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What is difference between direct marketing and branding ?
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Direct marketing is a specific technique where you reach out to potential customers via mail, catalogs, flyers, emails… Basically, you don’t use a retailer to distribute your products or services. Rather, you reach out to customers directly, hence the name.
Branding, on the other hand, is an all-encompassing strategy that influences how the world sees your business. Every interaction you have with employees, customers, leads, and the public contributes to your brand’s image and reputation. Brand building should be done consistently and deliberately across all of your marketing techniques to be most effective.
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Direct Marketing- As the name suggests it is direct marketing there is no involvement of the third person. It is a direct interaction with customers to do business with you or buy your products. In Direct Marketing, there is no retailer who sells or distribute your products.

Branding- Branding is the process to increase the awareness of your service, product or name in the people to become a brand so people recognized you easily with the name. For ex. if I say Google, you will easily recognize it's the world's best and widely used search engine.
So the process of making something, a brand is called branding.
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Direct marketing is about directly telling people what your business is about and giving them the option to do business with you right away.
In branding campaign, an advertiser exposes his brand on major sites and applications. The most popular methods are Display Ads, Remarketing, Youtube Ads and custom Ads.
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Direct marketing is a specific technique where you reach out to potential customers via mail, catalogs, flyers, emails… Basically, you don’t use a retailer to distribute your products or services. Rather, you reach out to customers directly, hence the name.
Branding, on the other hand, is an all-encompassing strategy that influences how the world sees your business. Every interaction you have with employees, customers, leads, and the public contributes to your brand’s image and reputation. Brand building should be done consistently and deliberately across all of your marketing techniques to be most effective.
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Direct marketing is a form of advertising where organizations communicate directly to customers through a variety of media including cell phone text messaging, email, websites, online adverts etc. Branding represents their market identity-who they are, what they do, what kind of quality they provide.
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Direct Marketing- As the name suggests it is direct marketing there is no involvement of the third person. It is a direct interaction with customers to do business with you or buy your products. In Direct Marketing, there is no retailer who sells or distribute your products.

Branding- Branding is the process to increase the awareness of your service, product or name in the people to become a brand so people recognized you easily with the name. For ex. if I say Google, you will easily recognize it's the world's best and widely used search engine.
So the process of making something, a brand is called branding.
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Direct marketing is a promotional method that involves presenting information about your company, product, or service to your target customer without the use of an advertising middleman. It is a targeted form of marketing that presents information of potential interest to a consumer that has been determined to be a likely buyer.

Branding is all of the ways you establish an image of your company in your customers’ eyes. The purpose of branding is to simply and easily help your customers understand what you offer and how you’re different. But it’s not only a USP (unique selling proposition), it is the combination of all the ways you communicate what you stand for.
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1.The purpose of direct marketing is to generate immediate business. Branding helps your company establish its position in market place for long time.
2.Direct marketing is having a quick customer action .Direct marketing can occur through variety of media.Branding will take long time to take action.
3.Direct marketing have short term orientation and branding is having the objective of long term advertising.
4.Direct marketing is the potential for creating a price orientation with your customers. Branding relies on continuity, consistency, investment and delivery brand promises.
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