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Creative 1
(808) 847-2046
3070 Ukiuki P
Honolulu, HI
 
Cp Advertising
(808) 521-5391
745 Fort Street Mall
Honolulu, HI
 
Asa Marketing International Llc
(808) 591-8006
1311 Kapiolani Blvd Ste 501
Honolulu, HI
 
Cg International
(808) 955-5554
1451 S King St
Honolulu, HI
 
Abees Inc
(808) 923-7005
2222 Kalakaua Ave Ste 902
Honolulu, HI
 
Bright Light Marketing Group Inc
(808) 524-6441
1001 Bishop St Ste 900
Honolulu, HI
 
The Brand Management Group, LLC
(808) 294-1010
1050 Bishop St. #383
Honolulu, HI
 
Bedrock
(510) 832-6700
1034 Queen St
Honolulu, HI
 
Best International Marketing Group
(808) 924-2464
PO Box 88026
Honolulu, HI
 
American Business Marketing
(808) 738-5088
PO Box 10430
Honolulu, HI
 

Brand Positioning: Key Questions: Branding Strategy Insider

To apply positioning thinking to your own company's situation, here are six key questions to ask yourself:

1. What position, if any do we already own in the prospect's mind?

Get the answer to this question from the marketplace, not the marketing manager. If this requires a few dollars for research, so be it. Spend the money. It's better to know exactly what you're up against now than to discover it later when nothing can be done about it.

2. What position do we want to own?

Here is where you bring out your crystal ball and try to figure out the best position to own from a long-term point of view.

3. What companies must be outgunned if we are to establish that position?

If your proposed position calls for a head-to-head approach against a marketing leader, forget it. It's better to go around an obstacle rather than over it. Back up. Try to select a position that no one else has a firm grip on.

4. Do we have enough marketing money to occupy and hold the position?

A big obstacle to successful positioning is attempting to achieve the impossible. It takes money to build a share of mind. It takes money to establish a position. It takes money to hold a position once you've established it.

The noise level today is fierce. There are just too many "me-too" products and too many "me-too" companies vying for the mind of the prospect. Getting noticed is getting tougher.

5. Do we have the guts to stick with one consistent positioning concept?

With the noise level out there, a company has to be bold enough and consistent enough to cut through.

The first step in a positioning program normally entails running fewer programs, but stronger ones. This sounds simple, but actually runs counter to what usually happens as corporations get larger. They normally run more programs, but weaker ones. It's this fragmentation that can make many large advertising budgets just about invisible in today's media storm.

6. Does our creative approach m...

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