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Lexicon Branding Reveals How To Survive A Panda "Attack"

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Create a distinctive and memorable strategic marketing tool…your brand name

SAUSALITO, Calif., Aug. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Pandas, penguins and hummingbirds typically evoke warm, feel – good thoughts. That is unless your company misses out on valuable web traffic after changes to search engine algorithms impact where your company ranks on search engine results pages – or if it shows up at all.

When released by search engines, these types of algorithmic changes while called cute animals like pandas, penguins and hummingbirds, can cause your brand to get lost amongst vague descriptions unless consumers are searching for it by name. According to Glenn Gabe's recent post on Search Engine Watch, "…I unfortunately saw many companies get pummelled…losing more than 60% of Google organic traffic overnight." One of the best defenses against pesky "pandas" – invest in creating a strategic, marketing tool – a distinctive and memorable brand - that consumers easily recall when researching or buying your product.

As one of the world's most successful naming companies, Lexicon Branding founder, David Placek, unveils why brand names matter and how a thoughtful approach to this key asset helps companies rise to the top of search engine results pages on the "wild", worldwide web:

  • The most successful marketers use both scientific research and creativity to create distinctive and memorable brand names. It is more than simple word play to create a brand that sticks in the mind. Memorable brands endure and resonate by combining a minimum of three facets – semantics or meaning, sound and letter structure.
  • Brands need to stand out and work across the globe in multiple languages and various multi-media formats. This is becoming harder to do given trademark registrations continue to increase. For example, global class 9 trademark applications more than doubled from approximately 259,000 in 1984 to exceeding 530,000 by 2013. Lexicon predicts globally by 2017 there will be 55 million trademark applications across the existing classes.
  • A distinctive brand name is perennial, not perishable or easily forgotten. Thus, algorithms can change and the organic traffic generated by your brand survives because it was built to last.

Commenting on how to successfully navigate the 2 million web searches conducted every minute, David noted, "The right brand name is a fundamental element of strategic marketing that creates value by being distinctive and memorable as well as elevating the conversation. It evokes feelings typically followed by action. The best guard against changes you can't control is to invest in your brand so that consumers will ask for it by name – whether they're shopping in a traditional bricks-and-mortar store or typing it into the search bar."

About Lexicon Branding
Lexicon Branding is an independent branding and strategy firm based in Sausalito, California. With more than 3,500 projects completed across 18 countries and 30 years of experience, Lexicon Branding has contributed to some of the world's most recognized brands, including Intel's Pentium, Coca-Cola's Dasani, Toyota's Scion, Apple's PowerBook, General Motor's OnStar, Research In Motion's Blackberry as well as Febreze and Swiffer for Proctor & Gamble. With more than $350 million products carrying a Lexicon name sold; the firm's mantra is "yes to new ideas" by being on the forefront of innovation and creativity. To learn more about Lexicon Branding, visit www.lexiconbranding.com.

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