There are brand names that found a place in our hearts and many of us have become loyal fans of these brands. This is because of the wide popularity and influence that they have in our daily lives. It takes a lot more than just making products to win the hearts of customers. Let’s have a look at some of the most iconic brand names that are so popular that they’re almost synonymous to their products.
Nokia is known for making the best quality phones that are made to last and tough to break. No wonder, they have been the global leader in mobile phone sales for more than 14 years all along. The name Nokia is widely recognized as the epitome of phones, well tough phones to be specific. Nokia has a huge and loyal fan base which proves their influence and reach into our lives.
Converse makes sneakers that are iconic, evergreen and epic cool. The ‘Chuck Taylor All-Stars’ from Converse is the most successful selling sneakers in the history. And they’re still in trend to this day being one of the coolest looking sneakers ever made. Many other brands made sneakers inspired from converse’s designs. The brand Converse has almost become just another word for sneakers.
Maggi is a brand for instant noodles owned by Nestle. Making instant noodles so popular, Maggi has itself turned into a word synonymous to noodles for a big majority of us. Maggi has made our lives easy by being the tastiest thing that anyone can cook and enjoy when time is a luxury.
Google needs no introduction, people no longer say “search on google”, they say “google it!” and it has also become a very common phrase. That’s exactly why the brand name ‘Google’ found it’s place in the oxford dictionary. Google is one of those brand names that became synonymous to its product – search engine in this case. Google helps millions of people looking to find something on the internet everyday.
5. Coca cola
Coca cola or ‘coke’ has not only become just another for soft drinks, but happiness and cheer of the festive season as well. Being the most popular soft drink all around the globe, coca-cola has found itself a place in our hearts that won’t be easy to replace by some other brand. Let’s go get some coke!
Whatsapp has replaced texting or traditional SMS which was far behind the new technology and features that whatsapp offers. Not only SMSes were obsolete, but the network providers charged a fixed price per text which is ridiculous in my perspective. With whatsapp, users have the ability to send more than just plain text messages like emoticons, photos, videos and more. People have already started using the word ‘WhatsApp’ as a verb which hints at the popularity of this texting app.