Marc takes the idea of branding and turns it into a brilliant and creative exercise. Using several tried and true methods, Marc takes the reader through a series of steps to help create the story behind your brand and then put it out to the people. The author creates something to help you create a brand that will stand out and that people will remember.
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Branding is ultimately the CEO’s responsibility and #1 priority. The brand dictates a company’s costs of sales, capital, and media. The goal of branding is to be unique, to stand out from the white-noise of me-too competition. Most CEOs allow their companies to copy or resemble their competitors. If people don’t “get” your company’s brand — its value proposition — within 15 seconds, they’ll resist purchasing from, investing in, and writing about your company. Or, they’ll ignore your company altogether. Hence, the title of this guide: Be Unique or Be Ignored.
A lot of people hear the word Branding and just think of all the same things that everyone else does. Which of course is completely counter productive. Marc Rudov’s book Be Unique or Be Ignored takes it all together and boils it down to something that anyone can understand whether you are a marketing guy or simply someone who has something that they think people will want.