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Good branding gives a company several advantages including establishing a positive reputation and building an image attractive to consumers. Branding develops an image of a company's products in the minds of consumers, attributing goods with certain unique qualities or characteristics that, if done effectively, are attractive to the target audience. A brand widely known in the market has brand recognition and builds up positive sentiment which further strengthens the company position amongst competitors. Benefits of a strong brand include: being able to command higher prices, speeding up new product acceptance, enabling market share penetration by advertising, and resisting price erosion.

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Research will often help us reduce risks associated with a new product, but it cannot take the risk away entirely. It is also important to ascertain whether the research has been complete. For example, Coca Cola did a great deal of research prior to releasing the New Coke, and consumers seemed to prefer the taste. However, consumers were not prepared to have this drink replace traditional Coke. Observation of consumers is often a powerful tool. Looking at how consumers select products may yield insights into how they make decisions and what they look for. For example, some American manufacturers were concerned about low sales of their products in Japan. Observing Japanese consumers, it was found that many of these Japanese consumers scrutinized packages looking for a name of a major manufacturer-the product specific-brands that are common in the U.S. (e.g., Tide) were not impressive to the Japanese, who wanted a name of a major firm like Mitsubishi or Proctor & Gamble. Observation may help us determine how much time consumers spend comparing prices, or whether nutritional labels are being consulted.