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a name or other device placed on merchandise to signify its ownership or manufacture

to set off by or as if by a mark indicating ownership or manufacture

to mark with disgrace or infamy

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a recognizable kind

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identification mark on skin, made by burning

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a piece of wood that has been burned or is burning

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a symbol of disgrace or infamy

burn with a branding iron to indicate ownership

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to accuse or condemn or openly or formally or brand as disgraceful

mark with a brand or trademark

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mark or expose as infamous

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Brands must be authentic if they are to connect with people (and employees can smell "spin" from a mile away).
We also know that strong brands generate more alumni support and more positive word-of-mouth.
Vying for market share, these competing brands show tenacity--many moving their brand "pole position" significantly from the initial 1998 study.
There is no doubt that brands wield a huge influence in today's society, but it is this very fact, it is argued, that empowers both consumers and activists of various shades.
I would argue that Southwest Airlines is one of the most powerful and positive brands in an industry that many customers love to hate: the airline industry.
com/reports/c49481) has announced the addition of US Launch: Phase IIIa, IIIb and Launch Year Brand Commercialization to their offering.
Vogel also notes that most growers don't expect brands to be perfect, but that the companies behind the brands should be there to correct problems if they arise.
Dooner: For our brands to grow and prosper, they need love.
He helps clients manage the impact such trends have on brands.
The way organisations manage their interactions with stakeholders will determine the strength of their brand and reputation.
Both views reflect a belief in brands as assets--items of value that must be managed for profitability and survival.
Uncover real-world brand budgets from the first three years on the market:
Turley says that brands must get back in touch with today's buyer values without migrating away from the brand's core values.