The Brand Hero
This Month was an excellent class I begin to learn more about branding and storytelling. The class could have gone a little more in-depth on branding; however, one of the main things that have stuck with me was the storytelling. I learned that most great brands have a unique story. I learn during week three, when we begin to write our brand story for our client. That there is a difference between telling a story and marketing.
Traditionally we are accustomed to having some type of call too acting that we forget the aspect of telling a story. By making the customer, the star of the brand storying and presenting the brand as a hero shows the customer how your brand saves them from their issues.
Another form of storytelling has a clear beginning, middle, and end. Having this knowledge, I can apply with my current clients need and also share with our shareholders that we need to go back to the drawing board and rewrite our story. By rewriting our story from selling to show precisely how we are the hero will increase our clientele. Telling our story on social media should also increase our organic engagement.
Knowing that storying telling is always changing, I look at how daily we are surrounded by man stories daily. The story of any company that we tell should somehow become the hero in someone’s business that makes their business great. The greatest lesson that I learn out of the class was that the brand must be the hero in the eye of the consumer.