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It should come as no surprise that humans are emotional creatures. Marketers have long recognized the fact that emotions play a key role when consumers are talking about or purchasing products in categories as disparate as those represented by brands. Over the past decade, emotional branding has emerged as a highly influential brand management paradigm. Among marketing practitioners, this relational, communal, participatory, sensory, and emotive view of consumer– brand relationships is increasingly heralded as a central pillar of market differentiation and sustainable competitive advantage. Emotional connections are universally important, and managing those emotional bonds pays off handsomely. Some companies are very good at creating emotional connections with their customers. Most, however, are not. Companies that is successful at creating emotional connections benefit from stronger results, not only in cash flow and profit, but in market share. Emotional connections aren’t static. They ebb and flow and the results can affect a company’s long-term business success.

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  • 1. EMOTIONAL BRANDINGPresented by: A.Raj Shravanthi 12-601-001 1st Ph.D (ABM)

2. A traditional scenario of marketCompany A Company BProduct / ServicesConsumerCompany CIn a traditional market scenario, the company is catering to the consumer. The number of competitors are small. In these markets the companies can come with advancedtechnologies and other strategies to capture more market share. (The size and power of the players is important.) 2 3. Current Scenario Company A Company BProduct / ServicesConsumerCompany CIn complex markets, the differences between companies are not much. The companies can not differentiate much themselves from others on the basis of quality and technology etc. factors as all the companies are competent enough. This scenario explains the need for the differentiation for the 3companies.http://www.emotionalbranding.com/Blog/Blog.aspx 4. WHAT IS BRAND? A brand is not a product. It is a promise that the consumer is aware of (sometimes vaguely) when they buy and it is a promise that is kept and delivered by their experience with what they bought. Brand is also a form of trust - a guarantee in customers' minds that they are getting something they know they can rely on, time after time. It becomes a useful short cut to reliability. 5. EMOTIONAL BRANDING THE ONLY FACTOR BECOMING SCARCE IN A WORLD OF ABUNDANCE IS HUMAN ATTENTION. --KEVIN KELLYEmotional branding is a very powerful means of increasing ones market share and creating brand loyalty by triggering emotions of customers. 6. Where does the brand hit? HEAD Pantene Shampoo smart, intriguing, stimulating, end benefit HEART Cadbury Chocolate emotional/experiential, sensual, beloved, trust GUT fasttrack watches cool, have to have it, thats me 7. REALITY TO UNREALITY LIFESTYLEFLASHY DESIGNEMOTIONAL BRANDINGIMAGEGLITZY AD 8. Company practicing Emotional Branding why ?These are the reason why companies are following Emotional Branding in order to stay in the market.8 9. Exampleeg. of DOVE soap. Dove is not just a soap its a dream a dream of becoming delicately beautiful , by using a very gentle soap. When she buys it , she actually does not buy the tangible soap, but her purchase is driven by her dream an eternal dream that every girl cherishes to become gorgeously attractive. The tangible Dove soap, together with the imagery created around the brand, has a decisive effect on the consumer. The same can be said for Fair & Lovely and other beauty products. 10. Attaching Emotions to brand, HOW? Security Appeal Safety and security Medications, vitamins, etc. Uses cognitive dissonance Threat or fear of bad breath, hair loss, dandruff, body odor, etc.Lust Appeal Using the product will attract the opposite gender. Such as, Perfumes, Branded cloths.10Love And Sentiment Associated with a close and happy home life. Baby products, pet products, foods, cameras, greeting cards.Brand Ambassador Uses athletes, celebrities. You will be like your hero, if you use the product.Commercial Writing Appeal Attention Interest Desire Action 11. COLOUR BRANDING COLOURS HAVE THE ABILITY TO CHANGE PEOPLES EMOTIONS. 12. CRITERIA: TECHNICALINTRINSICGoverning Emotional BrandingCOMMUNICATIONTOUCHINGTHE HEARTEXTRINSICPRICE 13. EXTRINSIC CRITERIA: ATTRACTIVE PACKAGINGTANGIBLE FEATURES DESIGN/LABELLING IF YOURE BEAUTIFUL I WILL LOOK AT YOU..APPEAL INTANGIBLE FEATURESCOLOUR BRAND NAME 14. Gobes four pillars of emotional branding 15. E B: BENEFITS Functional BenefitEmotional Benefit 16. Functional Benefit-Differences in product features are often referred to as functional benefits. Some products offer speed, advanced technology, lighter weight or improved safety; these products are easily differentiated by their brands functional benefits.Emotional Benefit- Express how you feel when you use the brand. 17. Vocabulary of Emotional Branding Think of consumers as people Create products as experiences Convert honesty to trust Change quality to preference Shift notoriety to aspiration Switch identity to personality Revert function to feel Make communication a dialog Transform service into a relationship 18. Key Mandates for Emotional Branding: From Honesty to Trust: The govt. authorities, consumer groups and the people in general have an increasingly rigorous standard for products and will rate very quickly what needs to be on shelf and what doesn't. The issue regarding the presence of pesticide levels over the permissible limit in the soft drink Coca-Cola has really deteriorated the trust people had in the brand. In Kerala, both Coke and Pepsi has been suffering from this account. Trust is one of the most important values of a brand and it requires real effort from corporations. One of the most powerful moves towards building consumer trust was retailer's implementation of the "no questions asked" return policy some years ago. 19. From Notoriety to Aspiration: Being known does not mean that you are also loved! Notoriety is what gets you known. But if you want to be desired, you must convey something that is in keeping with the customer's aspirations. Reliance Industries is a household name in India with operations in a wide area covering petrochemicals, refining, textiles, telecom etc. But the company's recent malpractices in the telecom sector are not something that a customer would aspire emotionally. So more than visibility, a brand has to be inspirational. 20. Most valuable Global Brands20 21. IQ Test for Brand Awareness and attached Emotions. .21 22. Continued.Thanda Matlab 23. Continued.KuchMeethaho jai