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Being Average is Not a Choice: Sales Influencer Tiffani Bova, Unleashes Ways to Build Stellar Brand Image That is Beyond Average

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Being average is like playing the game cautiously. You may even have the option to endure ostensible accomplishment for a while; however, being average won’t get you extremely far in a competitive industry—so why don’t rise above the oceans and devour the sunlight?

Tiffani Bova, the growth and innovation evangelist at Salesforce and the author of the Wall Street Journal and 800-CEO-READ bestselling book GROWTH IQ: Get Smarter About the Choices that Will Make or Break Your Business (Portfolio), unveils the top tactic that can help your brand become more than average.

Tiffani Bova has been featured on MSNBC and Yahoo Finance and was also starred in the January 2019 issue of Rotman Management Magazine’s Disruption Issue. Additionally, she has also contributed to prestigious publications, including Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Entrepreneur, and Huffington Post.

Tiffani Bova, being the incredible host of What’s Next!, one of the top 100 business and marketing podcasts on iTunes and top sales podcasts of 2018 and 2019, according to Top Sales Magazine, has interviewed notable guests from Arianna Huffington and Tom Peters to Dan Pink.

Tiffani Bova was recently celebrated as one of Inc. Magazine’s 37 Sales Experts You Need to Follow on Twitter, a LinkedIn Top Sales Expert to follow in 2019, a Top 100 Women in Tech, a Brand Quarterly Magazine Top 50 Marketing Thought Leader, and one of the most Powerful and Influential Women in California according to the National Diversity Council.

Mastering the Art of Outshining the Crowd

Tiffani Bova tells that competition may bring out the best in organizations; however, it also makes it harder to stick out. “I don’t believe in this concept at all, on the off chance that you need to appreciate the best of both worlds, you have to get over being average and venture out with strength, you should be your own competition, and that is also true for the businesses,” she says.

When was the last time you saw an “average” brand flourish? Have you ever seen a brand that offered no excellent incentive to clients gained accomplishment in a jam-packed industry with bunches of contenders? Likely not. On the off chance that they succeeded, their achievements were likely brief.

“So as to discover continued accomplishment in a packed market, you should stick out. This doesn’t mean you need to be erratic or boisterous, yet you do need to focus on your visibility,” says Tiffani Bova. The three ways you can enhance your visibility are:

1.    Create Your Brand Image

The absolute initial step is to discover a brand personality and truly center around fleshing out the subtleties so you can pass it on to your audience. “Your brand can be perky; it can be idiosyncratic or even mysterious; fundamentally, it can be anything you desire it to be. Notwithstanding, it should never be boring,” says Tiffani Bova.

The goal is to make your brand image stand out from the opponent and build up a persona that genuinely draws in your prospects. On the off chance that you do this, you won’t have anything to stress over, for people would already know you are not an average brand out there, lurking in the market just for some time.  

2.    Opt for the ’Road Not Taken’

What’s the one thing your retail brand is doing that nobody else is doing? You don’t need to change the business, yet there ought to be in any event one mind-boggling factor that makes your brand unique. 

“A distinct element could be something as basic as a special merchandise return policy or a cruelty-free product. It could likewise be something greater, similar to a creative store design or vivid shopping experience. Just think about, and the possibilities are endless. Take risks and go for the road not taken to explore what distinctiveness you can give to your brand,” says Tiffani Bova.

3.    Let Your Brand Create Relationship with Patrons

Your clients need to feel like they have a relationship with your brand. In the event that they just stroll into the store, purchase an item, and leave, there is certainly not a ton of connection. This probably won’t hurt you for the time being. However, it has a drawn-out effect in terms of repeat business and brand value.

There are bunches of approaches to building up profound, meaningful associations with your clients; however, nothing replaces close and personal communication, contributing to consumer loyalty.

Relinquish Being Average Clients have more choices than any other time in the world. By what means will you manage this? You can be average, or you can go for an exciting brand image that mirrors the needs of the market. The ball is your court!

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