Have you done a brand analysis yet? We know this is a crucial step in the process of building and maintaining your successful brand. It involves examining various aspects of the brand, which include its positioning, messaging, audience, and competitors, to identify strengths and opportunities and to develop a strategy for improvement. It's just one small part of being a business owner.

The frequency of a brand analysis can vary depending on the specific needs and goals of your business, as well as the size and complexity of your brand. It is generally recommended to conduct a brand analysis on a regular basis to ensure that a brand is effectively meeting the needs and expectations of its target audience and to identify any potential issues or areas for improvement.

Some businesses may choose to conduct one of these annually, while others may do so more frequently, such as every six months or even quarterly. In some cases, it may be appropriate to conduct it more frequently, particularly if your business is experiencing significant changes or if the market or industry is rapidly evolving.

These are main reasons why you need a brand analysis for your brand on a regular basis:

To understand your brand's positioning:

How your brand is perceived in the market and how it compares to your competitors. This is important because your brand positioning determines the value you offer to your customers and the emotions you evoke in them. Looking at this photo you can see it identifies where the companies and their competitors stand and if they are sitting in the right position with pricing and quality in the retail market.brand positioning map

To identify your brand's unique value proposition:

What makes your brand unique and sets it apart from competitors. This is important because your unique value proposition is what motivates customers to choose your brand over others. The chart below shows that you need more than just one aspect of your customers and business to understand your unique position in any market and how you will talk to them.

value proposition graph

To develop a consistent brand message (THIS IS HUGE): 

This must resonate with your target audience. This is very important because consistent brand messaging builds trust and loyalty with your customers through all your touchpoints. It creates a value that they are looking for and will find with the copywriting, graphics, visuals and photography that you use with your products or services. 

apples brand message coke brand message

To target the right audience:

Building your target and key audiences is one of the most important things you can do for your business, not only does this help understand who you want to buy your products or services but creates goals and timelines for your brands future. This ensures that your marketing efforts are effective and that you are reaching the right people when you start to gain the quantitative data for selling your product or service. DO NOT SKIP THIS STEP.
target audience example

To stay competitive:

Be open to what the new technologies and features might have to help boost your business. This means you should be keeping you up-to-date on industry trends and the strategies that you see your competitors using (do not copy but understanding what they are doing might inspire other strategies for your own business). This is super important because it helps you to stay relevant and adapt to changing market conditions which are constantly changing in every market.


    One of the key takeaways we want you to understand about your brand is your competitors and your target audience is a key aspect to understand. We have made a 30 page questionnaire and checklist to understand more of your target audience and competitors. CLICK HERE to download the free competitor and target audience analysis.

    A brand analysis is essential for building and maintaining a successful brand. It helps you understand your brand's positioning, identify your unique value proposition, develop a consistent brand message, target the right audience, and stay competitive in your industry. So, let's just say it's VERY important and you should do it ASAP.

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