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Personal Values Top List Of Brand Loyalty, IBM Reports

Personal Values Top List Of Brand Loyalty, IBM Reports by Laurie Sullivan  @lauriesullivan, Yesterday One-third of all consumers stop buying their preferred products if they lose trust in the brand, and one-third of consumers stopped purchasing their long-time favorites in 2019. IBM’s study–Meet The 2020 Consumer Driving Change–on global consumer trends reveals that the importance … Continue reading Personal Values Top List Of Brand Loyalty, IBM Reports

Brand Video Breakdown: How Oreo Uses Bursts of Short Social Videos To Keep Their Audience Engaged

Ana Gotter — January 7, 2020 The verdict is out: shorter video on social typically performs better. While there’s definitely a place for long-form content on social media, the standard rule of thumb is that shorter videos (a minute or under, if not thirty seconds or less) will be most impactful and achieve the highest … Continue reading Brand Video Breakdown: How Oreo Uses Bursts of Short Social Videos To Keep Their Audience Engaged

Part 3: What is Brand Activism? A Series of Successful Campaigns

Neil Grasso — December 23, 2019 If you haven’t picked up on the key trend from the last post, there is a definite correlation between the level of controversy associated with an activism campaign and the interest it generates. This is not to discredit the campaigns that focused on less controversial issues – as we … Continue reading Part 3: What is Brand Activism? A Series of Successful Campaigns

What is Brand Activism? A Series of Successful Campaigns (Part 2)

Neil Grasso — December 20, 2019 In part one of this series, we introduced the concept of brand activism, and explored how successful activism can bring about multiple benefits for companies that can successfully integrate it into their marketing strategies. We learned how activism can be controversial, as well as how it can be safe … Continue reading What is Brand Activism? A Series of Successful Campaigns (Part 2)

The Importance of Email Marketing and Digital Marketing Strategy for Your Brand

Mike Parry — December 17, 2019 Have you ever opened a marketing email and not immediately recognised what company it’s from or the purpose of the email? It has no sales pitch or story or maybe it doesn’t even match their website? Sometimes it’s not their fault, they test their emails on desktops but don’t … Continue reading The Importance of Email Marketing and Digital Marketing Strategy for Your Brand

4 Instagram Apps That Will Improve Your Mobile Brand Appeal

Susan Gilbert — December 13, 2019 Follow @SusanGilbert Today I have some Instagram apps to help make your mobile marketing strategy more successful. Instagram is near the top of the brand marketing list when it comes to sharing images and videos with your audience. Use this platform to drive more sales and visitors to your … Continue reading 4 Instagram Apps That Will Improve Your Mobile Brand Appeal

Bond Not Brand

Elliot Begoun — December 13, 2019 Follow @intertwinegroup Canva.com There are those moments when somebody says something so succinctly and simply it catches you off guard. That is precisely what happened when Tara Tan, the founder of Grin, took the stage at the Hirshberg Entrepreneurship Institute in Auckland, New Zealand a few weeks back. At … Continue reading Bond Not Brand

Why Your Brand Shouldn’t Post About Awareness Days On Social Media

Amanda Fountain — December 11, 2019 World Kindness Day. National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day. Cybersecurity Awareness Day. Memorial Day. Awareness days run the gamut from the absurd and fun to the somber and weighty. Often, I work with brands who want to incorporate awareness days into their social media content calendars believing it will connect … Continue reading Why Your Brand Shouldn’t Post About Awareness Days On Social Media

Brand loyalty remains high at 89%, driven by product and price rather than service

However, loyalty may be as much a function of inertia as anything else. Greg Sterling on November 26, 2019 Last year, Yotpo found that 90% of consumers surveyed considered themselves brand loyal, in contrast to the conventional thinking that loyalty was dead. That number hasn’t changed, according to this year’s survey of 2,100 U.S. adults; … Continue reading Brand loyalty remains high at 89%, driven by product and price rather than service