It’s not always easy to spot that your brand is falling out of favour with consumers, especially if, on the face of it, things look healthy.
Marketers talk about brands as vehicles for growth. But does that mean they should just keep growing – or is there a point when they reach critical mass?
Why do consumers keep brands in their lives? Relevance.
Marketers love patterns. But repetition is not always the most reliable metric for brand loyalty. What makes your brand attractive?