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Rebranding

We can rebuild it. We have the technology.

For many reasons, brands sometimes get out of sync with their core audiences and the customers they hope to attract. Their message, marketing materials and overall aesthetic presentation fail to connect. But fear not, for the experts at The Marketing Machine are here to swoop in with our rebranding expertise and save the day.

Over the years, TMM has gained a reputation as a strategic and creative marketing agency that helps companies successfully rebrand and refocus themselves. By following a 3-step process (described below), we can help reengineer the face and internal strategic guts that your company presents to the world. Let’s go!

A few reasons why companies may undergo a rebranding:

  • A recent merger or expansion has significantly altered who and what they are.
  • A long-established company is undergoing a name change and needs to reintroduce itself.
  • Sales are in decline and a rethinking of the business model and overall vision is in order.
  • The brand’s look, messaging and overall vibe become outdated and need a refresh.

Rebranding is all about moving forward and never looking back. 

Beyond a handful of refreshed marketing materials, a rebrand offers clients newfound passion for their business. There is renewed vigor and energy that immediately translate to every employee, and a general sense of excitement that may have been missing for a while. It’s incredibly rewarding.

Discover our well-oiled, highly effective rebranding process:

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STEP 1:
Know the key customer.

We avoid the temptation of launching into logo design or name generation. First step is to understand the target, the problems they face and how the newly rebranded company will help solve them. What is the customer’s buying process? What motivates people to action? What are the drivers that can unlock brand loyalty?

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STEP 2:
Know what makes you unique.

Let’s focus on understanding the central qualities that drive your company, its people and customers. What is the emotional underpinning of your mission? What are the attributes that defined you then…and that define you now? Common themes will likely begin to emerge and those become the seeds of your new, unfolding brand.

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STEP 3:
Go forth with confidence.

Now you’re ready to unveil your new brand to the world and create your future success story. Each brand is unique, but typically, we recommend the following rollout order: new name, logo and color palette (if applicable), updated stationery, redesigned website, refreshed marketing communications. Then, new customer acquisition efforts can begin.

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Kelly
Instant GMP

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Jessica Hoffman
First Analytics

"The HPN Select staff here in Raleigh appreciates the amount of work that TMM have put into our business. I know we are all over the place sometimes, but from our perspective on Glenwood Ave we like the work that’s being done, and from where I sit… having been here 4 years now… We’ve never had anything that has come close to what we have now.”

Christopher Frederick
HPN Select

“TMM team developed a messaging foundation we so desperately needed. The way they captured our essence is much like a spouse, they know us and get us like no one else. Impressive work.”

Jessica Hoffman
First Analytics

We have worked with The Marketing Machine on numerous projects over the years from brochures, to logos, to websites and branding. Without a doubt, the results have always been amazing. Paul has a keen sense of what his clients are looking for, and he guides his team to deliver great products that meet a customer's expectations and budget.

NCRMA – North Carolina Retail Merchants Association

The most exciting thing is we would have a meeting, we would leave with objectives, they would leave with objectives. When we came back, we were always surprised, and always pleasantly surprised...they never missed the ball.

Ed Boiar
Delve Interiors
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