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Do want to build a brand? Go sell some software. 

Want to improve your brand perception? Go sell some software. 

Want to have a distinctive brand visual territory? Go sell some software. 

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The Branding Mirage for Startups

Branding is a potential marketing rathole for startups, particularly early-stage ones. Startups who prioritise branding are putting the cart before the horse. Focus should be on product and business first - the real work to prove product-market-fit.

Branding comes after PMF. "You don’t ...

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6 elements of Branding

6 elements of Branding

Branding may seem a hairy topic but it can be broken down into: 

  • Brand targetingWho Do We Sell To?
  • Brand promiseWhy Do They Buy From Our Company?
  • Brand positioningWhy Do They Buy Our Product?...

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Brand Positioning for Startups

Positioning comes down to answering one of two questions:

  1. Why buy one? (Benefit oriented)
  2. Why buy yours? (Differentiation oriented)

Startups who are alone in defining their category need to focus on the first question. Those in crow...

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Brand Targeting for Startups

This is brandspeak for figuring out who you’re selling to.  Think STP (segment, target, position).

  • Figure out a mechanism to segment the market — e.g., by company size, by vertical industry, by adjacent systems
  • Target one or more of those segme...

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Brand promises for Startups

The high-level expression of why someone should buy from your company, often more simply known as the value proposition. For tech startups they tend to fall into a few patterns:

  • We are you (e.g., Mosaic, we built it for ourselves at Palantir).
  • We fixed it. We took ...

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Focusing on the logo and brand values before having a business is like putting the cart before the horse.

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