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  • It's to ensure damage to the brand Thatcher, to associate it with racism, and to extol the right-on vanities of hypocrites such as Jo Brand and Adrian Chiles.

    Biased BBC

  • It's to ensure damage to the brand Thatcher, to associate it with racism, and to extol the right-on vanities of hypocrites such as Jo Brand and Adrian Chiles.

    Archive 2009-02-08

  • Yellow Pages already has a dominant brand name recognition than its online competitor citysearch, but if they wanted to take over the Internet directory, then their Brand name presence can certainly do that.

    Interview With Citi Analyst Mark Mahaney On Yahoo/Microsoft/Google

  • In a well-constructed play there are one or more characters which are central to the action, in whom the spirit and problem of the piece are embodied, as Hamlet in _Hamlet_ and Brand in _Brand_; in every plot there is the catastrophe or turning point, for which every preceding incident is a preparation, and of which every following one is

    The Principles of Aesthetics

  • Some say that it's okay to be an early adopter because Apple has such a great brand (see Simon Spence's thoughts in "Pre-ordering the iPad: It's All about the Brand," 29 March 2010) or because the iPad has received glowing reviews.

    TidBITS: Mac News for the Rest of Us

  • • Should only be achieved once the brand identity has been established. let's recap A brand blueprint consists of a … • Positioning statement • Brand vision •

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  • • Should only be achieved once the brand identity has been established. let's recap A brand blueprint consists of a … • Positioning statement • Brand vision •

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  • Brand Aspirationals represent higher proportion of NB purchasers; significant brand differences Walmart Segment Differences by Brand 100% Unit Share 80% 42% 44% 44% 45% 56% 60%

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  • Our brand or business's role in this behavior (What we have or haven't done in the past that contributes to this behavior) What does actionable insight indicate that Brand or Company should do in order to drive new or modified behaviors?

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  • - they have the money to advertise and strengthen their brand name-They have paid design teams to create new deisigns-They are established so they have a network of contacts-Factories to produce their goods-Alredy have a Brand

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