6 Ways to Make Your Brand More Human

There’s something compelling about companies that aren’t afraid to be human. Whether you’re a marketer or a company founder, it’s important to show a side of your brand that people want to get to know.

People love to work with brands that are human. Brands that are relatable and approachable. They’re the ones that people want to be a part of. Brands that inspire and help them achieve their goals. They’re the ones that people want to talk to and share their thoughts and ideas with.

Are you feeling frustrated and bored with the same old marketing and branding campaigns? Today, I’ll show you 6 new ideas for making your brand more human and memorable.


The personality you put forward will come through in everything you do. Your customers will be able to tell when you’re faking it. They’ll be able to tell when your passion for what you’re doing is real or not. They’ll be able to see the purpose of the brand.

When you think about the words that describe your personality, what comes to mind? How does that match with the way you communicate on social media? Is it consistent or do you change your style for different audiences or for different circumstances?

Personality is a key element of any brand. You can’t just have a company without having a personality. Your brand needs to have a personality that represents its values, beliefs and products or services. You should always keep in mind that the customers are not your competitors. They are the people who buy your product or service. So, you should never forget to consider them while creating your brand. 

People Buy From People

If you want to increase the amount of time that people spend thinking about your business, make your company less corporate, more personable. This is something that’s becoming more common—and it seems to be working.

The best way to make your company stand out is by making it more personal. If you want your company to be successful, then you have to be a real person to your customers. If you are a very professional, formal company, then your customers will not trust you. It is important to be a real person. Your customers will feel comfortable when they are dealing with you. They will be more likely to buy from you if you are a real person. You have to make sure that your company is more personal because it’s the only way to make your company successful.

Be Authentic

When people think about you, do you feel like they’re thinking of a person? Or do they think of a faceless brand name that represents you? If the latter, it’s time to get some more personal touches into your brand. According to a study from Accenture, “more than half (53%) of consumers find it difficult to remember a brand name and almost all (95%) don’t know if a product is made by the same company as another one they use.” The solution? Be authentic.

One way brands are trying to be more personable is by having an employee or customer share their experiences with others online. This type of content is called “word-of-mouth marketing” and it’s a powerful form of PR. Companies like Whole Foods, Google, and Zappos have embraced it, as have brands like Nike and Microsoft.

To me, word-of-mouth marketing is one of the best forms of public relations because the company has a face. When you interact with someone, you get a real sense of who they are. That’s why people trust it so much. If you ever had to recommend someone to a friend or relative, you would probably look for reviews before doing so. People are more likely to believe you when you have good references. The best thing is to actually do it for yourself. Try to find positive reviews online about the brand that you are planning to buy from. You can even call the customer service number on the website to see if the customer service agents will listen to your story. If they don’t, you can also use social media sites like Facebook and Twitter.

Use emotional appeals

It’s common knowledge that emotions and feelings are a part of human nature. But what was once seen as a weakness is now seen as a strength for a business. Using emotional appeals, such as humor, can help you make a better connection with your audience. But don’t go overboard. You want to keep your message on-topic. Avoid going too deep into your feelings on a topic. And make sure you know your audience before you get too personal.

Emotions are great motivators. They are powerful tools that have been used in advertising since the beginning of time. Advertising agencies use them in the creation of commercials, radio spots, and television ads. There are many ways to use them effectively in a business setting. You can use the power of emotions to persuade customers or employees to purchase your products or services. A good way to do this is to use humor. Humor is a funny way to approach the subject. If you can make people laugh, they will like you. It’s very important to be funny, but don’t go too far. Humor that is inappropriate or offensive will not work.

Include real people in your brand

It’s easy to make a mistake in the visual branding of your business. A good way to avoid it is to use real people. We all want to believe that our company, organization, or product is just like us. If we can identify with the people who make it up, then we’re more likely to believe in it. This might sound silly, but it’s true.

Today’s consumers want more authenticity. They’re interested in brands that care about who they are, where they’re from, what their values and interests are, and who they associate with. The more of these factors a brand can include, the better. When you do include real people in your brand, you’ll build a stronger connection with your audience, giving them a reason to trust your brand.

Connect with people on a deeper level

There are many ways to connect with people on a deeper level. In fact, some of the most successful companies today rely on nothing more than human interaction. Think about how Google started. It was all about connecting with humans and providing them with an easy-to-use platform and service that would allow them to access information and products in a new way. Similarly, Amazon started out as a bookstore. And that’s what they’ve always been known for.

You can also use online communication tools to connect with people. In fact, these days, we have so much to communicate with people online that we can do almost anything through the Internet. Many businesses use this to connect with people. We can buy and sell our items using these platforms. Some even provide services that allow us to connect with people from all over the world. Social media sites are a great example of this. They allow people to connect with others and to share their thoughts, ideas, and experiences.

Additional Hacks

1. Use a human-centered design approach when you design your own website.

2. Create a “human” image for your brand.

3. Bring a human face to your marketing.

4. Find out how customers want to be talked to.

5. Make your product more human.


In conclusion, to make your brand more human and relatable, you need to develop an emotional connection with your customers. They want to see that there’s a human being at the other end of the product. You need to show them what your brand is like in real life. When you can give a human voice to your brand, it allows your audience to better understand your brand and their experience with it.

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