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  • If possible, include the URLS of their web site.
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  • Feel free to include hex, RGB or CMYK colors if you know them.
  • Why did you start the business? What were you hoping to achieve?
  • Discover your brand's character type. Check out this infographic by Joanna Worthington. It illustrates 12 different character types that most brands would fall into. Which one accurately describes your brand?
  • Who's problems are you trying to solve? How old are they? Where do they live? What do they do? What are their interests? What are their values?
  • What emotions do you want to invoke? Check out the University of West Alabama's Our Basic Emotions Infographic for inspiration.
  • A value proposition is a short synopsis of the value your brand provides to your audience. It is not the same thing as a slogan or positioning statement. For example, the UVP for Freshbooks is Small Business Accounting Software Designed for You, The Non-Accountant. This UVP tells us three things: - What problem do they solve? They provide web-based accounting software - Who are they doing it for? Small businesses who need it - What value (benefit) does it provide? The product value is that it's designed for non-accountants, meaning it is probably easy to use and understand Need more examples? Check out this article by Lean Labs: 25 Companies Who Absolutely Nailed Their Unique Value Proposition
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