Over the last year at Bokeh Podcast, we have spent so much time reviewing brand positions, that we thought it was time to offer live brand consultations!
In this special series, we’ll be exploring how to develop brand positions based on principles derived from Donald Miller’s book, Building a Storybrand.
In episode 339 of the Bokeh Podcast, Nathan chats with Ashlee Hamon, a photographer in Tampa Bay, to start brainstorming a potential unique brand position for her business. While not every consultation will end in a definitive brand position, we’re focused on getting photographers thinking about setting themselves apart from their competition.
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What is a Brand Position?
Benefits of Brand Position
A. Enables Potential Clients to Immediately Know Your UVP
B. Filters Irrelevant Potential Clients
C. Simplifies/Focuses Marketing Efforts
D. Encourages Better Time Management
Catch Up w/ Ashlee (2:43)
About Ashlee’s Business (8:18)
Years in Business: 8
Located in: Tampa Bay, FL
Current Brand Position: Specializes in vibrant wedding, engagement, maternity, and branding portraiture. (9:59)
The Importance of the Word Creative (12:09)
What Sets Ashlee Apart: Colorful Aesthetic & OCF Knowledge (13:01)
Tip for Brand Position: Don’t focus on the technical aspect, because it isn’t as important to your clients. (14:57)
Top Strengths (15:56)
Willingness to Fail
Favorite Things About Photography: (34:45)
Interacting with People
Capturing Significant Moments
Researching Competition (38:14)
Contrasting Ashlee’s Brand to the Competition (47:24)