This short illustrated book analyzes the key strategies used by leading companies such as Coca Cola, Cadbury, and Levi Strauss to promote their brands. Through a series of snapshots of their products or advertisements, Branded? takes a lighthearted look at the links between brand and consumer behavior, decoding messages put forward by different brands - from promises of luxury or a glamorous lifestyle to authority and reliability or technological empowerment.
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