How many products does a brand need?
There’s not necessarily a right or wrong answer here. But in my opinion, the fewer, the better
Good to know, Marketing Strategy, Brand Strategy
Do you need to write a brief?
This is going to sound controversial, but many of the written briefs we receive are crap and aren’t worth it.
The Five Signs of Brand Leadership
Brand Leadership. It’s a term that we use at Good when we start working with a client to understand just how much they “get” brand.
Brand Strategy, Campaigns
Brand Building Basics
Welcome to yet another article about how to prepare for the end of the pandemic. You gotta get ready, you gotta be ready for the new world, and how everything's changing and you gotta get ready.
Time to Review Your Brand Architecture
Brand architecture challenges are the branding equivalent of pulled muscles. They cause pain and frustration, but they don’t create enough of a problem to take you entirely offline to focus on the fix.
Brand Insight, Brand Analysis
Understanding Business Change During Coronavirus
I've got an old school pal who has a cracking family business. It's the oldest craft bakery in Scotland and has been in his family for 190 years. (No pressure there then).
Good to know, Content Delivery
Good is Good Enough
One of our worst habits as a business is trying to make things brilliant, when they only need to be good.
Brand Creation & Evolution
The Challenge of Rebranding in Sports
A few weeks ago, I was sat in a local pub enjoying a jam-packed afternoon of sport. A pretty good day, you might say.
Let’s talk about paranoia in branding. It’s something I’ve noticed a lot over the years - mostly with clients overestimating how much equity there is in their brand.
Marketing Strategy, Digital Channels
Getting Started With Reporting
Getting your reporting structure right is key to the continual improvement of your marketing efforts. Here's some tips.
Good to know
Getting the best from your Agency
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Brand Strategy, Brand Architecture
Brand Architecture - Don’t forget the due diligence
When businesses merge or acquire other businesses, they don’t spend enough time thinking about what to do with the brands, products and portfolios. This is our experience anyway.