Brands and Brand Equity
Advertising and Brand Attitudes: Evidence from 575 Brands Over Five YearsFeb 28, 2019 Kenneth C. Wilbur, University of California, San Diego
Kenneth Wilbur will present research that investigates the relationships between three brand attitude variables (perceived quality, perceived value and recent satisfaction) and three types of advertising (national traditional, local traditional and digital).
Best of MSI - Leading Mass DisruptionJan 24, 2019
Stan Joosten, Innovation Manager, Global eBusiness, The Procter & Gamble Company
Mass marketing is being disrupted, and P&G’s objective is to lead that disruption. In this session Stan will provide a glimpse of the reinvention taking place at the world’s largest marketer.
Consumer Misinformation and the Brand Premium: A Private Label Blind Taste TestJan 10, 2019 Bart J. Bronnenberg, Jean-Pierre Dubé, and Robert E. Sanders, 2019, 19-102-01
This study suggests that product testing can change consumer preferences for private label brands - at least in the short term.
Advertising and Brand Attitudes: Evidence from 575 Brands over Five YearsDec 11, 2018 Rex Yuxing Du, Mingyu Joo, and Kenneth C. Wilbur, 2018, 18-138
Estimating causal effects of ads on sales is difficult. Here's empirical guidance on using data for important practical questions: whether to advertise, how much to spend, and how to allocate ad budgets.
Competitive Advertising on Brand SearchNov 16, 2018 Andrey Simonov, Columbia Business School
Should a company bid on competitors' keywords in search engine advertising? Findings show that competitors can steal up to 20% of the focal brand's traffic, however, the “stolen” clicks are of low quality, with 42.6% of consumer returning to Bing in less than 30 seconds after clicking competitors’ ad (“quick back” event).
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