Marketing potential of any product is based on recognition and quality. Name based recognition happens with a variety of products. We have Paul Newman salad dressings, Robert Redford productions, George W. Bush policies, and Oprah Magazines; the list goes on. Each of these has a unique emblem of success, their name and face. No other product can compare; no other is similar.
Brand your market effectively with recognizable eloquence. Your name adds purpose, power, and punctuation to an otherwise bland product. Without your name, you would be unrecognizable by most forms of communication. Brand your market with simplicity and style: your name.
Originality swamps the market these days. Build a better burger became a sub-sandwich and fish and chips evolved into pizza, but meat is still meat no matter how you slice it. However, everybody recognizes Caesars, McDonalds, Long John Silvers, and Quizno’s. Name sells. Who are you?
At Pizza Hut, anyone could be in the kitchen cooking pizza. But at Little Ceasars, everyone knows Nero is spinning the dough, dealing the pepperoni and tossing the cheese. Name has impact. Be somebody. Be known. Be recognized. Get the recognition you deserve by putting your name on a quality brand product and standing on the face of prosperity.
A few benefits of branding the market with your name:
· Your name becomes a Google AdWord
· Your name becomes recognized
· Your name connects the product to you
· Your name reaches the audience
· Your name becomes memorable
· Your name locates your work on Search Engine Searches
Unabashedly plastering your name across some prosperous product slams impact into the sales market, branding your product with an identifiable title. Your name packs a power punch, focusing the client on integrity, enthusiasm, quality, and recognition. It’s commonly assumed that if your name is on the product, it contains quality. Use that assumption to market your product: you.
Copyright © 2005 – Jan Verhoeff