Will Bunnett

Politics • Branding • Psychology

April 20, 2015
by Will Bunnett
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Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Launches Strong on Inequality

There’s been a lot of harping on Hillary Clinton’s logo since she rolled out her presidential campaign last week, but her moves on economic inequality will likely have a bigger impact on her #politicalbrand. Specifically, Clinton is making it clear … Continue reading

September 15, 2014
by Will Bunnett
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Decisively Improving Hillary Clinton’s Political Brand

Back in 2007 and 2008, Hillary Clinton, candidate for president, had trouble making up her mind. Just as commercial brands must be decisive, indecision at the top of the Clinton campaign ended up undermining the entire #politicalbrand, contributing to an … Continue reading

March 31, 2014
by Will Bunnett
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How Politics Disproves “Death of Brands” Sensationalism

Having information isn’t the same thing as processing it. That means there will always be a place for brands, both in politics and in commerce — because the power of brands comes from helping people simplify their decision making. Even … Continue reading