Today’s idea is to tell your brand story.
Who doesn’t love a good story. In business, telling a good story can lead a potential customer to pick you over one of your competitors. Why? Because it emotionally engages them.
As a business owner, it’s important that you take the time to develop a compelling brand story that you can share – it’s an essential part of building your reputation and helping people understand why you do what you do, and how your business came to be.
Telling your brand story is also a great way to build trust and remind people that at the end of the day, your business is managed and run by real humans. I’m astounded at how many businesses (especially in the service industry) don’t do this.
Here’s a great example from the Four Frogs Creperie in Mosman, Sydney:
“We are four Frenchmen who came to Australia and loved it. We found beautiful beaches, a perfect climate and wonderful people. The one thing we couldn’t find? Excellent crepes.
In France we love our crepes: sweet for dessert, and savoury (we call them galettes) for a delicious meal, with a glass of cider or wine and some good company. They’re always made to order and are natural, fresh and delicious.
Australia, you give us so much, we give you our delicious crepes.”
So here’s my 3 step process for creating your brand story:
Here’s a brand story by Tom’s Shoes, who chose to do theirs on video:
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