“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.”
Posts Tagged ‘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.
Type: Insights & Ideas | 656 views
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.
Type: Reading List | 343 views
In Romancing the Brand, branding expert Tim Halloran reveals what it takes to make consumers fall in love with your brand. Step by step,he reveals how to start, grow, maintain, and troubleshoot a flourishing relationship between brand and consumer.
What’s This Thing Called Love? Exploring the Relationship Between Brand Love, Personality, and the Propensity to Anthropomorphize
A Master’s thesis “conducted through an online survey amongst 410 students between 18 and 26, contributes to a further understanding of this by examining the influence of personality (as measured by the big five), the propensity to anthropomorphize and product type grid on brand love”.
Type: Insights & Ideas | 982 views
In this LinkedIn community question inspired blog post, we address the question if brand love is as effective and applicable in developing countries, and is a person with limited resources more likely to make a decision based on emotion than reason.
Type: Articles & Papers | 759 views
This paper from Harvard University and Crummer Graduate School of Business compares interpersonal love relationship theory and parasocial love relationship theory to determine which best explains the concept of brand love.
Type: Articles & Papers | 947 views
Academics from Foundation University Islamabad, Pakistan, collected data from 265 cell phone customers to ascertain if purchase intentions can be used to predict brand love and word-of-mouth.
Type: Theses & Dissertations | 1,005 views
This Master’s thesis looks at Lovemarks theory and analyzes consumer stories to obtain insight on the drivers behind brand love. It also uses the photo elicitation technique to “evoke feelings, stories, and memories in order to provide a new perspective on the theory of brand love”.
Type: Theses & Dissertations | 810 views
This thesis in Spanish from the University of Chile looks at the concept of brand love in Chile and tests the existence of brand love in regard to Chilean services. “It was determined that the love of brands is strongly influenced by a sense of belonging to a community and for consumers to identify that particular brand.”
Type: Theses & Dissertations | 1,072 views
This Bachelor’s thesis from Kristianstad University, Sweden, investigates consumer perspectives on Lovemarks by looking at the language that people use when talking about luxury brands.
Type: Articles & Papers | 916 views
When it comes to brand love of wine, does customer expertise have an influence on degree of satisfaction and loyalty? This article from a special issue of the ‘Journal of Promotion Marketing’ explores.
Type: Insights & Ideas | 1,530 views
Ernst & Young recently polled more than 4,000 adults in the Middle East and North Africa and found that consumers in the region are more brand loyal than their global counterparts. Loyalty may be the key desire for many brands in the MENA market, but striving for love will protect them from the risk of commodization.
Type: Articles & Papers | 704 views
This paper analyzes how the brand love concept can be derived from interpersonal love, and “shows that perceived product category hedonism has significant positive impact on brand love.”