What’s the Difference Between Branding and Marketing?


by Trey Scales

A lot of people think that branding and marketing are two words that explain the same thing. The truth is, they’re different tools that work in harmony. Without one, you can’t succeed in the other. Let’s jump into the differences and why you need to excel at both for your business to succeed. 

Brand Power

Let’s start with Branding. A successful brand creates user loyalty, emotionally connects with customers, and provides credibility to your products, services, and organization. Your branding efforts should focus on creating a positive perception in the mind of your audience. Branding conveys your identity and why you do what you do.

Marketing Matters

Marketing is how you get your brand in front of your audience. Successful marketing involves presenting your brand elements in a way that builds an ROI and a loyal customer base. Marketing comes in many forms. From social media to website design, and from organic to paid ads. You’ll want to use a combination of marketing tactics that work best for your business.

The Dynamic Duo

You may have a killer brand, but without strong marketing tactics, nobody will know about it. 

You may have strong marketing skills, but without a brand that resonates with your audience, you will be wasting your time. That’s why it’s so important to invest in both branding and marketing. 

Our team of experts at Lokal Media House has years of experience in both branding and marketing. We’d love to help you create the perfect marketing for your brand. Reach out to us and let’s make waves!

 

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