Quotation Explorer - 'David Brier'

And while a brand is so much more than a company’s logo, the logo is one of the key ambassadors to any brand. - David Brier
Social media isn’t a brand strategy. Social media is a channel. While it’s important for a brand to develop something to say, it’s more important to create something that will be heard. - David Brier
Who are we, and how do we relate this idea in a way that’s meaningful to our customers and the values they hold dear?In other words, one must define something meaningful. To do that, one must identify to whom this must be meaningful. - David Brier
So it comes down to scarcity, one product or service having qualities you won’t find everywhere or ideally, anywhere. It’s the job of every brand to seek that out as their standard, their stamp. - David Brier
A great sports car that goes from 0-60 in 3.9 seconds is just a fact. To the wrong audience, it’s irrelevant. But to the right audience, it’s a passion. - David Brier
The biggest mistake brands make are trying to sell their stuff rather than clarifying what people are actually buying. - David Brier
Ideas are the currency of innovation. - David Brier
Branding is the art of differentiation - David Brier
Consumers today have become a cynical mob of buyers who believe the reviews and ratings of complete strangers much more readily than your brand's promises and distinctions. - David Brier
When it comes to branding and the ever-changing social media phenomenon, you’re not a mushroom. In other words, you shouldn’t be kept in the dark and fed a pile of...well, you get the idea. - David Brier
Why do some brands grow explosively when others (that could be thriving) die a lonely and forgettable death? - David Brier
Evidently, one thing seems to have more value in direct proportion to whether or not we feel we have the freedoms, joys or conveniences of that thing. - David Brier
The opposite of value is a commodity item with little or no perceived value which means people are not seeking it out and when they do, it’s merely one of the many choices (so very likely the cheapest offering will get the sale). - David Brier
It becomes a question of 'How do we convey our differentiation instantaneously?' and drive a wedge between any apparent (or assumed) sameness in the marketplace. - David Brier
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