Less than half of the advertisers for Super Bowl XLIX should expect consumer brand engagement from their $4.5 million spots, according to Brand Keys 13 Annual Super Bowl Ad Engagement Survey. Out of 26 brands known to be advertising during the Big Game, just 12, or 46 percent, are expected to garner brand engagement, lower than the average of 50 percent.
What appeared to be a run-of-the-mill rebranding story yesterday with Airbnb has taken a strange turn toward either memories of elementary school anatomy/sex-ed class or pre-Giuliani Times Square.
Advertising impresario Jane Trahey orchestrated successful campaigns for Olivetti typewriters and Hamilton wristwatches, but it took a bunch of mink ranchers trooping through her door before she created a legend.
The political sniping in Washington over the government shutdown continues to wreak havoc on both the Democratic and Republican party brands.
In what should come as a surprise to no one, both Democrat and Republican party brands are taking a hit during the government shutdown. Brand research firm Brand Keys has quantified the hit to each political party and found that while both are suffering, the GOP brand could actually be affected more negatively.
Cats like Iams, according to pet owners polled by Brand Keys. The brand ranked high in “pet appeal” as well as people appeal as customers spotlighted its high quality ingredients. […]
Day’s Inn wins in a category that is dominated by value for the price. The chain received the highest marks for staff, location and facilities for the price. 1. Day’s […]
In this category Circuit City was ranked dead last before it went bankrupt. On the other side of the spectrum, Best Buy was ranked No. 1. Survey respondents applauded its […]
PSE&G has scored a solid connection with its consumers based on its corporate reputation. In age of “green-ness” it has led the way in its category with its social responsibility […]
It’s McDonald’s category and everybody has to try and steal their share. Consumers continue to show their love for the Golden Arches. The No. 1 burger chain scored high in […]