A brand positioning strategy can be adapted to changes in the market by first understanding the current brand position using tools like brand perceptual maps. This helps in identifying the brand's position against competitors in terms of price and quality. Once this is understood, the brand management process can be continued to plan and implement new programs that align with the changes in the market. Performance should be measured regularly to ensure the strategy is working and adjustments should be made as necessary to sustain brand equity.

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Some strategies to measure the effectiveness of a brand positioning strategy include tracking brand awareness and recognition, conducting customer surveys to understand their perception of the brand, analyzing market share and growth, and evaluating the brand's performance against key competitors. It's also important to assess the alignment of the brand's positioning with its core values and strengths, and to measure the impact of any new programs or initiatives on brand equity.

Some common mistakes in implementing a brand positioning strategy include not clearly defining the brand's unique value proposition, not understanding the target audience's needs, not effectively communicating the brand's position to the target audience, and not consistently reinforcing the brand's position in all marketing efforts. It's also a mistake to not regularly review and adjust the brand positioning strategy based on market changes and performance metrics.

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