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Ep50: A guide to building a buzzworthy brand

Uwem November 14, 2017 151

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50 episodes!!! Wow!

Thank you for joining in this journey of learning, we have lots more in store you and will be unveiling our plans as they mature.

What makes the best companies standout? Is it their brand colours, logo, product, services, staff? What makes a product or service great? How did great brands get loyal customers?

How then can you be buzz worthy?

You can do this by having a Unique Selling Point. Show the customers why they must choose you over others, this is what gives you a competitive advantage compared to your competitors. You can increase your competitive advantage through:

  • Patents
  • Contracts/subscriptions
  • Speed of service delivery
  • Easy of use
  • Cheaper (not cheap)
  • Better
  • Niche
  • Human

In our podcast today, Tunde Phoster speaks on how a business can become buzzworthy and the steps to take to make your startup stand out:

Listen to our conversation below:

Don’t be regular, Be Different” – Tunde Phoster”

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