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Brand Loyalty and Promises Made

The art of connecting your brand with an engaged audience that cares, comes down to the promises made and delivered by your brand every single time.

As a video production house, we know first hand how critical it is to create messages that resonate and build brand loyalty. As I mentioned in my last post, Building Brand Trust, the formula for creating brand loyalty doesn’t begin with a story but with the master brand itself. It begins with the promises and unique values proposed by the brand.

The Importance of the Brand Promise

A master brand is not a logo, image or a company tagline. It is a claim of distinction backed by proof. It is the foundational values and excitement generated over those values, which the leadership within that organization proposes to it’s audience, it’s stakeholders or employees, the customers who purchase the final product…everyone it touches.

These value propositions reflect the promises made by leadership as they move their organization towards becoming brand empowered. However, making those promises and developing the master brand is only the first step. Helping employees to believe, embody and behave out of those promises is essential to building sustainable brand loyalty and ensure long-term profitability. It is vital that these promises become the culture within the organization.

Brand Promise Example

Video ProductionWhat does it look like to behave as an organization according to promises of the master brand? An example that is close to home happens here at Mission 3 Media. One of our brand promises is to be “creatively on-brand.” No matter what type of video we’re making, and regardless of the channel we are creating video for, it’s very easy to get pulled off-brand and head in the wrong direction. Whether we are doing broadcast advertising or video for the web, “creatively on-brand” means guiding our clients toward creating messages that flow through the lens of the master brand. We strive to uncover the promise that our clients want to make and how they want their audience to feel about their brand. We couple that with understanding the values of our clients’ ideal customer and then are able to help them craft creative video messages that connect with the targeted audience to build brand loyalty.

Our promise to be “creatively on-brand” is a guide through which we culturally function. Everything we produce is measured against that promise. Along with guiding us towards the finished product, this promise brings clarity of focus to us at Mission 3 Media helping us to improve and grow. We now know we need to be focusing on two main areas: skill of brand communication and creative video production techniques. Having this knowledge, we can drive our energy and resources towards delivering on that promise.

Building Brand Loyalty

Trust comes by delivering on the promises made, every single time. Employees who embody the brand promise create opportunities to build brand loyalty with their delighted clients. Over time this will strengthen their organizations competitive distinction and leadership in the marketplace.

What promise is your organization making to build a culture that encourages brand loyalty?

Joseph Noorthoek
CEO, Mission 3 Media

Comments ( 1 )

  • Linux VPS says:

    Finally, keep in mind that, in an age of diminishing organic reach , paid campaigns — especially those run through native advertising platforms — may be one of your better options for building your brand on social networks.

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