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The Meaning of Marketing: The 12 Archetypes, Pt. 4

February 7, 2020 | Tags: ,

So far this week, we have walked through the first nine archetypal identities outlined in The Hero and the Outlaw: Building Extraordinary Brands Through the Power of Archetypes. If you’re just joining the conversation, be sure to read Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. Now we will dive into the final three archetypes: the […] Read More

The Meaning of Marketing: The 12 Archetypes, Pt. 3

February 6, 2020 | Tags: ,

In our posts on Tuesday and Wednesday this week, we discussed six archetypal identities highlighted in The Hero and the Outlaw: Building Extraordinary Brands Through the Power of Archetypes. In this segment, we will spotlight the next three: the Regular Guy/Gal (the Everyman), the Lover, and the Jester. The driving motivation of these three is […] Read More

The Meaning of Marketing: The 12 Archetypes, Pt. 2

February 5, 2020 | Tags: ,

In yesterday’s post, we tackled the first three archetypal identities—the Innocent, the Explorer and the Sage—as outlined in The Hero and the Outlaw: Building Extraordinary Brands Through the Power of Archetypes. The book categorizes the next three archetypal identities as the Hero, Outlaw, and Magician. They share a desire to “take action and exert power” […] Read More

The Meaning of Marketing: The 12 Archetypes, Pt. 1

February 4, 2020 | Tags: ,

In our previous post, we introduced the concept of archetypal theory as it pertains to successful branding. In this next series of posts, we will take a more in-depth journey through each of the types by looking at real-world examples.  Pearson and Mark group the 12 primary archetypal identities into four sets of three, based […] Read More

The Meaning of Marketing: Introducing Archetypal Brand Identity

January 10, 2020 | Tags: ,

Humans have long looked—individually and collectively—to stories for their sense of order and meaning. The world is, in essence, governed by narratives, whether they be the small spatial stories our brains rely on to construct thoughts or the belief complexes that make up our worldviews and guide our decisions, behaviors, and morals. Yuval Noah Harris […] Read More