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Building a brand is all encompassing. It includes your product or service and also includes your brand image, why you do what you do, knowing who you serve and so much more. You will never look at branding and positioning the same way after you listen to the episode.

Marketing is a spectator sport, and Jim Joseph is one of the industry’s most engaging and informative branding experts. Entrepreneur of the Year, Agency of the Year, Consumer Launch Campaign of the Year, Most Creative Agency, Best Place to Work, Social Media Icon, Hall of Fame ­ these are some of the accolades that Jim has amassed.

Jim is the Chief Integrated Marketing Officer and President of the Americas for Cohn & Wolfe; he is also an award-winning author of The Experience Effect and Out and About Dad.

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“Recognize people for who they are. Not who you want them to be.”- Jim Joseph

Highlights –

  • The difference between positioning and branding
  • The most important part of a great brand
  • Defining brand diversity
  • 3 free ways to better understand your customer
  • 2 techniques to make sure your brand doesn’t fall apart

Resources –

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  • The Creative Warrior Unleashed Jeff’s 6-month go-at-your-own-pace coaching program on How To Be Successful When You’re Marketing Yourself and Your Talent.

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Jim is generously offering his hardcover book “The Experience Effect” to the first six people who tweet him. Check out Creative Warriors Gifts Page where you can grab Jim’s offer as well as check out the free gifts from previous guests.

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