Somewhere on the web is a product called Reputation Builder. It’s a smart web search tool that finds all the negative things people say about you or your brand web so you can do something about it. In this product’s world you build reputation by removing the bad. Kind of a negative way to build a reputation, no?
Rather than remove the negatives, why not build brands by organizing and enhancing the positive? Advertising most of the time shines light on the positive, but often ads don’t stick out. Or are not believable. Or say things that have been said ad nauseam. More likely, the advertising idea is quite disorganized over a period of time. If brands were buildings, many would be leaning towers , polished shacks or inverted A-frames. Too frequently brands don’t have architects. Long term architects. As crazy as it may seem, some web-based companies change brand strategy by the click.
So, let’s all think about building brand reputation by answering this question “My company has a great reputation for _________. Here’s a brand planning URL for you: www.Reputation4.com. Peace.