Super Session With Akhilesh Ramachandran
AVP – MullenLowe Lintas Group
Sonic Branding & it’s Growing Importance in Marketing and Advertising.
- Super-Session with Akhilesh Ramachandran on Sonic Branding and it’s Growing Importance in Marketing and Advertising
- Sonic branding primarily means the sound that a brand associates with itself and makes it a part of their identity. It is the sound of logo
- Brands started using jingles and music in the 1900s to make themselves stand apart in the market and have a better recall value. Gradually, other companies also started picking up on the trend and Coca-Cola’s jingle “I’d like to buy the World a Coke” became a global hit in 1971. Other major companies like Microsoft also realised the importance of sonic branding and they came up with their famous booting up sound with Windows95
- Nokia’s classic ringtone, McDonald’s with “I’m loving it” and Intel Inside are just some of the other examples that leveraged the use of audio with their brand which helped them create a valuable brand image in the market
- We also watched the Netflix logo animation with and without the “thudum” and noticed the world of a difference that one small sound makes. Soundscapes in today’s world are extremely important because the average attention span of humans is 8 seconds, which is why that simple sound helps to create a better recall value in the minds of the customers