Building Consumer Loyalty Through Brand Transparency

Ronn Torossian

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Bring Businesses to Consumers’ Homes

5W PR

Consumers have clearly shifted to e-commerce, whether that means buying household items or stocking up on groceries. One of the biggest trends for both big and small businesses is the increase in delivery-based options for any products that consumers need.

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Consumer Evolution Due to Pandemics

5W PR

The pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus COVID-19 will end eventually and when it does, some consumer habits will likely change. What’s known is that the longer the crisis, the bigger the imprint on the consumer. Some brands have even promoted them as touchless.

4 Ways to Win Over Skeptical Consumers

Cision

The numbers on brand advertising are dismal as well, as less than a quarter of people have faith in what companies have to say. In the early 2000s, brands relied on emotional marketing to persuade people to buy their products. All of the goodwill that brands had generated disappeared.

Burberry Burns Overstock, Riles Consumers

Ronn Torossian

Exclusivity is a vital component of any luxury brand’s marketing message, so it should come as no surprise that some brands go to extreme ends to protect that exclusivity. A recent example of this is the upscale British fashion brand, Burberry.

Is brand messaging during COVID resonating with consumers—or more often backfiring?

Agility PR Solutions

Just as consumers are struggling in these unprecedented times, brands are also feeling their way through the COVID crisis with no strategic template or lessons-learned examples to guide them. The post Is brand messaging during COVID resonating with consumers—or more often backfiring?

Selling Exclusivity: Marketing to Finicky Consumers

Ronn Torossian

Whether this is a club they belong to, a circle of friends, or a special promotion they’re invited to, the feeling of exclusivity, of belonging to the “club” is a feeling brands often capitalized on. Everyone likes to feel as if they are a part of something.

Consumers are finding influencers more helpful and trustworthy than brands during COVID

Agility PR Solutions

The COVID crisis has challenged brands to find innovative ways to connect with consumers, and new data suggests brand marketers may be losing ground to influencers when it comes to building trust.

How to build trust and connection with your consumer audience

PR Daily

The Wisconsin-based sandwich company Cousins Subs relied on digital channels and customer service to show consumers a dedication to the community during COVID-19. PR Daily: In your opinion, what online assets are the most valuable for brands right now, and why?

Logo recognition—beauty brands consumers recognize the most

Agility PR Solutions

While hundreds of brands are spoiling us with their products, and many new ones regularly joining the fray, it’s becoming hard to be original and stand out from the crowd. But in order for a brand to find success, it needs people to talk about it and be able to identify it easily.

How TV’s decline is reducing consumer engagement with brands

Agility PR Solutions

The decline of ad-supported television is driving down audience engagement with brands, according to new analysis of consumer conversation patterns by Engagement Labs, which finds the conversation frequency among the most prolific consumer conversationalists—young people—has plummeted.

Content-fueled brand safety crisis prompting consumer backlash against brands

Agility PR Solutions

When brand ads appear alongside extreme or dangerous content, consumers get the impression that the brand itself supports the controversial activity alluded to in that content. consumers from […].

What consumers expect from brands during COVID-19 pandemic

Agility PR Solutions

The survey of more than 1,000 consumers found that the majority of shoppers don’t expect retailers to have all of the items they want in stock (60 percent), and virtually all shoppers […].

Exploring the “Great Divide” between brand marketing and consumer expectations

Agility PR Solutions

The study, The Great Divide: Connecting Brands to the Real Needs […]. The post Exploring the “Great Divide” between brand marketing and consumer expectations appeared first on Agility PR Solutions. Public Relations branding

Consumers stop using online brands because of poor reputation—how to clean up your act

Agility PR Solutions

The swift rise of “cancel culture” means the online and social brands we frequent and follow need to watch their step—more and more consumers have stopped or will stop using their services because they don’t like the way they are treated. Public Relations branding

The way consumers want to speak with brands is changing—are you using the right tools?

Agility PR Solutions

With an ever-growing variety of methods now available, how we as humans communicate is changing—so it makes sense that the way we interact with brands is changing, too. The post The way consumers want to speak with brands is changing—are you using the right tools?

Consumer conversations reveal big differences in most loved brands online and offline

Agility PR Solutions

The digital revolution changed almost everything about marketing and communications strategy, but one highly organic tactic that never seems to fail is word of mouth—get people talking about your brand or product and everyone else seems to want to know more about it. Public Relations brandin

When is a Brand Connecting or Pestering?

Ronn Torossian

An increasing number of consumers have now adopted and […]. The post When is a Brand Connecting or Pestering? Brand PR PR Agency 5WPR Insights MARKETING Strategy

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Brands Tackling Social Issues

5W PR

Consumers take in many considerations leading up to their purchase decisions. While we expect to see continued growth in brands who choose to tackle social issues, these five brands are already leading and changing the conversation for causes they’re passionate about.

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The Biggest Consumer Trends for 2020

5W PR

As consumers adapt and adjust to the changing times around them so do their priorities, interests, and the brands they engage with and purchase from. As specific consumer trends evolve, so does brand messaging.

How branded content counters consumer skepticism

PR Daily

For better or worse, consumers are in charge of their media choices. If your company can’t reach them in a trustworthy, engaging way, then you can bet your brand will take a hit. While consumers might not put much stock in traditional ads, they’re open to new kinds of branded media.

Thinking Like a Consumer Will Win the Marketing Game

Ronn Torossian

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COVID fatigue sets in—brands have acted appropriately, but consumers are ready to move on

Agility PR Solutions

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When consumers watch video online

PR Daily

Most viewers like to consume content between 7 a.m. It’s important to know how your audience consumes content to be able to tailor your offering to fit their schedule. The post When consumers watch video online appeared first on PR Daily.

How To Woo Consumers: 7 PR Tips For Brands

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Can public relations help consumers fall in love with a brand? With Valentine’s Day on the horizon and many looking for tips on love in their personal lives, we thought it a good time to look at how to do the same for the brands. Make consumers love your brand.

The next crisis: Why all consumer-facing businesses should prepare

PR Daily

As businesses navigate reopening and bringing back consumers to their premises, how can communicators prepare for this period of uncertainty and anxiety? Doing business with consumers, diners, and shoppers will change.

Building a Brand in 2020

Ronn Torossian

A strong brand allows consumer advocates to spread your company’s messaging and offerings to a larger audience. To historians, the word “brand” dates all the way back to 2700 BC, but it was popularized in the 19th century […].

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As COVID crisis shifts gears, consumer sentiment is changing—what should brands do?

Agility PR Solutions

With many brands and businesses now resuming operations, society has entered a new phase of the COVID crisis—and consumer expectations and behaviors are changing in real-time. The post As COVID crisis shifts gears, consumer sentiment is changing—what should brands do?

In a weaponized social media age, what do consumers expect from brands during crisis?

Agility PR Solutions

Is your brand as ready to respond in a crisis as your execs might think? With more than half of consumers (54 percent) reporting they use social media more than six times a day, information—whether real or fake—can spread like wildfire.

Do brands lie? Most consumers think so—exploring the ROI of transparency

Agility PR Solutions

In today’s world, most consumers think brands lie—and now more than ever, a company’s level of transparency directly impacts sales. The post Do brands lie? Most consumers think so—exploring the ROI of transparency appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

How consumers’ ideas about ‘luxury’ are changing

PR Daily

As buyers shift their priorities from material possessions to experiences and social capital, how can communicators and brand managers position their organizations as ‘elite’ and ‘exclusive’? Many marketers believe we are in a paradigm shift around consumers’ definition of “luxury.”.

Disrupting brand preference—more than ever, consumers are buying nontraditionally

Agility PR Solutions

A new report from digital media and marketing trade association IAB shows that shoppers of “disruptor” (or direct) brands—those that are predominantly sold online, and marketed directly to […]. Marketing Public Relations branding

Harry’s Razors: Brilliant Consumer PR

Ronn Torossian

Harry’s continues to gain traction, while building consumer PR steam for many different reasons, and the company … READ MORE ». The post Harry’s Razors: Brilliant Consumer PR appeared first on 5WPR CEO Ronn Torossian Founder's Blog. Brand PR Public Relations Ronn Torossian BRANDING Crisis PR AgencyMen hate buying razors. They are expensive – increasingly so – and inconvenient.

Consumers are pushing brands to deliver on innovation and ethical responsibility

Agility PR Solutions

The post Consumers are pushing brands to deliver on innovation and ethical responsibility appeared first on Agility PR Solutions. Public Relations branding

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New Edelman report finds only 1/3 of consumers trust most of the brands they buy

Agility PR Solutions

Only a third of consumers (34 percent) trust most of the brands they buy or use, reveals a new Trust Barometer Special Report from comms giant Edelman. The study, In Brands We Trust?,

Consumer trends that will help communicators in 2020

PR Daily

In 2020, PR professionals will see the further evolution of the “woke” and informed consumer. . Consumers do not expect companies to be perfect (yet), but they must be on the road to improvement. . Sustainability: Brands first, then consumers.

Social Media for Consumer vs. B2B: Three Fundamental Differences

PR Expanded

Most of the work I’ve seen profiled in best practices, case studies, award entries, panel discussions and other channels has been consumer-facing – as in work done by companies or agencies to advance the agenda of a B2C company or a consumer product (Oreo, Dove or Skittles anyone?).

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Consumer culture—Millennial spending increases with charitably conscious companies

Agility PR Solutions

We’ve seen that today’s young consumers expect a lot from the brands they patronize, such as wanting them to take a stand on the cultural issues they support, and expecting them to be more inclusive and sustainable. Public Relations branding

How coronavirus has changed the influencer marketing industry for consumers and brands

Agility PR Solutions

As a result of the economic disruption caused by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, we’ve seen a huge number of brands scale back their marketing activity. The post How coronavirus has changed the influencer marketing industry for consumers and brands appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

How brand managers are encouraging consumers to vote

PR Daily

Many brand managers are going online to excite people to exercise their franchise and cast a vote. On social media, hashtags such as #GOTV and #Elections2018 are helping consumers find election-themed offers. Would a free cookie persuade you to vote in the 2018 midterm elections?