Building a Brand Strategy Around GenZ

Gen Z is a unique and important demographic for brands to consider in their marketing efforts. In order to effectively connect with Gen Z, companies must have a strong and effective brand strategy that takes into account the preferences and behaviors of this demographic.

One key element of a successful brand strategy for Gen Z is a strong presence on social media. Gen Z is highly active on platforms such as TikTok, Instagram, and Snapchat, and companies that want to reach this audience should have a strong presence on these platforms and create engaging content that resonates with Gen Z.

Another important element of a brand strategy for Gen Z is staying on top of social media trends and incorporating them into your marketing efforts. Gen Z is heavily influenced by the content they see on social media, so staying up-to-date with the latest trends can help to make your brand more relevant and appealing to this audience.

In addition to these elements, companies should also focus on creating a brand voice that is authentic and relatable to Gen Z. By featuring real customers and their experiences with the brand, and by engaging directly with Gen Z on social media, companies can create a more authentic and relatable brand image that resonates with this important demographic.

Overall, a brand strategy that takes into account the preferences and behaviors of Gen Z, as well as the latest social media trends, can be highly effective in connecting with this important demographic and driving engagement and sales.

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Ninja Reveals His New Brand

Today was a big day in the gaming & esports industry – Ninja revealed his new brand, and let’s just say it was everything we did not expect.


Via Twitter, Ninja shares his new logo, icon, and overall brand. One thing’s for sure – it was the talk of the day. Over thousands of tweets and hundreds of quote, tweets filled the Twitterverse, commenting about the distaste from fans, creators, and creatives in the community.

I mean… I can see where they were going with this – but there are definitely a lot of things that come off rather alarming at first glance:

  1. Why is the “a” in NINJA not capitalized?
  2. Why is the “I” and the “J” a very different weight than the rest of the letters?
  3. Why is there a faint line in the new hair logo?

And the list continues.

So, what do you think? Are you a fan of Ninja’s new brand, or prefer his old one?