7 Reasons why the Mobile Market is where you should target your branding

 Vanessa B  01/Sep/15  no responses.

How modernisation of your branding into new technologies will help your company.

When it comes to branding, there are many strategies which are effective. Yet, a great deal of the strategies fails to see the golden vein of mobile marketing. Recent research has shown that one out of every three people on the planet have a mobile tablet or smartphone. Facebook has reported that they have user accounts for one out of every seven people, and YouTube has stated that over a million videos are streamed each day. Now, consider traditional marketing and branding. You will see that although it is still important, that there has been a paradigm shift away from such mediums. Here are seven reasons why you should focus your branding on the mobile market.

Number One: mobile branding markets to the current masses

Branding which is geared to the mobile market maximises a businesses exposure. Where it may be that word of mouth carries a great deal of weight concerning a business’ brand, the internet is the new voice in which it is done. Internet usage on social media sites in the UK averaged 35 hours per month per person (As reported on thegaurdian.com )

Number Two: you have to have a website anyway, why not integrate it?

Any professional business needs to have a website. Due to the algorithm changes implemented in April 2015 by Google, those sites which are mobile friendly will receive higher SERPs (Search Engine Result Pages) than those which only have a laptop or desktop oriented page. Google is also discussing the integration of the social media into their algorithm. So to help your branding and SEO it is best to have it geared to the mobile market.

Number Three: mobile market branding establishes your business as modern

Businesses which use mobile technology, specifically in building their brand, are seen as being modern and up to date with the latest methodologies of business. Consider, if a business is relying only on business cards, a nice sign outside their business, and some local advertisement, their brand is really not saying “Hi, we are modern, we embrace technology”. Rather you are giving the message that you are set in your ways and that there is no bit of technology which will change that. Whether this may or may not be true, you do not want to convey that in your branding.

Number Four: branding through mobile media builds trust

One of the keys in having a great brand is having transparency with your business. If the consumer is made to feel like they can contact you through social and mobile media your businesses brand will become stronger, especially if you have a dedicated way in which for your customers to do so. Businesses which have no mobile and social integration are often seen as being distant and as trying to “cover something up”. If you want to establish a great brand for your company you need to be connected to the customers to whom you are selling your products and services.

Number Five: mobile marketing in your branding gives you quicker feedback for your business/services

Customer engagement and response time in the mobile world is almost instantaneous. You can quickly gauge how your brand is performing using customer engagement surveys, social media, apps, and so on. On the other hand, if you are not targeted to mobile marketing strategies in your branding, you have to rely upon field studies and analysing hard data. This is tedious, and realistically becomes outdated by the time it is completed. By allocating a great potion of your branding and marketing to the mobile market, your feedback upon your products and services will be guided quicker and more efficiently.

Number Six: brand accountability is maximized on the mobile market

Accountability is among the top things which make or break a business. If a consumer believes that a business does not care about their product or services, the business will fail. If a business has great services they need to build customer loyalty for the product or service. Whether you like it or not, your business is already being held accountable online. Posts and shares about your business are already on the internet. It would befit any business therefore, to ensure that they are focused on creating the branding that they want (and not give the power to the customer to create your brand) online.

Number Seven: mobile marketing is the least expensive and most extensive methodology to expand your brand consciousness

Where you may have a great brand and a great marketing team (which I hope you do), nothing will come close to reaching the market that your brand will reach if it is made for mobile marketing. With mobile marketing you can have apps for easy access to your brand, others can share and comment on your branding, the base is global, and you do not have anything but time that usually has to be invested.

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