BRAND MARKETING RESEARCH: 41% of Consumers Have Switched Brands Due to Poor Personalization
A summary of the most exciting recent research in brand marketing in the U.S., U.S.-Hispanic and Latin American markets. If you're trying to keep up, consider this your one-stop shop.
According to research from Accenture cited by eMarketer, 41% of consumers have switched the brands they buy from because of poor personalization, and 50% say that they did so because of “poor customer experience” in general. This mistake represents a total of $756 billion in lost retail and brand sales.
A new study from RetailNext found that 2017’s Black Friday event saw less foot traffic, but still experienced a combined 4.8% increase in sales compared to 2016.
A new study released today by Engagement Labs found that an estimated 19 percent of consumer sales are driven by offline and online social conversations.
Content marketing platform Linqia's new study, “The State of Influencer Marketing 2018,” found that 86% of marketers reported using influencer marketing in 2017 — and, of those, 92% said it is an effective strategy.
A recent study by Shutterstock found that 88 percent of U.S. marketers surveyed agreed with the statement “Using more diverse images helps a brand’s reputation.”
StreamOn, a new study by Market Strategies International, has found that only 11% of all streamers pay for live streaming television.
Tiffany & Co. is the favorite luxury jewelry brand among wealthy millennials, followed by Cartier, Pandora, and Chanel, according to a recent survey by consumer-research group MVI Marketing. Rolex was the top brand for watches, followed by Apple, Omega and Cartier.
Research from search intelligence platform Adthena found that Amazon took 49.65% of the consumer electronics category's click share during October and November of 2017. Director of Product Marketing at Adthena Ashley Fletcher credits this to their preference for pure brand terms, versus generic terms.
Latin American media owners’ net advertising revenues (NAR) are set to grow by +9.3% in 2018, to US$26.3 billion, following a +7.3% growth in 2017; thanks to a more robust economic recovery in the region, according to MAGNA. Television remains the top media category in the region with 54% of total advertising sales while Digital advertising in Latin America remains lower than the global average.
According to a new report by research firm Counterpoint, 99 percent of Smartphone Sold in Argentina are LTE Enabled.