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Site Maintenance Support is often used to create dynamic elements from static pages, serve images and ads, collect interactive data from website users, track user's browser and platform, link a database to a website and much more. Once your web site is designed, a maintenance program is available to continue to keep it up to date.

All sites should be kept up with a specific end goal to stay up with the latest. A few sites require every day overhauls while others just need infrequent maintenance.

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The diversification of brand protection strategies is important because is will hit the target audience via different "vehicles." So, diversification is the right approach. But before you start to diversify, it is critical to understand what criteria can be used to classify different strategies. This knowledge will help you get a clear picture of understanding the strategies on the market of brand protection. So, let's get down to the different criteria for the classification of the articles.

1. First of all, they can be split up based on the time of usage and its correlation to the problems with brands.

If you are using it before the problem, then you are working with the preventive or preemptive strategy. The great thing about this strategy is that it is cheaper. Why? Because when you are taking care of the problem before this problem comes into your vicinity, then it's always about using fewer resources, hence - less money. And if you started to act only after the problem has popped up, and this sort of strategy is the "post-factum" strategy. "Post-factum" means that you are doing something after ("post" means "after" in Latin). Logically this type of strategies usually needs more resources (which means - more money).

2. We can also split the strategies based on the medium where they are applied.

The list of different types, based on this criterion, is huge. For example, we can talk about online and offline strategies. We can talk about legal fights and media wars. As the market of public relations and opinion building is huge, then we can go further and further with this approach reaching sub niches like video networks, caricature networks, etc.

3. Another type of classification is WHERE the strategies are applied.

Here we can talk about one time strategies and continuous strategies. For example, you created a movie that positively positions your brand and paid for the media distribution of this movie. Yes, this strategy will have its effect even after the movie was "released to the public," but you applied one time efforts. And if you are monitoring the feedback on the market about your brand, this is a continuous strategy, because it has to be applied all the time.

This info will help you to understand how to make the wise choice of the brand protection strategies and which strategy should help you more.
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