Definition of branding
: the promoting of a product or service by identifying it with a particular brand
Recent Examples of branding from the Web
Gwyneth Paltrow doesn’t shout her suppositions quite like Jones — no one really could — but her continuous self-branding and confidence make for a similar kind of assured fan devotion.
This type of branding is more in line with their Apple Watch Edition line, Forbes theorizes.
To be fair, while IBM (ibm, +0.48%) did set the table for this broad brush branding, other tech companies have taken up the cause with a vengeance, sprinkling AI like fairy dust on every bit of their software.
Rabe, records Jon Harrison for Michigan State University, had a knack for this kind of branding.
That, in turn, could help Amazon do better with pricing and promotions, branding and the overall store experience, said Robert Hetu, a retail analyst at Gartner.
A central paradox -- and to skeptics, the ultimate hypocrisy -- of this city's environmental self-branding is that, at heart, Rotterdam's economy continues to rely on the fossil fuel industry.
This skeptical approach might expect that some U.S. cities, companies and universities are jumping on the bandwagon for gains in profit, branding, tourism, etc., without devoting resources to mitigating climate change.
Look no farther than the successful branding of his billionaire self as a champion of working-class Americans.
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