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Documents Flashcards Grammar checker. Branding — definition American Marketing Association: A name, term, design, symbol, or any other feature that identifies one seller’s good or service as distinct from those of other sellers. The legal term for brand is trademark. A brand may identify one item, a family of items, or all items of that seller.
If used for the firm as a whole, the preferred term is trade name. Sears uses Kenmore brand for appliances and Craftsman for tools. This makes it possible to use the company name is used to legitimise the names of products.
Simultaneously products are individualised by their individual names Kotler Branding – successes and failures: Chevy cannot do it not selling well in Latin America Haig Brand as a linguistic message Disciplines involved in branding: Golf is a transfer of a noun denoting a game onto a car model. One may say that the semantic field of the existing lexemes is enlarged by the organisation creating the brand.
A more elaborate classification of brands is also given by the same author.
Brand character – method of transferring Examples the message Descriptive semantic Direct motivation through the meaning of Lux words Suggestive relative Allusion, connotation. Obstruents gargarski perceived as hard and sharp.
Clorox — laundry product. Sonorants are perceived as soft and smooth. These sounds are absent in Agila, which in turn contains [g] sound suggesting it is large and luxurious and [l] mqrketing that has the connotations of pleasant feelings. Antara and GT seem to fail the test.
Both of them contain the [t] sound suggesting: The [g] sound in GT suggests it is large and luxurious, which is not altogether true but, at least it compensates the negative connotations of the neighbouring [t] sound. Generally speaking the names are dominated by vowels. The sound is classified as an unpleasant one but to many people it may have the connotations of the engine noise and of such sports cars like Ferrari or Porsche.
This may possibly explain why the [r] sound does not occur in the names of van s [Combo, Movano], the name of a city car [Agila] and garbaarski the distinguished, elegant and quiet Signum.
Branding definition. American Marketing Association:
Crystal Crystal a indicates that such an open vowel may indicate largeness as opposed to close vowels a: The [a] ending is definitely connected with female Christian names and this may be a major cultural issue for a car manufacturer operating across cultures.
One may say that the number of sounds and graphemes is a way of categorizing the fleet of offered cars. No single name is longer than 3 syllables following the concept of a short and easy to remember brand.
The basic models have two-syllable names [Corsa, Astra, Vectra, and Signum]. Lechlsaw relationship of vowels to consonants V: Astra, and Vectra contain 3 consonant cluster while Corsa, Tigra, Signum and Combo contain 2 consonant clusters and Agila, Vivaro and Movano do not contain clusters of consonants at all.
No cluster of consonants is placed at the beginning or end of the name thus making it aest to pronounce. C relationship in the analysed names V: Polo, Golf, Passat, Scirocco. C Pattern of syllables Meaning Language Connotations 5 5 2 2: Lechosad s Invented Transf. Polskie Wydawnictwo Ekonomiczne S.
Boletin del Instituto Caro y Cuervo marketjng The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Language. Punkt zwrotny nowoczesnej firmy. Macmillan Publishers Limited Gods of the Word: Archetypes in the Consonants.
Truman State University Press, July Edith Hamilton and Huntington Cairns eds. Plato, the Collected Dialogues. Linguistic Aspects of Names in the Motor Industry.
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