Think of a popular company and I bet you’ll also recall their branding. The arches of McDonalds. The brown of UPS (so strong they even developed the color into a nickname for the company). The lamp and lightbulb of Pixar Entertainment. The Gap suffered a corporate identity no-no when they attempted to redesign their long established logo. It took such a hit (ridiculed as being bad design) that they reverted back to their original font and navy. Branding includes the various elements of a company’s identity that makes it easily recognizable.  Logo, color, font, style all are separate building blocks that create what is known as Brand Identity. When marketing your business, it’s best to have your brand identity established. These elements carry over into your promotional materials, newsletters, marketing, as well as into your social media strategy.

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