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Maritime Vintage Vlog | Blog — Brand Ideation

Building and Protecting Your Brand Online: Hub and Spoke Framework

Duncan Gillis Advantage" Brand Ideation branding Building and Protecting Your Brand Online: Hub and Spoke Framework Competitive How to build and protect your brand online | To Gain Your "Long Term How to set up your business online Hub and poke Branding Framework Hub and Spoke Marketing Framework Shopify Sustainable

Building and Protecting Your Brand Online: Hub and Spoke Framework

How to build and protect your brand online | To Gain Your "Long Term, Sustainable, Competitive, Advantage" Learn from Maritime Vintage, and Maritime Adaptive Media as they show you how to leverage their: "Hub and Spoke Retail Marketing Framework" To protect you brand in the long term. www.MaritimeVintage.com

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#FlashbackFriday | 💚#Nipper | "His Masters Voice" 💚| #Brands That Stand the Test of Time

Duncan Gillis #FlashbackFriday #FlashbackFriday | 💚#Nipper | "His Masters Voice" 💚| #Brands That Stand the Test of Time Affiliate marketing Brand Ambasadors Brand Ideation Branding Brands that stand the test of time His Masters Voice How to build a brand marketing Mascots Nipper Retail Retail selling Sales

#FlashbackFriday | 💚#Nipper | "His Masters Voice" 💚| #Brands That Stand the Test of Time

❤️"His Masters Voice" - Nipper ❤️The RCA Mascot Nipper the alert terrier with an ear cocked to listen to the phonograph was immortalized in a painting  by Francis Barraud that later became the RCA Victor trademark. The image of the adorable little puppy sitting with a cocked head next to a gramophone is etched into our collective minds.  Nipper (1884–1895) was a dog from Bristol, England, who served as the model for a painting by Francis Barraud titled "His Master's Voice". Nipper was a mixed-breed dog and probably part Jack Russell Terrier, or "part Bull Terrier". He was named Nipper because he would "nip" the backs of visitors' legs. Nipper’s  story stretches back to #Bristol where...

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