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The Brand Personality Framework
Watch to learn about the Brand Personality Framework and how it can be applied to marketing! Consumer Behavior Fall 2016 Giana Iannacone & Carolyn Sacco
Views: 4120 Carolyn Sacco
Realization of Brand Personality
Transcription: In 2015, Apple was ranked the most valuable brand in the world with a $145.3 billion valuation. Ranked third, Google’s brand was assessed at $65.6 billion, which is even greater than their revenue in the same year. Even though a brand is an intangible asset, it’s arguably the most valuable a company owns. One factor that contributes to its equity is brand personality, which is a set of human characteristics that consumers attribute to a brand based on any part of the company they perceive. In addition to increasing brand value, a well-developed brand personality helps recognize and relate to a company’s target market across cultural boundaries. It also aids in identifying companies with similar audiences to form marketing partnerships. Moreover, brand personality increases the number of things consumers associate with a company and the frequency they’re reminded of it in their day-to-day lives. All things considered, a strong personality distinguishes a brand from its competitors. To better understand brand personality, social psychologist Jennifer Aaker outlined five dimensions that should be seen as spectrums – excitement, sincerity, ruggedness, competence, and sophistication. Every marketable entity is measurable on each spectrum. Companies on the high ends embody those dimensions while those on the low ends have different, not inferior, personalities. Brands closer to the middle have less identity and effectiveness. Now let’s look more closely at each of the five dimensions. Firstly, the dimension of excitement is daring, spirited, imaginative, and up-to-date. On the high end, Red Bull is a prime example. From the head-butting bulls on their logo to their slogan’s promise to “give you wings”, they sell exhilaration. Coca-Cola, on the contrary, is on the low end of the spectrum because it’s more traditional, timeless, and classic. It appeals to a tamer audience than its highly exciting counterparts. As the fourth most valuable brand in the world, Coca-Cola shows that being low on a scale is not a bad thing. Next, companies high in sincerity are projected as down-to earth, honest, wholesome, and cheerful. They appeal mainly to family-oriented and small-town markets. One example is the Disney channel. It shows friendly, kid-appropriate programs like Austin and Ally. On the other end of the sincerity spectrum, companies embody an edgier, uninhibited persona like MTV. They appeal to a much more mature audience than their highly sincere counterparts with unwholesome shows like Jersey Shore. The third dimension of brand personality, ruggedness, analyzes how outdoorsy or tough a brand is perceived to be. Companies high on this spectrum are masculine, western, and marketed primarily toward men. On the opposite end, brands are soft, feminine, and marketed primarily toward women. Old Spice is high on this spectrum with ads showing exaggerated, muscular men promising to make customers manlier while dove shows natural, curvy women promising to make customers feel beautiful. Another measure of brand personality is competence. Entities high on this scale project reliability, intelligence, and success while companies lower might promote compassion, open-mindedness, or equality. The right wing is high on the spectrum because it promises voters strength and stability by legislating a powerful military, traditional ideals, and fiscal freedom. The left wing, on the other hand, supports public welfare programs, progressive ideals, and a regulated economy to create peace and fairness. Lastly, sophistication is the quality of being upper class and charming. Companies on the high end sell to those who believe high prices equal high quality and status. To demonstrate, Gucci’s website sells one pair of men’s jeans, and it is listed at $990.00. Conversely, the Levi’s website offers men hundreds of jean options for as low as $16.90. They, as well as other brands low in sophistication, have relatively low prices to appeal to the working-class. In place of glamour and status, they sell practicality. In conclusion, Jennifer Aaker’s five dimensions – excitement, sincerity, ruggedness, competence, and sophistication – provide a framework for better understanding brand personality. If well-defined, a brand personality creates a connection to consumers that differentiates their products or services and increases memorability. Using this knowledge, an owner or marketing team can develop and implement a strategic marketing direction to create a valuable brand and ultimately a successful business.
Views: 3179 Mollie Garcia-Cash
Aaker's Brand Personality Model: A Modern Case Study
It's been 20 years since Jennifer Aaker published her 1997 study 'Dimensions of brand personality' in the Journal of Marketing Research. Unlike a lot of theoretical marketing concepts born out of the 20th century, Aaker's model has somewhat stood the test of time. Link to blog post - http://trendjackers.com/brand-personality-case-study/
Views: 2466 Trendjackers
Berkeley Haas Dean's Speaker Series - David Aaker: "The Power of Brand Personality"
David Aaker, E.T. Grether Professor Emeritus of Marketing and Public Policy, Berkeley-Haas Professor will speak on "The Power of Brand Personality" Aaker will discuss a remarkably useful perspective on your brand—namely brand personality. It can elevate the understanding of customer motivation, self-expressive benefits, and customer attachment to a brand. It can even be the key to communicating functional benefits. Brand personality can be traced to the colorful era of motivation research which provided both theoretical and methodological basis for using the concept.
Views: 1455 Berkeley Haas
How to Determine Brand Personality
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http://youtube.com/savvysexysocial // You've probably heard me talk a lot about brand personality. It's a really important aspect of developing the voice of your business as well as how to attract your ideal clients through likability. But I realized that even though we discuss ways to convey personality, we haven't discussed exactly how to determine what it is for your particular brand. Every brand personality is going to be vastly different. It has a lot to do with your business goals, the people within your organization, and how customers want to connect with you. So in today's video, I'm giving you some direction on how to navigate this task which will not only help your network build an emotional connection but help you understand how you can do that. What are you business goals? You're not going to all this trouble for nothing. Keeping your business goals in mind is always important because everything you do should be a step in that direction. But it's also a good place to start of how to define the overall theme of your presence. Who is the personal connection? Every brand needs to have an individual that people can connect with. It may not be as blatant as the face of weekly vlogs on a website, but it might just be the person who responds to tweets and people know they can count on. People connect with people, not logos. So take into consideration the person you're putting at the forefront of connecting with your audience and whether their personality might be playing into your brand's. What topics are fair game for your brand? You can't be all business all the time. If you want to stay focused on a general theme, that makes a ton of sense. But that doesn't mean you can't address things on a fun level that you may not have ever talked about professionally but can keep conversation light with your network in between. Great example. Absolutely anyone that talks about any type of food for a living could definitely make fun of the new holiday flavored Pringles. Unless you have site that promotes such a thing (which I don't hate on) this would be my #1 priority now to tweet and laugh about with followers. Get an idea of the playfulness that you want your brand to convey and make it policy for your community manager (even if that's you). It will remind you that even though you want to pimp out those blog posts and coupons, you need to have a little fun, too. How do you build your brand personality? Triple S, ep. 69
Views: 8097 Amy Landino
Brand Yourself: How (And Why) To Create Your Brand Personality - Dan Lok
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Views: 7343 Dan Lok
What's the difference between identity design and branding? Is a logo a brand? What is a brand? 3 things you might not know about identity design and branding from Executive Creative Director Chris Do. 👉Subscribe: https://goo.gl/F2AEbk Annotations -- 01:36 Identity versus branding 04:28 Branding is only what others say/feel that you are 07:45 Think more, make less 09:43 How to define the brand 12:30 Putting together logo examples 13:59 Let's Design & Sketch 19:20 Common mistake: depending only on the computer 20:38 Find designers with a deep knowledge of a subject rather than do it yourself. 22:26 Working through logo examples, and hand off the example to your choice designer 26:45 Summary Media Drop -- The Brand Gap - Marty Neumeier Story: Substance, Structure, Style, And The Principles Of Screenwriting - Robert McKee Special Thanks to our Sponsors: Shutterstock - http://www.shutterstock.com Media Temple - http://mediatemple.net This is Ground - http://thisisground.com Links Discussed in This Episode: CORE Really Explained: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4BEt_o9bCk CORE Brand Attributes Webinar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5l4i3PZucHI CORE Defining the Brand: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e916gMCWVKI CORE session Alignment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOeIG_WDesw _________________________________________________ Listen to the Futur podcast on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-futur/id1209219220?mt=2 Android Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/aaron/the-futur Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/listen?u=0#/ps/Itg3hr5bs4a54w73o2toxcr4vhe HOW TO SUPPORT THE FUTUR: Purchase a Kit:https://www.thefutur.com/shop/ subscribe to the secret and private Master mind group on FB with bi-weekly webinars & exclusive videos not released anywhere else. Music on the show from Art-list.io http://goo.gl/22VpQi Use our Amazon Affiliate Link: http://astore.amazon.com/chrisdo-20 Buy useful design tools from Creative Market: https://creativemarket.com/?u=ChrisDo Get your business cards printed at Moo: http://www.moo.com/share/qn6x98 _________________________________________________ Need brand strategy help? Visit Blind LA’s WEBSITE: http://blind.com Jose Caballer: http://bit.ly/josecaballerTwitter Chris Do: http://bit.ly/theChrisDoTwitter Purchase a CORE Kit: http://bit.ly/myskooltools
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บุคลิกภาพตราสินค้า Brand Personality
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Views: 994 angkana eankul
Brand personality: Does it Work?
Andy Rice draws on examples like Nandos and Netflorist to encourage brands to explore their personalities more. He goes as far as to quote David Ogilvy's famous line: "You can't bore people into buying your product!"
Views: 805 Radio 702
Lecture 6: Personality and self concept
Lecture on the impact of personality on consumer behaviour
Views: 3218 Steven D'Alessandro
04 - Culture of Success - Determining Your Brand Personality
Brand archetype quiz: http://marketingideas101.com/branding-101-discover-your-brand-archetype-quiz/ Brand archetypes described: http://marketingideas101.com/marketing-articles/branding-101-12-brand-archetypes/ What is a brand archetype? Archetypes are a concept originally conceived by famed Swiss psychologist, Carl Jung. In marketing, a brand archetype is a genre you assign to your brand, based upon symbolism. The idea behind using brand archetypes is to anchor your brand against something iconic—something already embedded within the conscious and subconscious of humanity. In the minds of both the brand owner and the public, aligning with a brand archetype makes the brand easier to identify. Remember: You have a personal brand you show to the world. You have the power to define your personal brand, just as you define an organization's brand. The most common 12 brand archetypes include: The Ruler The Sage The Innocent The Explorer The Creator The Caregiver The Magician The Hero The Outlaw The Lover The Jester The Regular Guy or Gal Matt Schoenherr of the web design and web hosting company, Dreamscape Multimedia, discusses how to determine your brand personality and how knowing your brand personality affects your marketing efforts. More small business marketing ideas may be found at http://marketingideas101.com.
Views: 986 Matt Schoenherr
How to Define Your Brand Personality | Live Case Study
https://healthymarketing.com.au Krishna Everson, Health Marketing Strategists demonstrates how to define your brand personality. Read the full blog here: http://healthymarketing.com.au/brand-personality/
Views: 67 Krishna Everson
Story of Aaker’s Brand Personality Scale Criticism
This is audioslide presentation of my research article accepted for publication in Spanish Journal of Marketing, a Elsevier Journal. This presentation will also appear next to my article as soon as article is published online on ScienceDirect. Once article is ready and available online, the below given direct link will be activated: http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/doi/10.1016/j.sjme.2017.07.003?goto=sd
Views: 109 Ajay bhagasra
Brand Personality
In this lecture, student will study about brand personality which the consumer can relate and an effective brand will increase its brand equity by having a consistent set of traits
A brand is just like a person - it is defined by its personality.
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Brand Personality
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Views: 63 Atthawut Songarwut
The Power of Brand Identity
Empower your business. Discover the power of a brand identity.
Views: 15 Totally Enterprise
Personality Branding 101: What Is A Personality Brand?
Personal Branding Specialist and Media Coach Randy Lane gives you tips on extending your brand on video. We coach media personalities, business professionals, entrepreneurs, sports personalities and music artists. Visit www.randylane.com for info.
VMS Brand Personality
My response to this question... Think about the role that your favourite VMS (vitamins, minerals and supplements) brand plays in your life. Now imagine that your VMS brand was a person. What would they look like? What would their personality be like? What would their lifestyle be like? made with ezvid, free download at http://ezvid.com
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Brand personality
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Views: 793 Nattamon Pengsuwan
Brand Personality by iGina
We discuss what Brand Personality means Download our free DIY brand tool kit today https://www.igina.net/brand-canvas/
Views: 117 iGina Marketing
Brand Personality by Dawid Schaffranke
Hey guys this is our video about Brand Personality. We will talk about: What is Brand Personality? How does it work in consumers minds? Why is it so important to have it, when bringing a live your Brand? Made by Dawid Schaffranke and Produced by Jose Malbec. For any doubts or questions. Just contact us or feel free to check our social media @brandingdoctors. We also have our web page: www.brandingdoctors.de
Views: 702 Branding Doctors
Brand Personality
The specific mix of human traits that are exhibited by a brand visit: www.b2bwhiteboard.com
Views: 3806 B2Bwhiteboard
Understanding the 12 Brand Personalities or Archetypes
Brand Magic Episode #4 Time to delve deep into each of the 12 brand personalities. Which one could you be? Are you Sweet, Salty or Spicy? Do you even know if you have a personality for your brand at all? This is the framework from which a strong, connected and engaged brand grows. Settle in and let's have some branding fun! www.brandpersonalities.com.au
Views: 9 Debbie O
Characteristics of a KILLER BRAND | Personality
Characteristics of a KILLER BRAND | Personality Want more? hotbrandaction.com
Views: 375 Shenee
How to bring your Brand Personality to life through design| How to Build Your Brand | Ep 4
This week's we're diving into bringing your brand personality life through design. . Find out how I use Fiverr to develop my business name and logo! http://www.toastmeetsjam.com/build-your-brand/brand-personality Shop the brand: http://www.livefreelyco.com Leave your comments below and join the conversation over at http://www.toastmeetsjam.com You’re watching Toast Meets Jam TV- advice, interviews, and inspiration to help you make a living doing what you love. Like this video? make sure to subscribe to Toast Meets Jam so you never miss an episode! You can find more Toast Meets Jam on: - Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/toastmeetsjam - Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/toastmeetsjam - Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/toastmeetsjam - Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/toastmeetsjam - I'm Perfect: http://im-perfectmagazine.com/author/tmj-collab/
Views: 1592 Jen A.Miller
4 Brand Personality
Views: 412 Per Bergfors
Consumer Behaviour - What is Brand Personality?
Hello all! This is a group video presentation for Consumer Behaviour unit BMA262. All clips and music are for fair use and educational purpose. Editing: Sanchit Paul Narration and Script: Michael Zou, Yiorgo Mellas, Sanchit Paul, Wenhao Qian, Sarah Molnar and Lydia Newton
Views: 1042 Harrison Thomas
Does Your Brand Have a Personality?
Ida Cheinman, principal and creative director of Substance151, talks about the difference between brand personality and brand behavior.
Views: 50 Ida Cheinman
Brand Personality Examples 2018
BRAND PERSONALITY EXAMPLES 2018 Is too much personality in your brand a bad thing? We explore this topic in today's episode of Commuting Bites. How to build your brand is all about personality and brand identity. FREEBIE Guidelines for your next professional photo shoot. The Ultimate Photo Session Companion Guide: inacoveney.com/8 SUBSCRIBE So you don't miss another episode of Commuting Bites! inacoveney.com/youtube WEEKLY Q&A I will be LIVE answering your questions every Friday at 9:30 AM EST on Facebook at fb.com/femaletrailblazer Want me to answer your question in the next livecast? Ask it here: inacoveney.com/askina Commuting Bites with Ina Coveney EPISODE #7 Featuring Amanda Goldman-Petri, MarketLikeANerd.com Facebook: fb.com/femaletrailblazer Twitter: twitter.com/inacoveney Instagram: instagram.com/inacoveney Join our Facebook group for a more personal touch: fb.com/groups/alifewithoutregret Thank you for watching Brand Personality Examples 2018!
Brand Personality Harley Davidson
This video is about Brand Personality Harley
Views: 485 Bob Kaplitz
3 Reasons Why Brand Personality Matters
Personality Creates Originality
brand personality
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How To Build A Personality Brand
Presented by Jeremy Haynes of Megalodon Marketing
Views: 418 Alex Haynes
How to Develop a Brand Personality!
Taking time to define your brands most human characteristics – like what books it would read – may seem bizarre and that’s because the process is kind of bizarre! But this video is going to explain why developing a brand personality is absolutely necessary to grow your business. In this video we go over: + What a brand personality actually is… because we all need to learn to walk before we can run people! + How developing a brand personality will round out your business. +And the step-by-step process we (and now you!) can use to develop and define a brand’s human characteristics. Grab your free brand personality worksheet here: https://saltdesigned.com/blog/creating-your-brand-personality --- Add a dash of Salt into your design and business life with The Shaker Sessions from Salt Design Co.! saltdesigned.com/ Follow us on social: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/saltdesigncompany/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SaltDesignCompany/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.ca/saltdesignco/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SaltDesigned
Views: 57 Salt Design Co.
Shaping Your Brand's Personality
http://www.onceadaymarketing.com What personality does your brand have? Jim Glover, That Branding Guy, discusses how to shape your brand's personality in his Once a Day Marketing video advice. Quick Glimpse: Brand personalities are like people personalities.
JackTV Brand Personality 2016
Views: 185 Solar Entertainment
How To Strengthen The IDENTITY & PERSONALITY Of Your Clothing Brand
ONLINE COURSE: https://instagrammarketingforclothingbrands.com/ FACEBOOK GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/243380772810772/?ref=bookmarks In this video, Rob goes super deep into branding and talks about what creates loyal customers. The key to branding is discovering your identity and expressing that identity through your brand personality.
Views: 1498 Apparel Success
Discover your Brand Personality with Kaye Putnam
DOWNLOAD DIGITAL FREEBIES: http://www.mimikacooney.com SUBSCRIBE to my channel: http://youtube.com/c/mimikacooney BECOME A PATREON for $1: https://www.patreon.com/worthyrevolution SHOP for MERCH: http://www.worthyrevolution.shop SOCIAL MEDIA https://www.facebook.com/TheMimikaCooney https://www.facebook.com/WorthyRevolution https://www.instagram.com/MimikaCooney https://www.instagram.com/WorthyRevolution https://twitter.com/MimikaCooney ABOUT: Learn more http://www.mimikacooney.com South African born Mimika Cooney is a multi-passionate creative, activist, TV host, published author, speaker, serial entrepreneur, branding strategist, online marketing maven, award winning photographer and filmmaker. Mimika was nominated by Huffington Post as one of "50 Women Entrepreneurs to Follow in 2017". She is a seasoned interviewer having hosted her own web TV show/podcast since 2013. After experiencing severe rejection, bullying and a broken childhood; Mimika spent years accolades addicted to approval in the pursuit of finding her worth, validation and confidence chasing achievements. Then God stepped in to heal her hurts, change her heart and awaken a passion for helping others seeking their purpose in life. Mimika is passionate about empowering and equipping others to fulfill their God given purpose by sharing the message of God's grace with a world lost in negativity. Mimika has written two faith based best-selling books available here http://www.mimikacooney.com/books Mimika loves to spark honest conversations, blaze a trail where others fear to tread, and infuse positivity wherever she goes. She is known for building community, creating connections and helping others tell their story with passion and purpose. Learn more http://www.mimikacooney.com
Views: 358 Mimika Cooney
Part 2: Defining the Brand
http://www.skoolcore.com Annotations: -- 1:07 Brand Attributes Exercise 2:46 Timeblock the agenda to keep the discussion focused 4:01 How would you describe the brand? 5:19 Who are you as a culture? In this second part of the Skool OS CORE videos you will see Jose explain the process to the Trojan Storage Client and start the first exercise; defining core attributes and coming up with a core brand statement. Tell us what you think: http://www.twitter.com/theskoolrocks https://www.facebook.com/theskoolrocks Follow us on Twitter: Chris Do http://www.twitter.com/I_mdoughboy Jose Caballer: http://www.twitter.com/josecaballer http://www.twitter.com/blindla http://www.blind.com http://www.theskoolrocks.com
Views: 21316 The Futur
video three brand personality
All small business owners have a brand;; whether you choose to manage it with intentionality or not is up to you. This is the third video in a series about branding I'm creating for small business owners. In this video, you'll learn about the difference between appealing on facts and building personal relationships that lead to loyalty. I own a small business marketing firm called A-Cubed Marketing Services. We're in Southern California. Prior, I ran major brands in corporate America for twenty years with some major corporations. I also teach at several local universities on the subjects of branding, advertising, marketing research, business communications and so-forth. . My company helps small businesses clarify what their brand message is and then we work with our clients to evangelize their product lines and services through digital and traditional methods. We build websites, manage social media programs, provide consultation and much more. . Do you need help to grow to the next level? Call me! Joe Hines A-Cubed Marketing Services 714-872-0561 [email protected]
Views: 188 Joe Hines
Brand Positioning Strategy
After you've established a brand promise it's time to work on your brand positioning strategy. Jim introduces a framework to help you better understand your business in relation to the market.
Views: 4438 snapclass
RED BULL Brand Personality Hack
Utility Drawer @FEP An exemple of a Brand Personality Hack. Credits by: https://www.instagram.com/luisamd9/
Views: 78 Louis Days

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