Working Papers

The Effects of Brand Name Suggestiveness on Advertising Recall

Kevin Lane Keller, Susan E. Heckler, and Michael J. Houston

Jan 1, 1997

Examines the costs and benefits of choosing a suggestive brand name. Demonstrates that although a suggestive brand name may facilitate initial brand positioning, it may hamper subsequent efforts to reposition the brand in new, unrelated directions.

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