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Elevating Your Business Through Brand Awareness


An out-of-focus woman stands behind a glass board, writing "brand" in red, with an arrow pointing to a list that says "awareness, recognition, trial, trust, loyalty."

Achieving brand awareness requires you to lay the foundation for a brand identity recognizable to your target audience. The result will be improved customer loyalty and a boost in sales. When you prioritize brand awareness, you’re smoothing the way for potential customers to understand your values and build trust in your brand.

Your brand is the representation of what your company stands for as a whole. These attributes or characteristics of your identity are represented consistently across your branding, including the logo, website, and content in everything from email campaigns to advertising to social media posts.

Establishing Objectives

Brand awareness should be built around objectives, as this will inform various decisions moving forward and add consistency to the content. The following are some of the key goals companies strive for in boosting their image among consumers:

  • Rise Above the Competition
    The stronger your brand identity is, the better chance you have of pulling consumers away from your competitors and to your brand.
  • Traffic
    Diving more traffic to your company website is often linked to brand awareness strategies. Furthermore, traffic to social media sites is also improved when the strategy is centered around brand awareness.
  • Market Reach
    You can continue to build loyalty among your current customers, but you can expand your reach with better awareness of your brand.
  • Reputation
    Image is everything. When the plan to boost your brand awareness is successful, the image improvements lead to a boost in reputation.
  • Loyalty
    Brand awareness success means consumers identify with various aspects of the brand. This develops trust that extends to long-term loyalty.

More than Just Attracting Customers

Companies that have strong brand awareness planning do more than attract consumers – they’re also trying to get the attention of talent. Growing companies on the lookout for quality applicants have a much easier time with hiring than brands that haven’t established solid brand awareness. Part of what attracts consumers also works in attracting employees, such as your company culture, which is also highly visible in branding. Consistent marketing content puts company culture on display to job seekers who are searching for a company that shares their values.

Building a brand awareness strategy from the ground up is not easy. But when you leverage specialized expertise from seasoned marketing veterans, you ensure an effective and efficient approach that saves you a lot of time and energy. Contact us at SJC Marketing and let’s talk about how to cultivate brand awareness.

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