If your brand delivers quality products and/or services, creates exceptional digital exposure and aligns with your customers’ values, then viewers will begin to associate your brand with positive emotions.
Wow, this website shows their products in a sensible order / the product descriptions are detailed and personalized / this makes me think of the wool bucket hats my Grandmother used to make in every colour / I want to contact the store tomorrow to see if they have this hat in stock and so on and so forth — the buyer’s process is attentive and resolute.
Timing differs on the other side, however. In marketing sales, process and planning may not always be aligned. We need to find ways to guarantee customer conversion, but how can this be done?
Like a beautiful calico print t-shirt you wore when you were thirteen or like a rain splattered window you peered out of on your way home from piano lessons, you developed their brand in the same way you developed your thought processes growing up. Hup 2 3 4, hup 2 3 4 and so on and so forth.
For example, viewers/buyers/customers are making the same, slow connections linking their own special life experience to what they are observing in your products and/or services. They will begin to recall your name and in the long-term, will remember who you are for what you produce. Then, the name you have chosen to attach to your products and/or services will become synonymous and eventually engrained in history.
This is the importance of material and conceptual brand development — once someone is able to automatically associate your brand name with positive emotions, they will become your friend for life.