Brand Alchemy: Create Brand Names that Stick & Sell [Video]
24 March 2016, 09:13
MP4, AVC, 1280x720 | AAC, 64 kbps, 2 Ch | 1 hour | 431.43MB
How to make & name your ideas, techniques, and products FAR more valuable using “Magic” value-creating techniques!
Here’s a fact: Most things in life cannot be “transformed” into more valuable states very easily. They can’t be changed from one state to another… from one value to another.
Meaning…It’s not that easy to turn one dollar into two.
Or Turning a seed into a plant… too much hard work.
But through branding. Oh, yes…branding.
Branding is one of the FEW things that can be make things FAR more valuable – with an amazingly small amount of time, effort, and energy.
The way a product/service/idea is presented makes all the difference.
The name that you give your product or service is the highest- leverage Marketing you can do.
Say something one way, and no one listens. Say it another way, and people will do anything, head for the voting booths, or take out their cash.
Here’s the most important lesson you’ll learn in Product Marketing:
How You Say It Matters!
By saying something a slightly different way, you can TRANSFORM the value of something from very low… to very HIGH.
You may not be able to turn lead into gold easily, but you can turn your ideas into MONEY easily, if you understand this approach I'm about to teach in this course.
By the way, you can (and should) use this approach I’m about to teach you with your MARKETING. It’s one of the best things you'll learn in fact.
Go ahead join me and let's start the process of BRAND ALCHEMY.
What am I going to get from this course?
- Over 21 lectures and 1 hour of content!
- Create names for your products, concepts, and ideas that instantly pull your customer in and they won’t forget
- Talk about their products in a way that pulls customers in, instead of brushing you off.
- Learn the different techniques they can use to make sure their brand name is memorable.
- Come up with a business name that sticks every single time.
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