo.gov.uk) @Koozai_Sam
  23. 23. Give a clear brief to anyone working on the project @Koozai_Sam
  24. 24. Keep the project on a‘need to know basis’ @Koozai_Sam
  25. 25. Monitor mentions of your brandname to keep up with positive and negative press @Koozai_Sam
  26. 26. Use a service like Knowem to register social profiles (www.knowem.com) @Koozai_Sam
  27. 27. Put your Page 1 Domination into action NOW @Koozai_Sam
  28. 28. Think about how you want your brand to grow @Koozai_Sam
  29. 29. Samantha Noble @Koozai_Sam Sam.Noble@koozai.com /Koozai /Koozai 30
  30. 30. ResourcesSlide 2Quote Source – The Brand Gap by Marty NeumeierImage Source - http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-photo-19148501-transform-your-thinking.php?st=897875cSlide 3Image Source - http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-photo-18118913-well-known-brand-names-printed-in-a-magazine.php?st=897875cSlide 6Image Source - http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-photo-15806600-time-for-change.php?st=897875cSlide 7Image Source - http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-photo-5457175-blueprint.php?st=897875cSlide 13Image Source - http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-photo-15274873-research.php?st=897875cSlide 16Image Source - http://en.fotolia.com/id/147179Slide 19Image Source - http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-photo-16273103-domain-names.php?st=b46b6feSlide 20Image Source - Fotolia - http://en.fotolia.com/id/35868795Slide 23Image Source - http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-photo-16892985-social-media-stuff.php?st=b46b6fe 31
  31. 31. ResourcesSlide 24 – Purchased from FotoliaSlide 26Image source: http://www.datadial.net/blog/index.php/2009/02/25/ryanair-is-their-attitude-to-online-pr-part-of-a-bigger-reputation-problem/Slide 27Image credit: Todd Barnard (http://www.flickr.com/photos/ronin691/5790934897/)Slide 28Image: Daysofthundr46 (http://www.flickr.com/photos/10542402@N06/5725281370/)Slide 29Image Source - http://en.fotolia.com/id/7457312Slide 30Image Source - http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-photo-15773379-monopoly.php?st=b46b6feSlide 33Image Source - http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-photo-16506589-sunbathing.php?st=b46b6feSlide 35Image Source - http://en.fotolia.com/id/31534569 32

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