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The National’s “Flawy” Brand Is “Under Assault” In New Report By News.

Net.au | 8.10.2018 | 13:20:00You’d have to have a certain level of naivete to believe that the National would ever be able to claim a brand identity that was genuinely “Failed”.

The National has not been the National since the 1980s, but that doesn’t mean it’s not still in the running for the title of the worst-performing brand in Australia.

The brand was the victim of a major marketing strategy change and a dramatic overhaul, and it was not an easy one to navigate.

The National was forced to abandon its traditional image as a strong national broadcaster and start to look more like a boutique cable channel.

The company is now trying to reinvent itself as a brand that can attract and attract viewers and is still trying to sell its digital services.

Its been a rollercoaster ride.

It has gone from having a big national voice, like Channel Seven, to a smaller national broadcaster, like Nine, to an all-digital broadcaster, such as SBS, to being the national broadcaster of Australia.

There are still a lot of things that the brand could have done differently, but in the end, the National’s brand is flawed.

It’s been called “Fooled by a National Brand” or “Frauded by the National Brand”.

It’s not the only brand that’s been “fooled” by a national brand.

A national brand is made up of all the brands and organisations that share the same name, so that means there’s always going to be a risk of people being duped.

But even if you’ve bought into the National brand, you still need to be aware of the pitfalls.

If you buy into the national brand, then you’re buying into the whole system.

The Brand is Not the MessageThe National is an organisation that promotes a brand, so it makes sense that it would be one of the most popular brands.

The word “national” is synonymous with “national broadcaster”.

And while the National has a massive reach and has the biggest audience of any broadcaster in the country, it’s also the most diverse.

Its audience is also heavily skewed towards younger people.

The ABC’s flagship station ABC1 is also a national broadcaster.

That means that the ABC’s content is also considered a national message.

But what if you’re not a national viewer?

The ABC is not a news channel.

It’s not a social network.

Its content is a news outlet and a news organisation.

And that’s a news product.

There is a danger that if the National starts to look like a commercial broadcaster, then people won’t trust it anymore.

That’s the problem with brand.

You have to build up a lot more trust in the brand in order to understand how it works.

Brand is Not The MessageThe brand is not the message.

That’s a brand message.

And the brand has a history of having failed at telling people the truth about itself.

For example, a decade ago, a national campaign that was aimed at persuading people that Australia was a better place to live than New Zealand started to be hijacked by anti-NZ sentiment.

The story was that New Zealanders were unhappy about the lack of jobs, high unemployment and a stagnant economy.

People were angry at the fact that New York was not a good place to grow up and that it was expensive to live there.

The “Fully Paid for” slogan was also an attempt to convince people that the Government had not invested enough in education.

The slogan had a catchy appeal and was also used by the government to make the case that we could afford to buy the best school education possible.

The phrase “fully paid for” was used by then Prime Minister Kevin Rudd to convince Australians that we were better off with our schools open and open-minded.

But that was only part of the story.

The other part was the National campaign that used the slogan “Flexible Work” to describe the way we were able to work.

This was meant to make people think that our work wasn’t structured by any of the above reasons, and that we would be able “flexibly” and work on our own time.

In a world of endless change, that’s the brand message you want to be telling people.

It tells people that we are flexible and open to change.

It says that the workplace is flexible and you can adapt to whatever challenges you face.

It also said that the employer is flexible, and you are able to negotiate the terms of your contract.

The truth is, the employer isn’t flexible and the employee