Positioning refers to the process by which a brand or product is placed within the minds of consumers in relation to competing brands or products. It is a strategic marketing decision that involves creating a distinct impression, image, or identity that appeals to the target audience. By differentiating a product or service through unique selling propositions, messaging, and visual identity, companies aim to establish a place in the consumer’s mind that associates their offering with certain values, benefits, or attributes. Effective positioning is achieved by consistently communicating the brand’s promise across all touchpoints with the audience, ensuring that the positioning resonates with consumer needs, wants, and perceptions. This can influence consumer preference and loyalty, and ultimately, the consumer’s decision to purchase. Positioning is not just about what is done to the product itself, but also how it is presented to the market, including the choice of distribution channels, pricing strategy, and promotional tactics. As markets evolve and competition intensifies, positioning may be adjusted to maintain relevance and competitiveness.