What’s your Brands Archetype?

Uncover your brands true personality and leave a lasting impression in your buyers’ minds.

We all gravitate to people who have a certain personality but we don’t often reflect how that works.

As humans, we are hardwired to feel before we think. In fact we feel in order to think!

Kevin Roberts, Chief executive (until 2014) of Saatchi & Saatchi the Global Comms and Ad agency, made this thought provoking statement:

“ Emotion, intuition, long-term memories and unconscious motivations make up as much as 80% of our decision-making processes. ”

So whom you decide to be life-long friends, is more to do with your emotional gut feel than rational thought.

It’s no different to the relationship you have with brands. People have personality… and so do brands.

What makes a brand look, act or express itself in a certain way is based on universally understood characters – or archetypes – that make up the whole gamut of human behaviour.

First used by Carl Gustave Jung (1875-1961) in his theory of the human psyche known as the ‘Collective Unconscious‘, archetypes have influenced many fields including that of brand and marketing.

In this FREE Brand Archetypes PDF you’ll get:

  • To understand what archetypes are and how they influence brands
  • The differences between brand personality and identity
  • A chart of the 12 archetypes with business and buyer motivators or drivers
  • 12 explanations of what makes each one tick from strategy to talent
  • Many examples of people, fictional characters, videos & more…
Brand Archetypes

Peter Engelhardt

About Peter Engelhardt

“I’m a caffeine dependent Brand Strategist whose purpose is to help visionary business owners do amazing things in the World. Helping SMEs to craft their high level Brand Strategy is my passion because a differentiated, energised business with pinpoint customer focus leads to long-term prosperity.”

Based in Melbourne Australia, Peter is the founder of Strategic Marketing and Design Company Creative Brew and the self-discovery Brand Strategy eTool Plan2Brand. Author of Differentiate to Dominate and the brew blog.