Results for: Brands

In Slavery

What was slave branding?

  branding is when an imprint is burned onto the skin of a person or animal usually by using a metal object that has been heated over a fire.  different "signature" symbo (MORE)

Why is it important to study brands and branding?

Branding helps businesses differentiate themselves from each other. Successful brands are those who seem to run a 'monopoly' in their industries. They tend to control the indu (MORE)

What is branding value?

Branding is key to business success. It is the quickest way for the company to express what it is and what it can offer. Brand values include professionalism, innovation, insi (MORE)

What is brand advocacy?

Increasingly customers are relying more on third parties to make their buying decisions (rather than through traditional paid for communications such as advertising). These th (MORE)

What is the purpose of branding?

Branding is about building a compelling association between... your name (URL), yourcompany, your logo, your products or services. To associate a specific product with qual (MORE)

What are branded goods?

They are the opposite of commodities. Salt is a commodity. It is sold only on price. If you buy a trainload of salt and put it in bags with "Morton Salt" written on them, it (MORE)

Do marines get branded?

Well, simply put; Depends on your Unit, and fellow Marines. If you are in a unit of physcotically unstable soldiers, yes. Any other unit No. Dont let Jarhead the movie tell yo (MORE)
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What is brand proliferation?

  Brand proliferation is when a firm puts out new brand names under the same product lines.     For example, Huggies is a firm owned by Kimberley-Clark. Huggies is (MORE)

What is brand endorsement?

Brand endorsement occurs when an individual acts as a spokesperson  for a particular brand. Most brand endorsements are made by famous  individuals, such as athletes or acto (MORE)

What is a branded computer?

A branded computer is one that contains the name of the manufacturer on the front panel, such as Dell, Acer, HP, Sony, Toshiba, etc... This is as opposed to an unbranded, or " (MORE)