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MIAMI, FLORIDA, 17 March 2020 – Social Media Marketing continues to be the 800-pound gorilla in the world of brand advertising.
Measuring brands’ Share of Digital Voice across core channels provides insight into why some brands are more successful with specific funnel metrics that contribute to stronger brand health and sales.
“While some marketers expect instantaneous ROI from digital marketing, it just doesn’t work that way, said Mike Weil, President, Global Research & Insights at Insights 4 Less, LLC. Understanding that every consumer interaction with your brand is more like a ‘micro-yes’ is the right way to interpret digital marketing and eventually those micro-yeses contribute to brand health, which support valuable sales.”
Summary of results:
Porsche (116.4) adds 1.5 points to its lead from year ago, but Tesla is in hot pursuit, adding an extraordinary 20.2 points.
Audi (96.1) slips five points from year ago levels, while Mercedes (41.5) is up 2.3 points.
Ford (77.5) and Chevrolet (42.8) are down from year ago levels, while Dodge and Toyota each add one point.
Luxury brand Lincoln (9.0) is closing the gap on Cadillac (17.7) from what was a 12-point difference a year ago to a now 9-point gap.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, 28 January 2020 – Consumer-Love for a brand remains a key performance indicator of brand health and future success.
“Love scores are very effective by explaining why brands sell at the level they sell, said Mike Weil, President, Global Automotive Research and Insights at Insights 4 Less, LLC. Our approach of integrating research results with market dynamics tells the complete brand story, providing marketers with meaningful insights for evolving their own successful marketing strategy.”
• Volkswagen Love score (53%) strengthens, remaining the Most Loved Brand. Brand dynamics and a competitive market continue to challenge Volkswagen’s sales success.
• Nissan (49%) strengthens, jumping ahead of Toyota (45%) and challenging Volkswagen. Toyota slips to number four in the rankings as Volkswagen, Nissan, and Honda Love scores all gained strength.
• Chevrolet (44%) and Ford (40%) continue to navigate an increasingly competitive market, trailing Toyota and Honda in the Love rankings for two consecutive quarters.
• Hyundai Love score (24%) slips and continues below the industry median while Love for Kia (32%) remains above the median, supporting a stronger sales share.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, 22 October 2019 – The strength of consumer love for brands continues to explain brand choice and the willingness to pay a price premium.
“Sales leaders BMW and Mercedes-Benz remain statistically even at the top of the Luxury Automotive Love rankings. The strength of consumers’ love for these brands supports each brands sales success,” said Mike Weil, President, Global Automotive Research and Insights at Insights 4 Less, LLC. “While our Love study insights help to explain brand success, our personalized client support is designed to help marketing leaders build stronger brands.”
• Audi (60.6%) remains third in the Luxury Love rankings, though has been losing strength. Audi sales have also slipped in recent months. Porsche (58.7%) remains very steady in fourth, maintaining its niche sporty position that can have a limiting effect on sales.
• Alfa Romeo (44.6%) has been notable in its stair-stepping growth that moved the brand above the Industry Median (43.6%) for the first time. Alfa Romeo’s growth in the Love rankings begins to position the brand for naturally stronger sales.
• Volvo (41.3%), after being on a growth path following the launch of XC40, has slipped below the Median. While Lincoln (40.2%), with its all-new Nautilus gains strength and moves up one position in the Love rankings.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, 15 October 2019 – Love is the benchmark of brand strength in the consumer-brand relationship, explaining a significant portion of why consumers purchase brands.
“Toyota, Honda, and Kia continue to disrupt the Mexico automotive market. For the first time in the history of the study, Toyota has moved into the number two position, displacing Nissan,” said Mike Weil, President, Global Automotive Research and Insights at Insights 4 Less, LLC. “Toyota has been building significant strength beneath the surface for many years, now with the potential to move the brand into a future sales leadership position.”
•Volkswagen (49.6%) remains the Most Loved Brand for a fourth consecutive quarter. Toyota (44.4%) is now at its highest level in the rankings, while Nissan (43.9%), which has been navigating corporate challenges, slips into third.
•Honda (42.4%) is down one position to number four in the Love rankings. However, among the highest socio-economic level consumers, Honda comes out on top.
•Kia (32.8%) moves up one position, ahead of Ford (30.1%). Both brands are above the Industry Median and in the Friend Zone
MIAMI, FLORIDA, 19 September 2019 – Social Media Marketing continues to gain momentum as more brands shift bigger chunks of their budgets into digital marketing.
The Social Media Effectiveness Study measures brands’ Share of Digital Voice among online consumers across multiple channels.
“Digital has leveled the playing field of opportunity, allowing brands to increase their Share of Voice, which can significantly influence top of Funnel metrics like Ad Recall and Awareness, said Mike Weil, President, Global Research & Insights at Insights 4 Less, LLC. The very top of the Funnel is a key piece of any brands success, helping to carry momentum toward equity building, and eventually sales.”
Summary of results:
Porsche (101.9) continues to increase its share of digital voice, gaining 3.2 points over year ago levels. Second in the rankings is Ford (90.5), losing 3.2 points in the last year. Despite Ford’s growth on Instagram and YouTube, other key brands are growing at a faster rate, slowly squeezing Ford’s presence.
Tesla (83.3) Social Media Effectiveness score has been growing at a rapid pace, up nearly 15 points since year ago levels and this is without a Facebook page.
Chevrolet (59.8) is position five in the rankings, slipping 6.2 points since year ago. Nissan (40.1) slips 2.9 points and trails Volkswagen (50.3).
Jeep (36.6) is at an all-time high, adding 3.1 points from year ago. Mercedes-Benz (35.6) gained 3.2 points from year ago and is tenth in the rankings.
Love is the benchmark of brand strength in the consumer-brand relationship.
“The strong relationship between Love and Sales explains a significant portion of brand sales and profit success,” said Mike Weil, President, Global Automotive Research and Insights at Insights 4 Less, LLC. “Love scores provide a continuous outlook for the brand’s potential success or failure, allowing marketers to adjust the brand strategy before the consumers purchase.
Following are some of the Mexico Non-Luxury 2Q 2019 study findings:
•Volkswagen (56%) remains the leader as Most Loved Brand. Nissan (54%) holds onto the number two position while moving within two points of Volkswagen.
•Chevrolet (40%) slips two points and has fallen to position seven in the Love rankings; Chevrolet’s lowest point in the history of the study. Chevrolet’s loss can lead to continued downward pressure on sales. Meanwhile, Ford (43%) is beginning to make gains, moving into the Love Zone, and achieving its highest recorded position.
•Dodge (28%) continues to make gains, achieving its strongest Love score and highest level in the rankings, now just below Kia. Kia (36%) remains just inside the Friend Zone, in need of specific strengths to continue building natural equity and sales.