How To Cultivate Controversy Through Branding

As stated in the examples given on the article, controversies can be seen in a negative or positive light depending on who you are talking to, but you can always make them work for you and your brand.


As long as your brand’s core values are intact, and you know your target market well, any controversy will only be a small bump in the road because your evangelist/fans/followers will always be there to back you up. As the saying goes, “bad publicity is always publicity”.


Have you experiences negative publicity in your business? What did you do to overcome it? Please let us know in the comments!

Chris Clay The Clay Media 949 444 2001