Consumers Give Thumbs Down to Brands, Citing ‘Poor Content’

Trend Summary: A study of people in thirty-three nations reveals that they couldn’t care if less if 74% of the brands they use disappeared.

The study, conducted by Havas Media Group, polled circa 300,000 people, spanning thirty-three countries and 1,500 brands, but the bad news for marketers is that … read on

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Author: Moonwink

Least Said Soonest Mended :)

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