branding

  1. the act of stigmatizing
  2. to accuse or condemn openly or formally
  3. mark or expose as infamous

Branding

Attaching a brand mark or brand name to a product in order to distinguish it from other product variants.

Branding

the creation of a three-dimensional character for a product, defined in terms of name, packaging, colours, symbols, etc., that helps to differentiate it from its competitors, and helps the customer to develop a relationship with the product.
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Branding

Product/Service on offer â€` low volume, high yield (e.g. a Server) vs. high volume, low yield (e.g. an entry level PC)
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Branding

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Brand
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branding

(from the article `marketing`) Packaging and branding are also substantial components in the marketing of a product. Packaging in some instances may be as simple as customers in ...
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branding

(from the article `corporal punishment`) ...offenses in the future. It was also maintained that, for instance, the amputation of a pickpocket`s right hand would lessen his physical ability ...
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Branding

Branding is the act of marking a body with a red-hot iron. It was used as a punishment in England for various crimes until it was abolished in 1822. A form of branding continued for a while in the army as a punishment for desertion when a large D was marked with ink or gunpowder on the left side two inches below the arm-pit.
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Branding

The specific identification of a company by which it becomes known, used, trusted and quoted by the consumer.
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Branding

Marking a horse (or other animal) by burning the skin with a hot iron, or alternatively with a frozen implement (freeze branding). The hair often grows back a contrasting color.[39]
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Branding

A permanent mark used to identify cattle. Fire branding or feeze branding is most often used.
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Branding

The process of identifying and differentiating an organization
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Branding

A school of advertising that says, 'If the consumer has heard of us, we've done our job.' Fortunatel
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branding

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