RESEARCH INSIGHTS

DOES MY BRAND NEED CONSUMER RESEARCH?

With the economy becoming more and more competitive with each passing day, having apt knowledge about preferences of your customers has become integral for any business. All marketers will agree that market research is important, because the media landscape is in a constant state of flux and marketers are constantly overwhelmed with business priorities. Conducting …

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CELEBRITY ENDORSEMENT STRATEGIES

Successful brands need to convince consumers that they carry a different image and value from other competing products. Today, the use of celebrity advertising for companies has become a trend and a perceived winning formula of corporate image building and product marketing. This phenomenon is reflected by the recent market research findings that 8 out of 10 TV commercials scoring the highest recall are those with Celebrities’ appearances.

CELEBRITY INFLUENCE AND BRANDING

The “celebrity” label has become engrained in the marketing conversation. While these individuals can generate tremendous buzz –and often play a pivotal role in humanizing a brand – their influence is only as successful as it is believable.

ENTERTAINMENT MARKETING INSIGHTS

Is the silver screen the only place where brands can incorporate entertainment marketing? Not at all. Actually, television took home the award for most utilized platform by brand and agency marketers (52%)—surpassing other A-listers like digital (43%), events (38%), print (31%), and film (29%). Celebrity endorsements, music, and gaming are still trying to edge their …

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CELEBRITY SELLS

The world is obsessed with celebrities. Our society is fascinated by them. For decades brands have leveraged celebrities to promote and endorse their products. The right celebrity endorsement can put a brand on the map in a big way. The use of celebrities in advertising, has been on the rise in recent years, and the trend shows no sign of abating. According to Hamish Pringle, author of the book Celebrity Sells, the proportion of ads featuring a celebrity stands at one in five, an increase of almost 100 percent over the past 10 years.