Have you ever wondered what goes into creating a strong branding strategy? How are the top brands so easily recognized and remembered? If you are looking to improve your business branding, then brand consistency is king. In this post, we will share with you how to create a strong brand through consistency.

Get your branded username everywhere.

If you haven’t already, start by getting branded usernames for each of your online marketing channels. Take Hugo Boss. You can find them on all of the main social networks by typing in the website of the network, followed by hugoboss, or +hugoboss for Google+.

The last thing you want is to be like Apple on Twitter. Or more importantly, not Apple on Twitter.


Even if you don’t plan on using a social network immediately, it never hurts to create your presence on each social network and direct people to your website. Then, when you’re ready to use it, it will be there, branded and waiting.

Use the same great logo.

Your business’s logo identity is the heart of your branding strategy. It will be featured on your website, your online marketing channels, and your offline marketing collateral. You should use one logo consistently across everything related to your business.

One area where this is especially important is social media. In a lot of areas of the top social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, LinkedIn, YouTube, etc.), your business’s brand is represented by a small thumbnail image. Your fans who know you on one network will be able to easily recognize you on another if you use a consistent logo.

What you don’t want to do is this.


Instead, you want to do this.


Create a matching color theme.

Next, you will need a color theme for your brand. This is something that compliments your logo and represents your brand. If you think about the big brands…

  • Coca-Cola is red.
  • Red Bull is red and blue.
  • Southwest is blue and orange.
  • MasterCard is red and yellow.
  • Facebook is blue.
  • Apple is silver.

This color theme should be used similarly to your logo. It should be reflected on your website, online marketing channels that allow you to add a theme (like Twitter), and your offline marketing collateral. While it’s not as essential as your logo, it does add to the feel of your brand.

Send a consistent message.

The next part of your branding is your message. In some areas of your marketing, you will have the ability to share everything about your business and its mission. In other areas, you may only have room for a sentence or two.

Be sure to create consistent messaging for your brand. When you share that consistent messaging, it allows your audience to connect with your core messaging, no matter where they first encounter your brand.


Coordinate your promotions.

When your brand has a promotion, that promotion should be consistent across all of your online marketing channels. The easiest way to coordinate your promotions is through the use of banner ads on your website that match print ads in current magazines along with header and cover photos on your social media channels.


Aside from improving your branding strategy, coordinating your promotions will ensure that they reach as many people in your target audience as possible. This includes people who just visit your website, just visit your Facebook page, or just visit your YouTube channel learn about your latest products and offerings.

In Conclusion

You don’t have to be a major brand to use major-branding strategies. All you need is consistency throughout your online and offline marketing strategy to make a memorable impact with your target audience.

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About Evoke Idea Group, LLC

Evoke Idea Group, LLC is a full-service design and marketing creative agency providing award-winning marketing communications and graphic design solutions since 1996. For more than two decades, we’ve helped mid-to-large size B2B and B2C companies, marketing departments and breakout companies captivate and convert customers through print and digital campaigns. We serve a wide range of clients on a national, regional, and local basis.

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