Why is Rebranding Important?


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Branding helps people recall your product or service. Your brand helps you standout from the rest of the competition. What’s unique to your brand that other brands don’t have? What gives you the upper hand? Your brand is a representation of your company. It can leave a legacy, but what if the legacy your brand is leaving isn’t a good one? Rebranding could be the answer. Rebranding gives you the opportunity to change the outlook of your brand. It’s a do-over or even a fresh start in some cases. It’s a chance to reposition your product or service. Rebranding is all about strategy.There are two reasons why a company might want or need to rebrand.  It could either be for proactive or reactive reasons.

Proactive Rebranding

Rebranding is sometimes viewed as having a negative connotation, however this isn’t always the case. With proactive rebranding a company is taking advantage of a possible opportunity, or taking initiative in avoiding a potential threat. For instance, a company could be expanding and wanting to appeal to a greater audience. This would be a proactive reason to rebrand. It’s better to be safe than sorry, and if rebranding means becoming more successful why not take that chance.

Reactive Rebranding

Reactive rebranding (here comes that negative connotation) occurs when there is a significant event that forces a current brand to change. This could be anything from your company merging with another company to legal issues or negative publicity. In this situation rebranding is almost a necessity. It can give you a new beginning and fresh start that your company deserves.

Are you looking to rebrand your company? CEA Marketing Group is a full-service advertising agency that can do just that. To find out more check out our website.

 

 

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