This “paper presents two studies that combine implicit and explicit measures of brand attitude with regard to two major brands (Coca-Cola and Adidas) and two different consumer brand touch points. [The] results show that implicit and explicit brand attitudes significantly differ regarding the analyzed brands and the analyzed brand touch points.”
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“The study reveals a positive relationship between “liked” brands on Facebook fan-page and brand love. Further, the study finds that liking the fan pages is essentially converted into WOM, and it results into purchase proposition.”
“The current study aims to extend the discussion of the brand experience dimensions and to form the brand love, focusing on the members of the youngest consumer segment.”
“In this paper we examine customers’ emotional attachment to a brand name utilizing content extracted from social media. More specifically, we consider the emotions associated to brand love appearing in the form of terms in users’ Twitter posts.”
“A potential expansion of the brand love concept could be “place brand love,” and it will be argued that qualitative methods may be the most effective way to research this area in a tourism context and may serve as a catalyst to deeper insights than would be possible with quantitative methods alone.”
Falling in Love With Your Favourite Brand: Relationship Between Brand Consciousness, Public Self-Consciousness, and Brand Love Intensity
investigates what types of consumers could fall in love with their favourite brand and therefore examines to what extent brand consciousness and public self-consciousness influence consumers’ level of brand love intensity. Besides, this study investigates the role of brand visibility in brand love relationships.
“The objective of this study is to develop a conceptual model of co-creation and brand love. The main contribution of the present study is that is suggests both a direct impact of co-creation on brand love sub-dimensions as well as an indirect one through quality.”
Is It Really Love? A Comparative Investigation of the Emotional Nature of Brand and Interpersonal Love
“Building on dimensional emotional theories, this study compared the emotional nature of brand love against interpersonal love, interpersonal liking, and brand liking, using a mixed-method approach.”
“…This paper aims to examine how the antecedents of “Brand Love”, brand identification and sense of community influence loyal behavior and willingness to pay a higher price for “Brand Love”.” Structural equation modeling is used to analyze data collected for brands Zara and Modalfa.
“The purpose of this study is to carry this concept of brand love a step further and see if there are any differences in it if we look at different categories of brands.”
You Like Chocolate and I Love Mrs. Godiva: How the Perceived Level of Anthropomorphism Drives Brand Love
“In this paper we establish that anthropomorphism has a very strong relationship with brand love. More specifically, we seek to understand which aspects of brand love are most influenced by anthropomorphism.”
“Current brand love studies neglect a detailed discussion and analysis of the appropriate relationship theory and underlying measurement scale to be used… The purpose of this paper is to close this gap by providing a discussion, testing and comparing two different relationship theories and their underlying scales as applied to brand love.”
“This article presents a study designed to investigate and map the trajectories of brand love. Consumers described experiences related to the initiation and evolution of their relationships with their most loved brand.”
This article from The Marketing Review looks at ‘romantic brand love’, a unique facet of brand love that is stimulated by specific themes, products and brand symbolism in advertising. It also outlines the structure of romantic brand love and looks at how it is developed.
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A lack of competition does not necessarily mean an increased chance of consumers forming Lovemarks. The less choice consumers have means the harder a brand has to work.