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Industry Insider: Marketing Data to Measure Your Branding Strategy

How do your customers view your company and its products and services? What are you doing to engage them and create a truly memorable customer experience? Following is a collection of statistics that to help you gauge your current brand strategy.

Your Design and Deliverables

Exploring color to reflect your company’s personality

  • A signature color can boost brand recognition by 80 percent.
  • One-third (33%) of the top 100 brands use the color blue in their logo. The color blue is generally used to create a sensation of security and trust, which is particularly important for companies that operate solely online.

Choosing the kind of content you produce

  • 72 percent of marketers say branded content is more effective than advertising in a magazine. 
  • Companies with blogs produce 67 percent more leads per month than companies who don’t have a blog. In fact, blogs account for 434 percent more of indexed pages on Google. 
  • 4 times as many customers would rather watch a video about a product than read about it. Additionally, almost 50 percent of Internet users look for videos related to a product or service before visiting a store. 

Your Quality and Integrity

Maintaining your customer’s loyalty

  • A 2016 survey found that 94 percent of all consumers are more likely to be loyal to a brand when it commits to full transparency.
  • 80 Percent of consumers said “authenticity of content” is the most influential factor in their decision to become a follower of a brand. This includes credibility, so always ensure it is accurate and sourced correctly.
  • When it comes to Millennials, 62 percent believe that online content drives their loyalty to a brand. Furthermore, if you want to gain brand loyalty from Millennials, it’s vital to share that content through social media. 

Keeping tabs on negative customer feedback

  • There are 2.1 million negative social mentions about brands every single day in the US. 
  • 45 percent of people surveyed by BuzzStream said they would unfollow a brand on social media if their platform is dominated by “too much” self-promotion.


Source: brandbuddha