Branding has been around since the beginning of times as a means to differentiate products. Did you know that the term “brand” is derived from the old Norse word “brandr” which means “to burn” and used in the context of marking livestock to identify the owners. Branding in the marketing context occurs in the consumer minds and the “marks” not always come out as marketers intended, hence the need to implement brand tracking studies.
1. What brand metrics should be tracked?
2. How often should a brand be tracked?
3. Who should be included in a brand tracking study?
4. How to interpret brand tracking metrics?
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