The line between brand management and marketing is confusing for many—however, both play a significant role in developing a business.
Let’s get a brief layout of both:
Brand management is responsible for creating the brand itself, managing how the consumers perceive the brand, the interactions and the environment the brand needs to achieve higher values.
While marketing handles the individual campaigns that promote the brand and generate engagement.
For a brand to succeed, it needs to align both strategies to reach the expected audience, as they hold a unique function.
Brand management is an ongoing work you do to maintain a consistent brand identity. It ensures that all content, communication, products, events, and stylistic elements align with your branding.
For example, good brand management can empower your product developers to innovate by indulging the brand in all decisions and events that the business is planning by clearly defining your brand’s positioning. It can also help your business hire the right people as the brand explains your enterprise’s value. It can even help customer service teams say the right things in the right way when chatting with customers, which further turns out to be a marketing tool.
Making the right plan in your brand management can:
- Boost your brand awareness
- Allow you to charge more for your products or services
- Influence your audience’s purchase decisions
- Build customer loyalty
- Increase sales or revenues
- Create happy customers that become brand advocates
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