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Study: US Brands Seen to Be Acting More Formally During the Pandemic - MarTech Series

Study: US Brands Seen to Be Acting More Formally During the Pandemic - MarTech Series | The Marteq Alert | Scoop.it
The US is seen as having the biggest shift in how brands communicate in the pandemic in a global survey of marketing, brand, and comms directors. Nearly half of US respondents said brands have become more formal, compared with a global average of 37%. And 70% said they’d seen a change in brand comms, again well ahead of the global average.

The survey, by language and behavioral science agency Schwa, also showed that paradoxically more than four out of 10 believe that brands have become more “soft and fluffy” and almost a third are sending out meaningless updates.
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The Reset: Decoding 'What’s Next' in marketing, Marketing & Advertising News - ET BrandEquity

The Reset: Decoding 'What’s Next' in marketing, Marketing & Advertising News - ET BrandEquity | The Marteq Alert | Scoop.it
As customer engagement undergoes a fundamental transformation, brands now need to understand that they have fewer opportunities to engage with customers and must make the most of them, to create a lasting impression. Knowledge and insights driven by data will play a key role to ensure that brand strategies are aligned to create impact from the very first touchpoint.

Today, be it the biggest conglomerates or the start-ups, all brands are focused on ensuring empathetic interaction with a more safety conscious consumer than only delivering product centric awareness, a message that needs to start translating from the very first engagement with the customers to ensure continued trust and possible long-term loyalty.
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Consumer Trends Analysis: Pandemic Impact on Brand Loyalty - MarTech Series

According to another report from Bazaarvoice, 39 percent of consumers worldwide bought products from new brands this year, and 88 percent of those first-time purchasers indicated they intend to continue buying these brands in the future. More than half of consumers in the U.S. (51 percent) resorted to purchasing brands they hadn’t previously known about, likely a result of more well-known brands selling out their stock due to higher demand.

Forbes also reports that consumer loyalty has decreased as a result of the pandemic, adding another challenge to the many obstacles retailers already face. Their conclusion comes from a study conducted by Wharton Baker Retailing Center and WisePlum that indicates consumers experiencing problems or delays when ordering goods were 35 percent less loyal than those able to purchase products without complications.
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