We see thousands of brands in our daily life. In a study it was revealed that 30% of 3-year-old children correctly matched logos with their corresponding brands compared with 91.3% of 6-year-old children. Brands come up with new ways to lure customers and expand their user base. In doing so, they come up with attractive logos,brand names.
Taking these decisions are of utmost importance as they are hard to amend once fixed and have a lasting effect. Apart from resorting to attractive logos some companies have brand mascots. Ranging from cute animals, animated versions of the product and human characters, these spokescharacters can act as the mouthpiece of the brand, appealing at times to specific audiences or more likely, just becoming a figure you instantly associate with them.
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