Tag: Brand marketing

Brand Storytelling: How to Hit The Bull’s Eye

March 15th, 2017   •   2 comments   

Is your brand story as compelling as The Hunger Games? (source of image)

Struggling to grab the attention of your prospect? Finding it a challenge to attract customers to your business?

Perhaps you’ve been telling the wrong story – if at all.

Thanks to a recent episode of the terrific Perpetual Traffic podcast, I learned how we can craft a compelling story to capture the hearts – and wallets – of our audiences.
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Sharpen Your Brand Story With This Easy Formula

October 12th, 2016   •   no comments   

Create Business Storytelling Magic with ABT

Courtesy of Imagination.com

Driven and ambitious, you were one of the stars in your company. You excelled in whatever you do, and are well liked by your boss, colleagues and subordinates.

But one day, dark clouds rumbled. Your company was acquired by a global MNC.

Due to “surplus headcount”, many of your colleagues were made redundant. Rumour even has it that your job is next on the line!
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Why Micro Influencers Matter (And How You Can Work With Them)

May 11th, 2015   •   1 comment   

Why Micro Influencers Matter

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What or who influences you the most in your buying decisions?

  1. Advertisement in the newspaper;
  2. News report featuring an interview with a CEO;
  3. Consumer review reports on an online forum;
  4. Pop-up display ad on your mobile;
  5. Endorsement by your favourite celebrity; or
  6. A friend or family member’s recommendation.

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Twitter Is Not a Strategy: Book Review

January 7th, 2015   •   1 comment   

Twitter Is Not a Strategy

How do we build strong brands in the digital age? Should brand marketers “bow to algorithmic salvation”, allowing data and process to ride roughshod over inspiration and creativity?

Chairman of JWT Asia Pacific Tom Doctoroff provides compelling answers to these burning questions in his latest book Twitter Is Not A Strategy. Author of the book What Chinese Want, Tom argues in his new book that “new-media cleverness” cannot be a panacea for marketing. Rather, effective marketing begins with deep customer insights that translate into a great brand idea that is media-agnostic.
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