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#81: Brand Building 101 With Pamela Wilson From Big Brand Systems

January 12, 2014

How do you build an E-commerce brand from scratch? Pamela Wilson from Big Brand Systems joins us this week to break down the step by step process to get started. Make sure to check out a free branding toolkit she created just for our listeners here.

Topics Discussed:

  • How branding has changed in the past 25 years
  • Why the ideal customer exercise is the most important task
  • How to get out of your own shoes and into the customer’s mind
  • Determining if you have the right audience or wrong audience
  • Crafting a story around the identity of your ideal customer
  • The #1 mistake that makes your marketing weak and ineffective
  • Talking to customers and doing a brand audit

 

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Episode Length: 46:13

 

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  • Wave Tribe

    Really great interview, so much awesome information about brand building. Thank you Terry & Pamela.

    • Thanks – the pyramid structure is pure gold!

  • Great show Terry! I loved the method of starting with the audience, moving through messaging and USP, and then focusing on design elements. Valuable interview. Thanks Terry and Pam!

    • Certainly makes the path of branding something more clear I’d say.

  • Bruno Arruda

    Great show… thanks for the amazing work Terry… It seems like when you start to pay attention to something, everything seems to SCREAM the important message, and the one it is getting out loud at my ear at this moment is CUSTOMER VALUE and the implications you and Pamela nicely discussed.. Thanks very much both of you, very inspiring…

    • Bruno Arruda

      just to complete… the message is getting from all over the place 🙂 with podcasts, blogs, specialists and good old marketing books 🙂

      • Old-school business stuff that’s being presented on a different medium now!

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