Marketing 101

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BSMSPEMBA

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Re: Marketing 101
« Reply #20 on: 29 Dec 2020, 02:37 pm »
Perhaps "Bryston, simply the best."

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« Reply #21 on: 29 Dec 2020, 06:12 pm »
More lines. Sorry, but I enjoy word play!
Bryston: Performance of Note.
Bryston: Superb Sound, Superior Design.
Bryston: Refined Sound, Advanced Engineering
Bryston strikes the right chord.

Maybe more to come....

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« Reply #22 on: 29 Dec 2020, 07:19 pm »
Bryston: International Music, Canadian Engineering

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« Reply #23 on: 29 Dec 2020, 07:22 pm »
Bryston - Feel the music
or
Bryston - Experience the music

Or some such thing. I'd invite someone more creative than me to work on this idea. My thought here is that I can listen to music on lots of devices. I enjoy my Bryston equipment because it allows me to close my eyes and be transported TO the music. Bryston allows me to feel the music and to elicit an emotional response. It's more than just hearing or listening.

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Re: Marketing 101
« Reply #24 on: 29 Dec 2020, 07:35 pm »
Bryston- Just listen

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« Reply #25 on: 29 Dec 2020, 08:21 pm »

Is it Live - Or is it Bryston

True to the source - Bryston

Performance / Bryston

Excellence in engineering / Bryston


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Re: Marketing 101
« Reply #26 on: 30 Dec 2020, 01:59 am »
Hi Guys,

My $0.02

Bryston, the electronics of emotion.

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Re: Marketing 101
« Reply #27 on: 30 Dec 2020, 02:07 am »
Persistent Pursuit of Performance.

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Re: Marketing 101
« Reply #28 on: 30 Dec 2020, 03:23 am »
Reading James's recent entry made me think of one:  Persistent Pursuit of Perfection

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« Reply #29 on: 30 Dec 2020, 06:10 am »
Solid- Like a Rock.

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« Reply #30 on: 30 Dec 2020, 06:13 am »
I know, used before , but it is accurate .

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« Reply #31 on: 30 Dec 2020, 12:19 pm »
Reading James's recent entry made me think of one:  Persistent Pursuit of Perfection

I like the alliteration - aye!

james

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« Reply #32 on: 30 Dec 2020, 01:17 pm »
I like the alliteration - aye!

james
Agree on alliteration.
Making Music
Making Music Matter
Excellence Exemplified
Pursuing Perfection

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« Reply #33 on: 30 Dec 2020, 03:32 pm »
Hi James, you said the tag line should define what Bryston is or does, but another approach might be to define what state your client is in after acquiring your product.   

I purchased my first Bryston product ~40 years ago.  Something like "designed to outperform, built to outlast" is very well fitting for you guys, but lets look at the impact you have on your customers.

After buying Bryston, your customer...

 - no longer worries about reliability
 - no longer worries about achieving better performance
 - no longer worries about support

I think that speaking to the outcome, or state of audiophilia contentment achieved is more powerful.  Words like pursuit, anticipate, expect, sound like you are still trying to get 'there'.  When you in fact you have already been 'there' for a very long time.

For me anyway, Bryston means "Performance and reliability, achieved". the only thing left for me to do is "Let the music play".






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« Reply #34 on: 30 Dec 2020, 06:29 pm »
Bryston makes products for both professionals and audiophiles and is big on heritage so how about:

'Delighting professionals and audiophiles since 1967'

I am sure I got the year wrong though, you fellas can correct me.

James, one of the key things is to decide to whom this marketing is oriented towards. If it's the younger clientele you're after, then heritage typically means little to them. It's difficult to target everyone. Then you're really not targeting anyone.

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Antun

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Re: Marketing 101
« Reply #35 on: 30 Dec 2020, 07:06 pm »
How about

Bryston - When you're tired of listening to average.

james


That targets the customer.
« Last Edit: 30 Dec 2020, 08:48 pm by James Tanner »

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Re: Marketing 101
« Reply #36 on: 30 Dec 2020, 07:51 pm »
Too much time on my hands this week,so.....
Sumptuous Sound, Rugged Reliability
Superb Sound, Pro Approved

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Re: Marketing 101
« Reply #37 on: 30 Dec 2020, 07:56 pm »
Makes al the instruments sound real ; Bryston

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« Reply #38 on: 30 Dec 2020, 07:59 pm »
Canadian Built. World-Class Sound.  8)

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« Reply #39 on: 30 Dec 2020, 08:30 pm »
How about

Bryston - When you're tiered of listening to average.

james


That targets the customer.

LOL! Tired of listening to average... as in slogans?

Sorry, no. Comparative or excluding slogans aren't that effective.