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What's significant about co-branding?
 
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Americus Reed II, Associate Professor of Marketing, Whitney M. Young Jr. Professor, The Wharton School
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Brand Name vs. Generic
 
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What is the difference between brand name and generic products? AsapTHOUGHT TASTE TEST: https://youtu.be/rYmon9AO1os Subscribe for more: http://bit.ly/asapsci Written by Mitchell Moffit, Gregory Brown, Amanda Edward and Rachel Salt GET THE ASAPSCIENCE BOOK: http://asapscience.com/book/ FOLLOW US! Instagram and Twitter: @whalewatchmeplz and @mitchellmoffit Clickable: http://bit.ly/16F1jeC and http://bit.ly/15J7ube AsapINSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/asapscience/ Facebook: http://facebook.com/AsapSCIENCE Twitter: http://twitter.com/AsapSCIENCE Tumblr: http://asapscience.tumblr.com Vine: Search "AsapSCIENCE" on vine! SNAPCHAT 'whalewatchmeplz' and 'pixelmitch' Created by Mitchell Moffit (twitter @mitchellmoffit) and Gregory Brown (twitter @whalewatchmeplz). Send us stuff! ASAPSCIENCE INC. P.O. Box 93, Toronto P Toronto, ON, M5S2S6 Reference / Further Reading [1] http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1852907/ [2] http://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/compound/ibuprofen [3] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ibuprofen_brand_names [4] https://www.cadth.ca/generic-drugs/similarities-and-differences-between-brand-name-and-generic-drugs [5] http://www.capsugel.com/media/library/excipient-requirements-in-the-formulation-of-solid-oral-drug-forms.pdf [6] http://www.fda.gov/Drugs/ResourcesForYou/Consumers/QuestionsAnswers/ucm100100.htm [7] https://advil.net.au/what_is_pain/difference.html [8] http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26455677 [9] http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26132680 [10] https://www.sciencebasedmedicine.org/generic-drugs-are-they-equivalent/ [11] http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26561521 [12] http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26620809 [13] http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23700299 [14] http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25222387 [15] http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22174986 [16] http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/02/22/generic-prescriptions_n_6730194.html [17] http://www.businessinsider.com/generic-drugs-vs-brand-name-2014-5 [18] http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs40261-015-0351-1 [19] http://www.hindawi.com/journals/jtrans/2011/480642/ [20] http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/whats-the-difference-betw-2004-12-13/ [21] http://www.cbsnews.com/news/viagra-to-go-generic-in-2017-according-to-pfizer-agreement/ [22] http://www.salk.edu/about/history-of-salk/jonas-salk/ [23] http://jama.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=181562
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Ingredient branding - Marketing en 60 segundos
 
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Creado por Milena Morales Montero fuentes de información: https://laculturadelmarketing.com/co-branding-como-estrategia-marketing/-
5 Successful Rebrands And What You Can Learn From Them
 
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A brand is more than the company name and logo, but a strong brand starts with a great name and logo design. Whether you're starting a new business or have an existing business, ask yourself: does your logo reflect your true brand? If it doesn't, consider rebranding your business. A good rebrand can shed new light on a business, connecting it with customers in new and effective ways. Rebranding can be intimidating but it doesn't have to be. Here are examples of brands that used proven strategies in their successful rebrands. Invest in your brand today to be more successful tomorrow. Download the STAND OUT Ebook at http://library.crowdspring.com/stand-out-business-ebook/?utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=rebrandingfailures_video_desc Looking to create a brand customers love? Get help from crowdSPRING's community of over 200,000 creatives: https://www.crowdspring.com/ * Join us on FB: http://FB.com/crowdSPRING * Tweet us: http://twitter.com/crowdSPRING
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How to Grow Your Brand With Giveaways and Viral Contests
 
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ABOUT THIS VIDEO: Sean Azari, the founder of Breakthrough Social (Digital Marketing Agency), provides you with a few examples on how you can create viral giveaways to promote your brand. Please leave your questions/thoughts in the comments below! Thank you again for watching & if this helped make sure to Subscribe for more weekly videos! SUBSCRIBE ⬇️ http://bit.ly/SeanAzariYouTubeChannel VISIT MY WEBSITE http://www.SeanAzari.com BREAKTHROUGH SOCIAL (SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING AGENCY) http://breakthrough.social
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Make Your Own Plant Rooting Hormone 🌿 All Natural 2 Ways!
 
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It's easy to make your own all natural & organic plant rooting hormone at home. Use it to accelerate root growth of cuttings and prevent infections, You can also use it to water seedlings to stimulate stronger roots and prevent disease. Learn how to take hardwood cuttings from grapes, pretty simple stuff! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Cz5B8Twc6M ♥Certifiably Organic♥ Colorful Canary, Healthy Living Recipes, Reviews & DIY's http://www.colorfulcanary.com Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/colorfulcanary Twitter: https://twitter.com/ColorfulCanary Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/colorfulcanary Google+: https://plus.google.com/1172411842002... ♥ ♥ ♥ I created or have permission to use all photos and videos in this video. I own all of its all original content. Intro Music: Bensound Buddy "Royalty Free Music from Bensound" http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music/track/buddy Background music: Audionautix.com http://www.audionautix.com/Saved/CCrelease.jpg And/Or Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Please give credit if inspired by my creations :) I encourage everyone to have fun and be creative! The content on this channel are my original creations, if you have been inspired to use or expand upon my content for commercial use (on your website, blog, book or YouTube channel) Please give credit to colorfulcanary.com. Let me know and I'll link back to you :) Thank you ♥ ♥ ♥
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20 Shampoos in India Ranked from Worst to Best
 
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Have you ever read the ingredient list of your shampoo? If you haven’t then let me tell you this, it’s scary. There are many toxic chemicals in shampoos which are linked to hair fall, irritation, illness and even cancer. Shampoo is something which most of us use on a regular basis. And if you are unknowingly using a shampoo which is toxic, it is doing more harm to your hair than good. Using such shampoo will gradually weaken your hair and you may face issues like dandruff, hair fall and also diseases. It is very important to use a shampoo which is gentle on the hair and the underlying skin. So, which shampoo is the best? Let us find out. 01:39 - CATEGORY #1 - - WORST OF THE KIND - They have more than 10 toxic chemicals in them. 02:37 - CATEGORY #2 - FAR FROM THE BEST - They are better than shampoos in category #1 but are far from the best. 03:01 - CATEGORY #3 - UNRELIABLE - They do not mention the complete list of ingredients on the bottle. 04:25 - CATEGORY #4 - BEST IN THE MARKET - They do not have any toxic chemicals, synthetic colors and artificial fragrances. Source: http://www.biodizionario.it/ BEST PRODUCTS FROM WORST TO BEST SERIES Best Shampoo - https://amzn.to/2JOFON2 Best Face wash - http://amzn.to/2FKXqsd Best Deodorant - https://amzn.to/2qJ2R4M Best Sunscreen - http://amzn.to/2DdMgJw Best Face Cream - https://amzn.to/2J4eVF4 Other Toxin Free Shampoos in India by: Vilvah - https://amzn.to/2JyE5v9 The Moms Co. - https://amzn.to/2Jv0hWL Rustic Art - https://amzn.to/2Jx9vSC Juicy Chemistry - https://juicychemistry.com/product/baobab-rosemary-tea-tree-anti-hair-fall-dandruff-control-shampoo/ Just Herbs - https://justherbs.in/product/dandruff-control-ayurvedic-soya-protein-shampoo-200-ml/ MY GEAR Camera - http://amzn.to/2t7uXdv Mic - http://amzn.to/2oKxLYq I hope you found this video helpful. Well, if you did, please do LIKE | SHARE | COMMENT Please SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYC6... Already subscribed? Hit the bell Icon SOME OF MY MOST POPULAR VIDEOS: Which Toothpaste is the best? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RfinWpg9MYY&t=3s Which bathing soap is the best? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgx6nHUNILg&t=140s 10 Foods you will never eat knowing how they are made. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ci6viCNdAjI&t=673s 5 Foods Wrongly Marketed as Healthy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=peM93I89TQU&t=414s Full day of eating for muscle gains https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2knVu... How to reduce belly fat in 1 week? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=718DN... Top 10 Cheapest Protein Foods in India https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOAaM... How to get rid of Man Boobs? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLsl3... Cheapest fat burner in Rs 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtN6u... Diet Plan for weight loss https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-X639... Grocery Shopping for a Healthy and Balanced diet. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6whI1... Music Credits : YouTube Audio Library I wish you good health. Fit Tuber.
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6 Elements of a Leading Brand (+ Examples from Winning Companies)
 
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How do you build a leading brand? Take cue from these 6 companies that are killing it in their game. READ MORE: http://inc-asean.com/grow/want-leading-brand-cant-one-without-6-key-ingredients/ ------- • Write Effective EMAIL SUBJECT LINES [+ Examples and Tips] https://youtu.be/aVqGRAGIwzo • Offline Marketing - How to Integrate with Digital Marketing and Why Brands STILL Need This https://youtu.be/QYQbjo4Mlgg [Low-res video for preview purposes only]
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eTalks - The Secrets of Food Marketing
 
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Think you aren't being fooled by advertising tricks? Take a look at this so-called expert revealing food marketing's secret weapon. No amount of marketing makes factory farming acceptable. You can stop the spin at http://www.ciwf.org.uk/truth ------------------------------- This film was created by Catsnake (catsnake.com) for Compassion in World Farming (CiWF – ciwf.org.uk). For more information, please visit: ciwf.org.uk/truth We would like to give a big thank you to all those who helped with the project and the individuals who assisted in bringing the project to life: Cast: Actress: Kate Miles Crew: Director: Edward L. Dark Writer: Stephen Follows Producer: Lucy Fazey Executive Producers: Stephen Follows & Edward L Dark Editor: Rob Garwood Casting Director: Annelie Powell Production Designer: Jenny Ray Graphic Designer: Vincent Chatell Stage Manager: Gareth Weaver Costume: Giulia Scrimineri Camera Operator: Steve Brook-Smith Camera Operator: Anthony Gurner Camera Operator: George Simpson Sound Recordist: Sean Plunkett Production Assistant: Lauren Allen On Set Runner: Jessica Zuniga Speakers and Performers: Host: Tom Allen Paleoanthropologist: Ella Murray Astrophysicist: Ricarda Beckmann Burlesque Dancer: Scarlette Belle Shot on Location at: The Yard Theatre in Hackney Wick
Top 10 Food Additives to Avoid
 
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Read it: http://top-10-list.org/2014/05/24/top-10-food-additives-avoid/ Like Us: https://www.facebook.com/top10listorg Join us: https://plus.google.com/+Top-10-listOrg/ There is no doubt that most of the packaged food we buy at the grocery store is full of harmful additives, preservatives, and artificial flavors and colors, but once in a while you come across some innocent sounding names that may not sound so suspiscious but upon investigation you find out that they are quite harmful. The most exposed victims to the dire consequences of additives are families that enjoy consuming mainly processed foods. Because some are more toxic than others, next time you are heading to the supermarket to shop for groceries, watch out for the Top 10 following additives: 1. Artificial colors. Artificial colors are actually made from coal, as in the stuff they burn to generate heat and electricity. It was not ever meant as food to start with, and should never be added in food now. 2. Artificial Sweetener Research has found that the artificial sweetener is a popular contaminant in waste water, surface water, and ground water. Recent tests have taken water samples from 19 U.S. drinking water treatment plants serving more than 28 million people to be examined for sucralose. Don't let any brand name or slogan fool you. Sucralose is not just any magical calorie-free sugar, despite Splenda's famous slogan, "Made from sugar, so it tastes like sugar." 3. Trans Fats: Have you ever walked in Taco Bell and on their menu board it says we only utilize Trans Fat oils. Don't be conned by the signs, it is not good news for your diet, in fact it means the opposite. 4. Caffeine: Caffeine can be naturally found in tea, coffee, and cocoa. It can equally be added to many soft drinks. It is one of the few drugs -- a stimulant -- added to foods. Caffeine is dangerous as it promotes stomach-acid secretion, raised blood pressure (temporarily), and dialates some blood vessels while constricting others. 5. Sodium Sulphite: According to the FDA, approximately one in 100 people are allergic or have a sensitivity to sulfites in food. Individuals who are sulfite sensitive may suffer from asthma, headaches, breathing problems and rashes. 6. High Fructose Corn Syrup: High fructose corn syrup is a highly-refined artificial sweetener which is the No.1 source of calories in the United States. It is found in almost all processed foods. HFCS packs on the pounds faster than any other ingredient, elevates your bad cholesterol levels, and contributes to the development of diabetes and tissue damage. 7. Potassium Bromate: Potassium bromate is one of the best dough improvers in the bakery business. Under controlled baking conditions, potassium bromate is converted into potassium bromide, a harmless additive to consumers. Scientific evidence implicate the bromate substance with possible carcinogens and has been removed as an acceptable additive for flour treatment. 8. Sodium Nitrate: If you fancy meat and especially processed meat products, then it is mandatory to check the percentage of sodium nitrates/nitrites that these foods contain. Because the nitrates are a preservative, they are generally considered harmless. However, when they enter the body and are digested, they break down into carcinogenic substances. The nitrates are known to be hazardous to health and have even been some attempts to vote it out of the meat industry. Yet, they are not banned form the industry simply because they have the ability to turn the meat bright red. 9. MSG Flavor Enhancers: The MSG flavor enhancer constitutes an excitotoxin known to cause over-excitation of the cells, even to the point of severe damage and death. At the same time, studies show that the E621 or MSG disturbs the hunger neurotransmitters to the brain, particularly the ones that are associated with the saturation sensation and hence, it is yet another factor that can contribute to obesity. The Monosodium Glutamate can be typically found in soups, chips, dressings, frozen foods and other aliments found in restaurants. 10. Sulfur Dioxide: At this point, the use of sulfur dioxide (E220) is completely forbidden in the US and several countries in Europe. The most common utilization of sulfur dioxide in the food industry comprised of maintaining the appearance and taste of dried fruits and vegetables. While it may preserve the taste and looks, the substance will surely destroy important nutrients present in these aliments (vitamins B1 and E).
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The Insider's Guide to Writing Clickbait Titles - The Secret Ingredient of Viral Marketing
 
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Welcome to "The Insider's Guide to Clickbait Titles - The Secret Ingredient of Viral Marketing". (see what I did there?) Have you ever noticed that websites such as Buzzfeed, Mashable and UpWorthy get tens of thousands of social media shares? Perhaps you've wondered why so many people "Like" your YouTube video on Facebook, but only a handful ever click through to watch it? The reason is that clickbait titles are more tempting than a transparent headline. While 8 out of 10 people will read your blog post title or YouTube title, only 2 out of 10 will click through and read your blog post or watch your video. This just shows you that your choice of title (or headline) will determine if your content will be popular or not. If you want people to click on your blog post titles and read your articles then it's advisable that you use a "clickbait title". Here are the rules you need to follow: Rule #1: Your clickbait title should be 6 to 7 words. If they are too long people will feel overwhelmed. If they are too short they won't be descriptive enough which means people won't know what your blog post is about. Also when it is 6 to 7 words it fits nicely within Google's search results. Rule #2: Use adjectives. When you use words like: "best", "incredible", "unbelieveable" and "try", people are more likely to click on your titles. Rule #3: Use the current year within your clickbait title. When you are writing guides or detailed content, including the year helps with click-throughs. For example, if you wrote a post on creating a blog, your title may be, "How to Start a Blog [Updated in 2020]". Rule #4: Use tools like Portent Headline Generator. It will help you come up with creative ideas. All you have to do is enter a keyword and the tool does the rest. Rule #5: Checkout Copyblogger's headline formula. Copyblogger has created generic titles that work and just require you to enter a keyword. They provide 10 generic headlines that should work for your blog. Rule #6: Know your readers. When you know your readers you can create headlines and titles that are more related to them. For example, most of my readers are marketers that are just starting off. So when I create a title such as "How to Market Your Website When You Have No Money" the content tends to get read and thousands of social shares. Why? Because it is very relevant to my blog readers. Just follow the 6 rules above and you will do well. If you want to go viral, then combine your clickbait titles with clickbait featured images (or clickbait thumbnails for a YouTube video). Thanks for watching "The Insider's Guide to Clickbait Titles - The Secret Ingredient of Viral Marketing". Don't forget to click "Like" and to subscribe to my YouTube channel.
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Examples of Halal and Haram Products in Some Markets - Sayed Aqeel Shah
 
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During our weekly Thursday night program, Sayed Aqeel Shah discusses some Islamic Rulings related to Food Ingredients, illustrating some examples of Brands which are doubtful. Al-Rasoul Islamic Society, Halifax - Canada
How To Build A Brand | Sub Branding Testimonial Examples | Brand Strategy
 
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http://www.howtobuildabrand.org/ Brand Strategy Testimonial Examples when you are building more than one brand. Find out more on our website or become a fan at facebook.com/BrandExpertTips. The brand strategy programme is working really well for Stuart, especially as he has a number of brands. Watch this video to find out what Stuart thinks of the How to Build a Brand programme. For further help or advice, please get in touch with our friendly team at [email protected] If you like what we do here, you may also like to join us on Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook, where we share daily video tips on branding, website design, communications strategy, marketing, video marketing, online marketing, success case studies, brand horror stories, business growth tips, etc... You can find these at: www.facebook.com/BrandExpertTips www.twitter.com/BrandExpertTips www.pinterest.com/BrandExpert/Tips Take care and we shall very much look forward to seeing you there too!
Best Content Marketing Examples - April 2017
 
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Google hacks, car cradle's and challenging perceptions. These are the 4 best content campaigns of April 2017... Links: Heineken's Worlds Apart - http://bit.ly/2qiT3wV Renault's Dream Cradle - http://bit.ly/2qiXcAW Burger King's Connected Whopper - http://bit.ly/2qgi5hM Samsung's Smart Billboard - http://bit.ly/2qiXQ1g Script: First we have a really powerful experiment from Heineken. The beer brand carefully selected each pair of people, ensuring they had polar opposite views. Then the pairs bonded by building furniture together, before their conflicting opinions were revealed to each other - posing the question "will you go, or stay and discuss your differences over a beer?" Great work. Secondly, I wouldn't know, but apparently a car journey does wonders to get your baby to sleep. So Renault created the "Dream Cradle", which simulates a car journey in cradle form, gently rocking your little one back to the land of nod. Then there's the short, but very clever ad from Burger King, designed to trick your Google Home and Android devices to explore the Whopper burger's ingredients, by saying.... The ingredients copy in Wikipedia was edited specially for this campaign, so the information you get is exactly what the brand wants you to hear. Slightly immoral, but a daring move by the fast food chain. Finally, billboards are back. In what looked like a regular watch advert, Samsung in Israel showed off the style and function of their new Gear S3 smartwatch to the unsuspecting public. And even got them involved in the ad. And that's April wrapped up. Check out our previous videos or hit subscribe below - and we'll catch you next month! #ContentMarketing #ContentMarketingExamples
Brand Extension
 
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Click Here To See More From This Expert: http://www.docstoc.com/video/102015226 Sasha Strauss is the Managing Director at Innovation Protocol (innovationprotocol.com). Docstoc has over 20 million business and legal documents to help you grow and manage your small business and professional life. Thousands of how-to articles and videos, with fresh content uploaded daily. Attorney reviewed documents to save you time and money. Try Docstoc Premium today! http://www.docstoc.com/premium
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9 Brands Sued for False Advertising
 
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When a company makes a claim in advertising a product that turns out to be false, it can seem like a betrayal to most consumers. Here are 9 brands that got caught for deceptive advertising. For more stories --- http://allday.com/ Follow our twitter account ---- https://twitter.com/HistoryInPics Follow HistoryInFacts--- https://twitter.com/HistoryInFacts Instagram --- http://instagram.com/historyphotographed 1. Red Bull Energy drink maker Red Bull had to pay out $13 million in 2014 due to misleading claims that its product could improve concentration and reaction speeds. 2. Skechers Skechers paid a $40 million settlement in 2013 for claiming its Shape-ups line of shoes could help people lose weight just by wearing them. 3. Hyundai And Kia Hyundai And Kia Motors settled a lawsuit with auto owners over the fact that some 2001 models were advertised as having more engine horsepower than they really had. 4. Kirin Beer Japanese beer brand Kirin paid out a settlement in 2014 over the "imported" labeling on cans sold in the United States, which misrepresented the fact that it is really brewed in America. 5. Kellogg's Frosted Mini Wheats Kellog’s paid out a $4 million settlement in 2013 over misleading claims that the cereal could improve kids’ attentiveness, memory, and other cognitive functions. 6. Taco Bell Taco Bell faced a lawsuit in 2011 because the "seasoned beef" in its tacos was only seasoned with oat filler, which isn't a seasoning under FDA rules. 7. Airborne Herbal supplement Airborne paid out $23.3 million in 2008 over misleading claims that it could ward off harmful bacteria and germs and prevent illnesses like colds and the flu. 8. Activia Yogurt Dannon's Activia Yogurt was the subject of a $45 million settlement in 2010 over false claims that the yogurt it was "scientifically proven" to have more health benefits than regular yogurt. 9. Pennzoil Pennzoil was ordered to pull ads in 2000 that showed its oil performing better than its competitors, which a federal judge called "false and misleading" and "repugnant." Written By: Shea Huffman Edited By: Charlie Benavides Images Provided By: Getty Images Music: YouTube music library
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What To Post On Instagram: 5 Tips For ENGAGING Content (+ EXAMPLES!)
 
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*** Show Notes *** CONTEST TO WIN A FREE CLOTHING BRAND REVIEW: www.apparelsuccess.com Instagram Marketing Online Course: http://www.instagrammarketingforclothingbrands.com/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/243380772810772/ QUESTION — Have a question about how to run your clothing brand? Post in comments section of this video! About This Video: In this video, Rob shares 5 powerful Instagram marketing tips for more engaging content that will help you get followers, likes and comments and drive more sales. Marketing your clothing brand on Instagram takes strategy. This video will show you what to post so that your account grows quickly and steadily.
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Ingredient Trends Examined at Expo West 2015
 
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In this video, filmed on location at the 2015 Natural Products Expo West, BevNET CEO John Craven and BevNET Managing Editor point to specific examples of brands and products that aim to address sustained consumer demand for natural functionality through the application of emerging ingredients.
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6 Classic Cocktail Recipes!
 
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Branding and video examples from u-look-i-c Creative Solutions
 
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http://www.u-look-i-c.co.uk Let us help you to SHOUT about what YOU do! U-look-i-c Creative Solutions by Angela Blackman Please take a couple of minutes to look at video and brand development examples created for small businesses. Web video, consistent branding for logos, vehicle and web graphics. Help to create trust in your business, product, service, brand. Contact me to use consistent video and graphics as part of your brand development "Bringing ideas to life and life to ideas"
What to Eat For One Meal A Day (BEGINNERS)
 
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This will teach you what to eat on the one meal a day diet plan. This is especially useful for beginners aiming for weight loss. Learn how to lose weight with an intermittent fasting plan that only requires eating once a day. The benefits of an omad diet meal plan for productivity are clear, but to lose weight and not be hungry while only eating one meal may be challenging for some. Learn how to achieve amazing before and after results with omad without starving yourself. 🔥 FREE 6 Week Challenge: https://gravitychallenges.com/home65d4f?utm_source=ytube&utm_term=one Fat Loss Calculator: http://bit.ly/2oMiEOF After making a bunch of videos on the one meal a day diet and how effective it can be to help with weight loss and burning body fat in a simple non restrictive way, I've noticed that most people still have tons of questions about what to eat and in general how to set up the diet properly. So I wanted to make this video specifically for beginners that are brand new to the diet plan in an effort to explain everything from A to Z including what to except, what to eat, and how much to eat so you can get started with a one meal a day dieting structure as early as today. And if you've never tried to eat one meal a day you might think that its impossible, unhealthy, or too difficult for you to do, but if you give this style of eating a chance I promise you'll find that all of those thoughts are simply untrue. To set up an omad or one meal a day diet plan you want to start by picking 1 hour of the day that you would like to eat your meal. When it comes to losing weight or burning body fat it doesn't matter whether that meal is consumed in the morning or at night, but we do want to try to start and finish eating within one hour. The other 23 hours of the day are gonna be for fasting. Now if you're a beginner just the thought of that probably got your stomach growling. And there's no denying that when you first start you're gonna feel hungry, but most people think that they'll feel a lot hungrier, then they do when they gather the courage to actually try the diet. A lot of the hunger that you currently feel throughout the day is a conditioned hunger response. Nobel prize winner Ivan Pavlov accidentally discovered this when studying salivation in dogs ultimately leading to something known in psychology as Pavlovian Conditioning. Without getting too in depth into his study the bottom line of his experiments was that hunger is a highly suggestible state that can not only be caused by the taste, smell, and sight of food, but hunger can also be trained as a conditioned response. Meaning if you're used to eating breakfast everyday at 7 am, lunch at 12 pm, and dinner at 6pm you've conditioned yourself to get hungry everyday at those times. The stimulus that causes you to get hungry isn't the smell taste or sight of food it's the time itself. And this applies further...By pairing things like eating snacks while watching tv, or while studying, or whenever you feel boredom you develop even more conditioned hunger responses. So the ironic truth is that by practicing fasting you can break a lot of these conditioned hunger responses, and start feeling only the unconditioned hunger response when you're actually hungry, allowing you to develop a better relationship to food in general. To help you break your conditioned hunger responses throughout the day you can slowly ease into a one meal a day diet, by cutting out snacks and meals slowly one at a time. You can also incorporate things like black coffee, apple cider vinegar, and sugar free tea throughout the day to suppress your appetite. Remember it'll take some time, but your body will for sure adapt. Lets move on to what to eat and how much of it to eat. When you actually get to your one meal for the day you don't want to restrict calories. A lot of people try this diet plan to lose weight or burn fat, and they think they can lose weight faster by cutting calories from the only meal they eat for the whole day. This is a big mistake that leads to binge eating almost every time. Another big mistake is trying to do something like a one meal a day ketogenic diet plan as a beginner. You should allow yourself to eat all three macro nutrients protein, carbs, and fats. Again do not restrict calories or macronutrients during this one meal especially when first starting as it will likely lead you to failing the diet. Instead you want to eat your fill of single ingredient real foods. I think we all know what single ingredient real foods are, but just to give you some examples fruits, vegetables, rice, potatoes, oats, barely, buckwheat, natural cooking oils, eggs, chicken, turkey, fish,....you get the idea foods that contain only one real natural ingredient. You can also have foods that are a combination of a bunch of single ingredient foods.
Real examples
 
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Here are some sample ideas as meals. The nutrient amounts and energy count for meals may vary according to the type of ingredient used – for example with supermarket packaged bread it will vary with the brand and type. http://www.healthmentoronline.com/ YouTube contains links to third party videos. We do not endorse, approve or sanction these nor are we responsible for any third party’s products, opinions, services, acts or omissions. There is no association or connection between HealthMentorOnline and any third party (unless otherwise stated).
Key Ingredient's Explainer Video!
 
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We had this video made to give you a visual idea of all the fun things we are doing at Key Ingredient!
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FIRST KISS
 
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We asked twenty strangers to kiss for the first time.... Film presented by WREN http://wrenstudio.com/ Music by Soko "We Might be Dead Tomorrow" http://smarturl.it/SoKoiTunes http://www.tatia-pilieva.com/
Views: 136045949 Tatia PIlieva
Generic Medicine - Are They As Good As The Brand?
 
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Are generic medicines just as good as the brand? In theory, yes generic medications are just as good when it comes to clinical effect and safety. But for some medications you can see differences in how they work for you. When a new drug comes to the market, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) gives the drug company a exclusive rights to produce and market the drug until their patent runs out. In order to do this, the new company has to show the FDA that their version of the drug is bioequivalent to the original. There’s a very complex definition of bioequivalence on the Code of Federal Regulations website. https://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?SID=e835732c9ae36c33e32f4731c2e1504e&mc=true&node=se21.5.314_13&rgn=div8 Here’s a simplified version: a generic drug is bioequivalent if there is no significant difference in the way the active ingredient of the drug becomes available in your body if you take it at the same dose as the original. A significant difference is defined by bioequivalence limits which the FDA sets as 80% - 125%. These percentages refer to the range of the peak concentration of the drug and how much is absorbed over time. Excipients are the inactive ingredients that are not held to the standard of bioequivalence. These inactive ingredients can make a difference in side effects and how the medication works for you. Some examples of excipients: Fillers Binders Coating – enteric coating Disintigrants Sweetners Vehicle – liquid formulation, example mineral oil Disclaimer: All of the information on this channel is for educational purposes and not intended to be specific/personal medical advice from me to you. Watching the videos or getting answers to comments/question, does not establish a doctor-patient relationship. If you have your own doctor, perhaps these videos can help prepare you for your discussion with your doctor. I upload every Wednesday at 9am, and sometimes have extra videos in between. Subscribe to my channel so you don't miss a video https://goo.gl/DFfT33
Views: 1412 Dr. Tracey Marks
Microsoft's Tuula Rytila: 3 Key Ingredients for Building Your Personal Brand in the Digital Era
 
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Interviewed Tuula Rytila, VP of Microsoft's Digital Stores, for a speaking engagement I had at the National Association of Women MBAs conference. A rich interview, Tuula shares 3 key ingredients for building your personal brand online in the digital era. Champion YOUr Authentic Personal Brand & Style for Game-changing & Accelerated success, Kim
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Why Most Ads DON'T WORK: The Secret To Generating WORD OF MOUTH For Your Clothing Brand
 
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Instagram Marketing Online Course: http://www.instagrammarketingforclothingbrands.com/ Brand Crowd (LOGO MAKER - 35% OFF): https://www.brandcrowd.com/maker?code=promo29 Book A Brand Review: https://www.apparelsuccess.com/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/243380772810772/ In this video, Rob talks about how advertising can be an ineffective way to market your clothing brand. What's the alternative? Generating WORD OF MOUTH. How do you do it? Rob explains that in order for you to generate word of mouth for your clothing line you will have to become interesting.
Views: 966 Apparel Success
Personal Branding Strategy: Steal 3 Attributes from Big Media Brands
 
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To build a power personal media brand, you need 3 basic ingredients, borrowed from big media companies, like HBO, TeenVogue and CNN. Watch the video to see how to create a strategy for your personal brand on YouTube. Build a brand you love and go after what you want because you can BE THE MEDIA!
Views: 935 Salma Jafri
The 4 Barriers to Delivering a Killer Presentation with David Brier
 
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http://www.risingabovethenoise.com I was asked to speak with a team of students at UC San Diego competing in a $300,000 entrepreneurial challenge, in essence to share my secrets to creating a killer presentation. I outline what it takes and the 4 barriers will all but eliminate your chances of success. PLUS 5 examples of videos that tell their story in a way that cuts through the clutter. Essentially, I cover the secret ingredient that results in a killer presentation that not only keeps people awake but keeps them engaged and wanting more. So I designed and wrote: Presentation Caffeine—The key ingredient to keeping your audience awake, engaged and wanting In this Webinar, I cover: • The 4 barriers to delivering a killer presentation and storyline. These barriers alone eliminate any chance of presentation success from sales to engagement to brand adoption • The “secret ingredient” that separates the killer presentation from one that merely cures people of their sleeping disorder • The relationship between Branding and Purpose to amplify your brand’s meaning and impact • How to craft a brand story that anybody will ware about, and • 5 actual examples of brand storylines with videos that show how to develop a story anybody will give a damn about.
Views: 8724 David Brier
Marketing Minute 024: “Be Part of My Story” (Branding Strategy) #MarketingMinute
 
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Have you ever had someone tell you, “Hey, I had a dream about you last night.” And all of the sudden, you’re intrigued to hear what that person has to say, because that person’s story includes you. But in addition to you paying attention, something else happens. You feel more connected to that person because you’re now a player in that person’s story. You keep hearing about connecting with customers. You keep hearing about brand storytelling. But are you combining these two concepts together to form deep, meaningful connections with your target audiences? Building a brand story should not be done in a vacuum. This process should be an inclusive one that helps your customers feel comfortable integrating themselves into your narrative. Purposefully leave space in your storyline for your various target audiences to share in the adventure that you’re creating. Let them add their flavor to your story. Let them revel in the mystery of your saga. To form deep, meaningful connections, your potential customers need to see themselves in your brand, in your product offering, and in your story. **Be sure to subscribe to my channel so that you don't miss any future episodes of Monday's Marketing Minute.
Views: 30186 Anthony Miyazaki
What Is A Co Branding?
 
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So what? Surprisingly, little to no work has feb 19, 2011 co brandingpresented by br k. Definition br an arrangement that associates a. Cobranding is a marketing partnership between at least two different brands of goods or services. A franchisor explains why companies are putting two brands under the same roof a recent paper discusses consumer responses to different strategic dimensions of cobranding arrangement. Feb 11, 2016 in a previous post about the legal side of branding, we pointed out importance clearly identifying and financial conditions aug 5, 2015 across virtually every industry, from cars to fashion food technology, companies are turning strategic co brand partnerships add apr 1, 2001 there is trend ob business branding with each other. As described in co branding the science of alliance. From retail shelves to co branding opportunities can make two online businesses greater than the sum of their parts jun 22, 2017. The term can also refer the display of multiple brand names or nov 27, 2013 we've defined difference between co marketing and branding to help your business leverage two is utilization more brands name a new product. Co branding partnerships (and why aug 8, 2017 check out these real world examples of great co and what makes them so good refers to several different marketing arrangements branding, also called brand partnership, is when two companies form an alliance work together, creating synergy. Co branding meaning, types and advantages disadvantages. P what is co branding? How online businesses can work together a Youtube. This strategy typically associates the brands of at least two companies with a specific good or service co branding is practice using multiple brand names together on single product. During the past year at cold stone, we have partnered with definition of co branding in internet commerce, two firms working together to market a good or service. Tips for co branding happily ever after entrepreneur. In co branding, a website with significant visitor or user dec 16, 2016 doritos on the outside, it is easy to understand that this product results from marketing strategy called branding. Cobranding encompasses several different types of branding partnerships, such as sponsorships. Co branding partnerships (and why co wikipediawhat is branding? Definition from whatis what's the difference? . Benefits of co branding your business cobranding arrangements and partner selection a conceptual slideshare. Co branding 3 benefits of this marketing strategy co definition, uses, examples, advantages when should you brand? Back to basics strategywhat is branding? Definition and meaning businessdictionary licensing & increasing brand visibility. Legal issues to consider before entering a co branding partnership. Co branding is of two types ingredient co and composite aug 9, 2013 branding, also known as 'brand partnership' the strategic merging or more describe imagebrands to achieve mutual marketing dec 7, 2016 a phen
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Product - Development Stages
 
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This video explores the 8 stages of product development. As well, it helps identify what we mean by 'product' and where the development process fits into the Marketing Mix.
Views: 211956 Jason Richea
Attraction Marketing Examples For Health & Wellness and Beauty Products Online
 
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https://www.go.ckmarketingonline.com/5-step-formula-use-attraction-marketing-business/ Here's how to get to know your target audience and perfect customer: https://www.go.ckmarketingonline.com/how-to-find-your-perfect-customer-online-lp/ How To Use Attraction Marketing In the Health and Wellness Niche: I will use 2 different products to exemplify how to use attraction marketing in the health and wellness niche, but first I just want to add this: In the health and wellness niche, you sell products such as energy drinks, weight loss and nutritional products, skin care and beauty products…. And what many people will do to market and sell their health and wellness products, is to: list and talk about all the amazing ingredients in it the scientific studies behind the product formula and why their product is so much superior than the competitor’s product XYZ. To create content about the specific products and the features is NOT what attraction marketing is about. If this is the kind of content you share on your blog, Facebook Page, on YouTube and other Social Media channels – this will NOT attract high quality prospects to you. Because your prospects are - at this point - not interested in the details of your specific product. They don’t see why your product should be any better than other similar products, and they don’t like to be pitched, especially not on Social Media. They hang out on Social Media mainly to be entertained, but also to read about things that interests them and to find answers to questions and problems they may have. So to use attraction marketing, you want to ATTRACT an audience to you of high quality prospects with content THEY find interesting, engaging and helpful. This could be general health and wellness topics about healthy eating, healthy recipes, skin care tips, healthy habits and exercise. You can share tips about how to stay healthy, how to keep in shape, exercises that boost energy, how to get rid of belly fat, and so forth. You want to give your audience useful tips and advice and help them solve problems they have. If you share content that is interesting and useful for your specific audience, then your audience is also likely to BUY what you recommend - and they will also SHARE it with their friends!
Views: 2580 ckmarketingonline.com
Are Facts Killing Your Brand Story? Brand Building Breakthrough
 
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#branding #storytelling #brandstory One Minute Wednesdays is the weekly video series that covers branding, rebranding, marketing, leadership and brand strategies for entrepreneurs around the world. This Episode 42 of One Minute Wednesday covers the Role of Conviction in Brand. Brands are not in the "reciting facts" business any more than a restaurant is in the "listing of ingredients" business. Brands must "sell the transformation" versus "reporting what we did during summer." As John Lennon said so well, "Reality leaves a lot to the imagination." As an award-winning veteran (recipient of over 330 international industry recognitions) in branding, rebrands, design and brand strategy, I have designed and transformed global brands, regional and local brands, and brands for startups and even cities. 📙 Brand Intervention Book (please review) http://a.co/d/dr1RLvS 📌Rising Above The Noise https://www.RisingAboveTheNoise.com 📌The #1 article on Google for How to Rebrand: https://www.risingabovethenoise.com/how-to-rebrand-19-questions-ask-before-you-start/ @DavidBrier (Twitter/IG) Subscribe to our YouTube channel (turn on notifications): https://www.youtube.com/user/headmusik Want the best book written on branding and rebranding covering Strategy, Sales & Marketing, Social Media and The Business of Branding with a Foreword by Shark Tank's Daymond John: https://www.brandinterventionbook.com/buy-brand-intervention — Visit our website: https://www.RisingAboveTheNoise.com FREE eBook on Branding: https://www.risingabovethenoise.com/download/the-lucky-brand-ebook-from-david-brier/ — Alexa Skill #1 for Branding and Rebranding: 🎙 https://amzn.to/2ydjuM0
Views: 166 David Brier
Only The Best Pringles Chips Funny Commercials From Around The World
 
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Only The Best Pringles "Once you pop, you can't stop" Chips Funny Commercials From Around The World Pringles is an American brand of potato and wheat-based stackable snack chips owned by Kellogg's. Originally marketed as "Pringle's Newfangled Potato Chips", Pringles are sold in more than 140 countries, and it was the fourth most popular snack brand after Lay's, Doritos and Cheetos in 2012, with 2.2% market share globally, compared to Lay's share of 6.7%. The snack was originally developed by Procter & Gamble (P&G), who first sold the product in 1967. P&G sold the brand to Kellogg's in 2012. Pringles come in many flavors. Standard flavors include original, salt and vinegar, sour cream and onion, cheddar cheese, ranch dressing, barbecue, hot and spicy, and loaded baked potato. Some flavors are distributed only to limited market areas. For example, prawn cocktail, wasabi, and curry flavors have been available in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. Occasionally, P&G produced limited edition runs. Seasonal flavors, past and present, include ketchup, zesty lime and chili, chili cheese dog, "pizzalicious", paprika, Texas BBQ sauce, buffalo wing, and cajun. A "low-fat" variety was also sold. Examples of limited edition flavors include jalapeño, honey mustard, cheesy fries, onion blossom, mozzarella cheese stick, screamin' dill pickle, and Mexican-layered dip. At one point in the early 1990s, "Corn Pringles" were available. The canister was black and had cartoon images of corn, as well as the normal packaging standards. The crisps were made of corn and resembled a corn chip in flavor and texture. Rice pringles are seasonally available in the UK. In 2012, they brought out seasonal flavors of "peppermint white chocolate", cinnamon sugar, and "pumpkin pie spice". Pringles also produces several "multi-grain" varieties which have some of their base starch ingredients replaced with corn flour, rice, wheat bran, black beans, and barley flour. Pringles has offered specialized flavors in various parts of the world, such as mozzarella stick with marinara in North America and jalapeño in Latin America. Different flavors have been introduced in Asia, including soft-shelled crab, grilled shrimp, seaweed, "blueberry and hazelnut", and "lemon and sesame". The grilled shrimp chips are pink in color, while seaweed is colored green. Pringles is advertised in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and Ireland with the slogan "Once you pop, the fun don't stop" along with the original slogan "Once you pop, you can't stop". Pringles are manufactured in factories in Jackson, Tennessee; Mechelen, Belgium; Johor, Malaysia; Kutno, Poland; Fujian, China. Official website:https://www.pringles.com/ Buy Pringles Chips Online: Walmart:https://go.magik.ly/ml/d2ay/ Jet:https://go.magik.ly/ml/d2b0/
Views: 2236947 Funny Commercials
What's Cooking? Ep. 11 Brand vs. Sub-Brand
 
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http://www.recipemarketing.com In this video our host & creative director, Frank Scotti, discusses the importance of considering both brand and sub-brand when designing a packaging. At Recipe, we're always serving up tasty ideas. If you are in the food and beverage industry - get great advice, relevant marketing articles and the recipe for your marketing success. We're a hybrid marketing firm specializing in the food and beverage industry. We offer a full menu of services including design, advertising, web, social media and public relations. Our team consists of foodies who are also marketers, writers and artists. Each has extensive experience working with industry giants as well as working with small up and comers. So whether you're introducing a new product, updating your brand, growing distribution or promoting an event, Recipe puts together the ingredients you need for success. http://www.recipemarketing.com
Views: 174 RecipeMarketing
The Wandernaut Show: What Powers Our Innovation Engine?
 
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Alex Wandernaut and David Rodriguez, Global Chief HR Officer, give a warm welcome to Stephanie Linnartz, Global Officer of Brand, Sales and Technology. Stephanie shares the key ingredient that keeps Marriott’s “innovation engine” humming. What is it, and how do we ensure we always have it on hand? Learn the answers and how that ingredient helps Marriott stay relevant and innovative today, tomorrow, and into the future. Here’s a hint: talent plays a big role! Subscribe to Marriott Careers on YouTube: http://bit.ly/1LhFhC7 Like Marriott Careers on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1FxT9WT Follow Marriott International on LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/1Jz8Rf8 Follow us on Instagram: http://bit.ly/1FxZYHH Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1O53JqM
Views: 84311 Marriott Careers
What Is A Complementary Brand?
 
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Complementary prescriptions brand listing pure formulaschron. Brand partnerships bring customer bases together for successful. With over 70 items available, pureformulas is co branding between complementary brands can allow a company to build on the reputation and loyalty of another. Co branding nike & apple the example of complementary. The case for co branding forbescomplementary brands branding, a 1 2 formula labbrand. Googleusercontent search. What is complementary branding answers. Nike developed a footwear line called nike and apple created microchip that fits into the shoes which records users progress when they activate feature from their ipod or iphone jul 20, 2017. This is an absolute no brainer and example of very successful complementary branding. Portland complementary prescriptions do everything that prescription drugs can but with over the counter convenience. A perfect bar for every chocolate lover! with a collection of delicious bars in variety textures and tastes, it's easy to find your match there are classic examples this sort branding strategy adopted by detergents complementary brands co branding, refers the same or oct 30, 2015 america's insurance partner may not seem like very inspiring brand slogan. Html url? Q webcache. For example, placing hershey's syrup on the outside of but even if you don't co brand in same location, there's a related twist some franchisees have used effectively by turning to complementary brands. Complementary branding is when two products are marketed or advertised together to suggest use. Examples of great co branding altitude. Betty and ontario landlords watch will be working together in the eleven of eighteen brands that make up l'oral luxe portfolio are established china together, they cater to diverse needs chinese these relationships also promote your core brand attributes. In other co branding refers to several different marketing arrangements branding, also called brand partnership, is when two companies form an alliance work complementary brands. Co branding nike & apple the example of complementary carrick36. It is the marketing of two brands together to encourage co consumption or jul 7, 2016 nike and apple. Brand partnerships in 2014 forbes. Take, for example, the way that cold stone definition of complementary product alternative term gooddefinition three objectives brand awareness dec 7, 2016 a goods with several examples. To buy a particular brand of razor blades with and they regularly need dec 11, 2014 square adds the credibility secure money transfers also young, hip, complementary image for target audience this service mar 16, 2010 take strongest elements your products combine them best brands to offer new goods services. Blogspot nike apple example of complementary. By associating with complementary brands, you can draw more attention to your own brand values. Apr 2, 2012 the third form of co branding is complementary. What is complementary product? Definition and meaning 11 ex
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Personal branding with content marketing
 
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The key ingredient to creating a powerful personal brand is to create content on the web. Your informative, problem-solving content establishes who you are and tells the world of your expertise. When your content helps other people solve their problems, they will recognize you as an expert in your field.
10 Epic Viral Marketing Videos
 
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Some companies seem to have mastered the art of creating viral marketing campaigns. Who says you can't plan to go viral? Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/4ytLE3 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Description: While these may seem like average viral videos, all of these videos were brilliant marketing schemes that rocked the internet and brought a little slice of fame to the companies that produced them. In some cases, the results were EPIC! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRichest.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRichest_Com Instagram: http://instagram.com/therichest ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Featuring: WestJet - Christmas Miracle: Real-Time Giving GoldieBox - Princess Machine Coca Cola - Bringing India & Pakistan Together Contrex - Ma Contrexpérience - 97s Carrie The Movie - Telekinetic Coffee Shop Surprise LG - So Real It's Scary Red Bull Stratos - The Felix Baumgartner Jump Volvo Trucks - The Epic Split featuring Jean Claude Van Damme Pepsi MAx - Test Drive Jimmy Kimmel Live - Worst Twerk Fail EVER - Girl Catches Fire! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.therichest.com/
Views: 296739 TheRichest
Logo animation examples - Serious Branding - Ideation Digital
 
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Serious Branding for Serious Businesses. Pun 100% intended. VIDEO/LOGO ANIMATIONS SPEAK BETTER TO THE HUMAN BRAIN THAN TEXT CAN. PEOPLE CAN ABSORB MORE INFORMATION MORE EFFECTIVELY FROM A VIDEO THAN FROM TEXT. MAKE IT AN ESSENTIAL INGREDIENT IN YOUR WEB PAGES AND WATCH HOW IT CAN BRING IN GREAT RESULTS FOR YOUR BUSINESS. LEVERAGE VIDEO ANIMATION’S POWER OF PERSUASION AND GET THOSE CUSTOMERS. CONTACT US NOW! ideation-digital.com
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EP25.Karen Gilbert on Fragrance in Natural Skincare
 
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**Sample an award-winning Formula Botanica course by trying out our sample class: https://www.formulabotanica.com/sample-class** We are excited to welcome fragrance industry expert and practitioner Karen Gilbert to Green Beauty Conversations because Karen not only works actively as a perfumery trainer but also has a wealth of experience in the world of natural skincare. Karen, who is also a trained aromatherapist, started her perfume industry career with one of the large fragrance houses, IFF, as an evaluator of fragrance in products ranging from luxury brands to functional household cleaners. In the late 1990s, Karen joined Neal's Yard, a UK company that helped pioneer natural ingredients in skincare and retails essential and carrier oils. Karen developed their in-house training arm and was key in helping retail staff understand the therapeutic and holistic benefits of naturals, including fragrance, in Neal's Yard products. Who better then to pass on some practical advice to the Formula Botanica community about using fragrance in natural skincare? We learnt a lot from Karen in this packed interview which covered topics ranging from why fragrance can be contentious in the world of natural skincare formulation to scent having the power to create a direct intercession with our emotions and memories. As natural skincare formulators, we might think of fragrance oils primarily for their therapeutic benefits. However, as Karen points out, fragrance is usually a customer's first impression of a personal care product and can influence their purchasing decisions. Perfume, fragrance or scent, whichever term you like to use, has its own semiography. As natural skincare formulators, we'd be wise to understand how scent can sway our potential customers. In this expert series' interview on Green Beauty Conversations, Karen shares her deep industry knowledge and offers a host of practical examples and tips on how best to work with fragrance in natural skincare. In this episode, you'll learn: - about how our brain processes our sense of smell and why it's important to understand this in developing fragrance blends for our skincare formulations; -how odours trigger emotions and memories which in turn can cause us to react to certain scents positively or negatively based on our individual experiences; -why fragrance in natural skincare is as important for its aesthetic reasons as for any therapeutic benefits; -why scent development needs to take place at the same time as product formulation and why you need to treat scent as an equal partner to other natural ingredients; -about how consumers have certain expectations of how personal care products should smell and why you need to take that into consideration when formulating; - and why going fragrance free or using unusual fragrances in natural skincare products might require you to educate your potential customers about your brand's ingredient choices. Key practical takeouts on working with fragrance in natural skincare include: -Learn how to evaluate the smell of your product bases and raw natural ingredients such as carrier oils and natural extracts. In this way, you can make more informed choices about the right fragrance blends to work in harmony with, enhance or perhaps even mask your base product's aroma as well as provide any desired therapeutic benefits. -Be aware that the same fragrance blend won't necessarily have the same odour profile nor be experienced the same way by a consumer across a range of different products. -An emulsion, an oliogel, a micellar water, a balm, an exfoliator and so on all have different properties, viscosity and different consumer uses which influence how the scent is experienced. You may need to adjust your fragrance blends or even product formulae to ensure your target customers will enjoy the scent of your products before, during and after use on their skin. - Learn to think like a consumer again - not a formulator! To understand how fragrance works in your product you must evaluate it using the product as a consumer would. Test your chosen fragrance blends as they perform in your products from first opening of the tube or pot, to application and evaporation or wash-off. -Make detailed notes on the fragrance's performance to guide any reformulations needed. More on Karen Gilbert and her Online Perfume School: Website: https://www.karengilbert.co.uk/ Website: https://www.onlineperfumeschool.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/karengilbert/ Listen, Download and Subscribe to Green Beauty Conversations Thank you for joining us for this episode of the Formula Botanica: Green Beauty Conversations podcast. If you enjoyed this episode, please share, subscribe and review on iTunes or Stitcher so that more people can enjoy the show. Don’t forget to follow and connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Views: 560 Formula Botanica
Tony Robbins: Find Your Passion ( Tony Robbins Motivation )
 
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It can be so frustrating when people advise you, “Just follow your passion!” Yeah, sure, you’d love to—if only you knew what your passion was. You’re probably the kind of person who works hard, with commitment and persistence. When you know what you’re doing, nothing will stop you. But before you can become unstoppable, you need to know what you’re starting. Before you can follow your passion, you have to find it. If you’re feeling stuck, here are five fresh ways to discover what you really want to do with your life. Take time to work through the process and know that, no matter what, you’ll be getting closer to where you want to be. 1. Start With the Right Perspective If you went into a restaurant with the strong opinion—“I’m not hungry. There’ll be nothing here I want to eat. I don’t want to be here”—the menu isn’t going to look appealing. You won’t explore it with due time or attention, and it’s unlikely you’ll find food you’ll enjoy eating. The same principle applies to passion-seeking. If you’re convinced that finding your passion is hard, or that it’s not going to happen for you, you’ll remain closed to possibilities. You’ll block the little nudges, pulls, and signals that guide us all. After all, how can you expect to find fulfilling work if you don’t believe it exists? Choose to adopt the perspective that you can do what you love with your life. One of the best ways to strengthen this point of view is to surround yourself with people who are living examples. How many of your friends and family are following their passions? If it’s not many, it might be time to expand your circle; associate with—and be inspired by—men and women who are inspired by their work. 2. Get Out Your Metal Detector Once you’ve decided that your passion is findable, it’s time to look for evidence of what you already love to do. If you scan the landscape of your life, you’ll notice certain experiences peak up. It’s so valuable to delve into these “peak moments” and extract the key ingredients. Consider yourself a beach-trawler, discerning between the gold and the cheap metal. For example, one of my favorite summer jobs involved teaching English to teenagers. I might assume the key ingredient was the English language, or young people. But when I paid attention to my metaphorical metal detector, it become clear that the bleep went off when I was being a leader within a community, and teaching that community something of great value to them. That’s exactly what I do now in my work—but without the teenagers, present perfect tense, or vocabulary tests! Make a list of the ingredients that truly mattered in your peak moments; don’t be distracted by the counterfeits. 3. Look for the Umbrella When you look at all the ingredients that matter to you, they might at first seem entirely disconnected. Let’s say you love French, drinking coffee, playing with words, analyzing and categorizing, and being a leader within a community. How could you construct a career from these? It'd be like peering into your cupboard and seeing cocoa powder, tofu, and carrots and wondering: How could I possibly make something delicious that includes all of these? This is the time to look beyond the ingredients and seek an umbrella; something that all of these ingredients can fit beneath. For example, my colleague Abby—whose diverse passions are described above—helps business owners to find the right words to fit their brand. She analyzes and categorizes copy into what she calls “voice values.” She draws wisdom from previously running a funky French lifestyle boutique, and French words pepper her own copy, giving her brand that special je ne sais quoi. She’s become known as a leader for those who want to communicate effectively with their potential clients. Oh—and she’s built a recognizable Pinterest profile showcasing her favorite coffee houses. All of these passions fit under the overarching umbrella of her business; they’ve all found a home there, and the variety actually helps her to stand out and attract her perfect clients. What might be your umbrella?
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7 Surprising Uses for Hydrogen Peroxide
 
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Hydrogen peroxide has been found in medicine cabinets and first aid kits for many years. It is made of water with extra oxygen. This mixture then makes a substance that kills germs. You can find hydrogen peroxide in many forms. It is very dangerous in high concentrations. However, lower concentrations can be good for your health and your home. Hydrogen peroxide can be placed on small wounds, cuts, and grazes to clean out the injury and to kill any germs. Hydrogen peroxide can also fight certain infections and get rid of harmful toxins. You should use the 3% hydrogen peroxide for your health and household needs. This is usually the only concentration that you would find at your local pharmacy or drug store. Here is a list of some of the amazing things that hydrogen peroxide can do: 1. Make Teeth Pearly White Hydrogen peroxide is highly effective in whitening teeth. Many of the whitening toothpastes that you find in the store contain hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide mildly bleaches your teeth and brightens your smile after several doses. It is extremely important that you do NOT swallow any hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide can also irritate your mouth and gums. Use caution when using and if you experience any of these symptoms, stop use immediately. 2. Whiten Nails Like teeth, hydrogen peroxide can whiten your fingernails. Take care of your fingernails and utilize hydrogen peroxide to  keep them looking clean, bright and healthy. Here is a recipe to make a hydrogen peroxide mixture to brighten your fingernails. It is important to note that hydrogen peroxide can dry out your fingernails. To prevent this from occurring, rub some olive oil or coconut oil on your nails after using a hydrogen peroxide mixture. 3. Eliminate Toenail Fungus Hydrogen peroxide can kill germs. Thus, it also can help fight toenail fungus. When applied, hydrogen peroxide can quickly kill the fungus. Hydrogen peroxide can also help other foot-related issues, such as calluses and corns. Hydrogen peroxide will kill any built-up bacteria and will work to soften the skin of the calluses and corns. 4. Clear Up Acne Hydrogen peroxide can even eliminate, or diminish, acne. When applied to the skin, hydrogen peroxide oxidizes the cell walls of the bacteria. It then kills them. Once the bacteria is destroyed, the acne will heal quickly. Hydrogen peroxide also prevents future acne breakouts by controlling the amount of oils that your face makes. It is very important that you do not use hydrogen peroxide on sensitive skin. If used, it can caused increased irritation or burning. 5. Support Oral Health Hydrogen peroxide kills bacteria, germs, and fungus. Because of its ability to kill germs, hydrogen peroxide is widely used in the dental field. It slows the rate which germs grow in your mouth. Hydrogen peroxide also reduces the risk of certain dental issues, such as plaque and gingivitis. Hydrogen peroxide can even cure, or lessen the pain of, a toothache. 6. Loosen Earwax Excessive earwax is uncomfortable and unsightly. Look no further than hydrogen peroxide to fix this ailment. Hydrogen peroxide removes not only ear wax, but also dust and debris from the ear. Hydrogen peroxide also alleviates the itchy and uncomfortable feeling you get when you have ear wax. 7. Sanitize Fruits and Vegetables Most of the fruits and vegetables that we find in our grocery stores are coated with a residue from the farmer's chemicals, which are mostly used to kill bugs. Eating fruits and vegetables that have these chemicals on them can negatively impact your health. Hydrogen peroxide is a known germ killer and kills bacteria, as well, such as E. coli. Hydrogen peroxide can also help all your produce to last longer. Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on Natural Cures channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider.
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🤐 Learn English Words - CAGEY - Meaning, Vocabulary Lesson with Pictures and Examples
 
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LEARN MORE WORDS ► http://VocabularyVideos.com What does Cagey mean? Learn the meaning of Cagey as we define this advanced vocabulary word with a simple definition, pictures, example sentences, English pronunciation and audio. Cagey definition (adjective) uncommunicative; unwilling or hesitant to give information Cagey pronunciation: key-jee Examples of Cagey in a sentence: 1. Coca Cola acted in a very cagey fashion when I attempted to find out the ingredients of their soft drinks. 2. The tight lipped and cagey White House spokesmen knew that if he let one wrong word slip, a catastrophe could result. 3. Although Molly enjoyed the date, she was turned off by how cagey Bruce was when it came to talking about his family. 4. The wine manufacturer acted in a cagey manner when it came to disclosing exactly what goes into creating one of their fine bottles of wine. 5. Unlike Tom who is uncommunicative and cagey, his brother Frank is a loudmouth who will spill any secret. Cagey synonyms and other related words for Cagey clever, shrewd, tricky, canny, crafty, cunning, sly, wily, chary, wary, cagy, cautious, secretive, circumspect, shifty, artful, careful, scheming, slick, foxy, ingenious, slippery, astute, designing, diplomatic, guarded, knowing, leery, smooth, discreet Dictionary Definition & Sentences Page https://wordsinasentence.com/cagey-in-a-sentence/ FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER + VISIT OUR VOCABULARY RESOURCE LEARNING WEBSITES (Bookmark 'em!) 👇 ► http://VocabularyVideos.com - a memorable name that'll redirect you to our word of the day vocabulary videos. ► https://WordsinaSentence.com - our sentence dictionary Website, where we define words with sentences ► https://Twitter.com/vocabularyhelp - Twitter account for my vocabularic tweets
VeganCare: Presenting Organic and Vegan Cosmetics
 
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Magic MAGNETIC Nail Polish?!  (maybe don't wear metal)
 
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Promotional Packaging Ideas Ashland MA ... 508 528-8065
 
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http://pkgprintpromo.proforma.com/ Promotional Packaging Ideas Ashland MA Making your product stand out on the shelf is not an easy task. According to the Food Marketing Institute there are over 40,000 different products in the average supermarket. This $600 billion industry relies on consumers, manufacturers, distributors… and graphic designers. The form, clarity, creativity, authenticity, and originality of the packaging play an important role in conveying the products content and brand. Check out these five packaging design tips to make your product shine on the shelves. 1. Form & Function When you are dealing with the actual shape, size, and function of the container, you are dealing with the form and functionality. First, the product needs to be in a safe package and then consider style. Practicality is one of the more overlooked aspects of packaging, with many manufacturers going with what is tried and true. The more practical the product, the more sales it will get. For example, when Heinz Ketchup turned the bottle over to create the squeeze bottle, sales skyrocketed. 2. Clarity & Simplicity In packaging design, you would like to be as clear and simple about the contents of the product. Creativity can sometimes lead to ambiguity. Next time you go to the store, ask a very simple question about the packaging, what is the product for? Often times it is very hard to tell. Failing to identify the product in terms of content or usage will usually lead to products that don’t usually perform well in stores. Steve Jobs built one of the most famous consumer product companies in the world, Apple, obsessing about design by making technology as simple and clear to use as possible. 3. Originality Originality and character are at the heart of great brand and can create the shelf impact you are looking to create with the packaging. Certainly, there are hundreds of products out that are all competing for the consumer’s attention; one way to express your product’s individuality is by being authentic. Giving advice on how to be original can be a challenge, and is simply a matter of creativity and exploration. Perhaps if you are stuck, try doing the opposite to create a bold and different look that will have strong impact. 4. Authenticity There’s a fine line in packaging as you are often trying to portray the best product possible in a desirable way but not too the point where the product is something entirely different. This could lead to disappointing the consumer which would lead to poor sales and brand image. The ingredients also matter. An interesting example is the Honest Tea Company which uses organic ingredients which are barely sweetened, clearly they promote this and it matters to the consumer. Consumers have nothing against simple products as long as they know what they are buying. 5. Creativity With packaging design, creativity will convey high quality. A clever package will reveal to the consumer that a lot of time, effort and consideration went into the creation of your packaging. This will send a strong signal to the decision maker to buy a product, even if the product may be priced a little higher. Learn More About Promotional Packaging: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Packaging_and_labeling Others Also Searched For: self promotion ideas for graphic designers, creative self promotion examples, graphic design self promotion examples, self promotion letter sample, self promotion job application, illustration self promotion ideas, personal promotion ideas, self promotion ideas for artists
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Brand Strategy Manager Jennifer Layne Duho: "Value Placed on Branding" @AmaruDonTV
 
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Jennifer is currently the Brand Strategy Manager for Shell Brands International, which directs brand management for the Royal Dutch/Shell Group worldwide. In this role, she creates client experiences across all Shell businesses that allow Shell to stay true to the living traditions of the company, support the behavior that reflects the Shell personality and drives reputation with stakeholders in a way that helps Shell achieve its goal of being the most competitive and innovative energy company in the world. In 2012, Brand Finance ranked the Shell brand #19 in the world worth an estimated $22billion.
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