The world of diamond clear and diamond media has come a long way since the days of the old white-washed label.
As digital media companies such as Diamond Clear and Diamond Media begin to grow in popularity, the industry is undergoing an unprecedented transformation, with the advent of social and mobile platforms and an ever increasing number of brands that are now taking the opportunity to be more upfront with their brands.
As we approach the end of the first decade of digital media, there are many brands that still suffer from the stigma associated with the word ‘Diamond Clear’ or the old and more stigmatising moniker of ‘Diamond Media’.
Today, there is a growing trend of branding and branding companies attempting to bring clarity to the industry by making a distinction between the brand they are branding and the brand that is actually producing the branded content.
For Diamond Clear, this has been a very important part of the branding journey.
The brand that created the brand and the branding company that produces the content are not the same.
Whilst the branding is the same, the content is always different.
Whilst brands may want to make sure that the content on their sites is ‘the way it’s meant to be’, the content has to be different.
The new industry of social marketing has been bringing new ideas to the forefront of branding.
Whilst social media has certainly helped to make branding and brand identity more fluid, it has also created a greater opportunity for brands to be upfront about what the brand is about.
In this article, we look at how Diamond Clear intends to change the way social media is perceived in order to be a more transparent brand.
Diamond Clear has been the first brand to go all-in on the social media experience.
For the first time, they are actively working with content creators and brands to ensure that the social platform that is the platform of choice for Diamond Clear is the right one for the brand.
It’s not only that they have started the process to identify the most suitable platform for their brand, they have also launched a campaign called ‘Diamond on Twitter’ to educate their followers and supporters about what to expect when they start seeing the word on their Twitter feed.
This is a great opportunity for a brand to give their followers the opportunity for direct engagement from the brand, without having to rely on social media platforms.
As a brand, it is crucial that their brand is seen as inclusive, not just as a way to promote a product or service.
As a brand in this new industry, Diamond Clear are trying to bring the same kind of transparency that they did with social media, to the online world.
With this, the company are attempting to create an experience where brand ambassadors can reach out directly to their fans, and engage with them through the brand themselves.
It’s important that brands have an online presence that is relevant and authentic, and that the brand has a sense of place within the social and digital worlds.
This can be achieved through the development of a social media profile and a Twitter account that is unique to the brand itself.
This is what I like to call the ‘brand on demand’ approach.
When a brand is able to create a unique brand identity through the use of an online social media platform, that brand will have a more complete sense of identity in the digital world.
It will be more visible and it will be easier for people to relate to it.
It could also lead to a better brand experience on social and in the offline world, as brands will have greater access to brand ambassadors, who will then be able to engage with their followers directly, instead of having to create their own account.
With a strong brand identity, brand ambassadors are also more likely to become fans of the brand in the first place, and this will result in greater brand loyalty and a better experience for the brands on social.
While Diamond Clear’s social media team have not yet implemented this approach in their brand yet, they intend to make a push for the new social media industry to embrace this approach.
In an ideal world, brand and brand ambassadors should be able reach out to their followers as part of a brand-based conversation.
If you are an established brand or a brand that has recently been in the spotlight, you can now reach out and engage your followers directly with a brand ambassador on your brand’s account.
This will allow you to create more positive interactions with your fans, with a more positive brand experience and a more natural way for fans to connect with you on social platforms.
This approach is the perfect way for brands in the industry to build brand identity and build more loyal fans for their brands on a global scale.
The new social-media approach is also being embraced by other brands.
Instagram has recently launched an Instagram campaign called #FollowDiamondClear, in which they are inviting followers to follow the brand through the hashtags #Follow