Marketing Vs Branding

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Many business owners often confuse building branding with marketing, but it’s important to remember that sales are made from marketing efforts. While building your business brand is essential for the long term, making sales is crucial to have a successful business. It takes both marketing and branding efforts to achieve this goal. So don’t just focus on building your brand; ensure you also have a solid marketing strategy!


Marketing and branding are two crucial components of a successful business. Marketing is all about promoting your products or services through campaigns, promotions, and advertisements to encourage people to buy from you. On the other hand, branding focuses on creating an identity that resonates with your target audience through visual and emotional aspects. It’s the foundation of your business that makes your marketing efforts easier. Think of it this way: if marketing is the engine that drives sales, then branding is the fuel that keeps it running smoothly.

In this episode, your host Ann Carden, a strategic business coach and consultant, breaks down the differences between marketing and branding. By learning how to integrate both elements effectively, you’ll be able to build a successful business that’s profitable and also focused on growth. Don’t forget to make offers and run marketing campaigns while building your brand – they must go hand in hand! Remember that your ultimate goal is increasing revenue and making sales.

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Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:

[01:45] Marketing Vs. Branding – Why you don’t want to mistake branding and marketing? 

[09:44] The power of building your brand and marketing your products. 

[11:13] How to be seen and serve to grow your business?

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