Brand Loyalty Is Sinking, Can Mobile And The Likes Of Foursquare Be A Savior?

Posted: May 4, 2010 in Advertising & Marketing, Gaming/Entertainment, Personal, Social Media & Networking, Technology

Brand Loyalty Is Sinking, Can Mobile And The Likes Of Foursquare  Be A Savior

A new report published recently by comScore indicates a steep decline in consumer brand-loyalty over the past two years, leading the way for emerging concepts such as mobile marketing and mobile social concepts like that of Foursquare to pick up the slack.

The comScore study evaluated the change in brand loyalty within a number of consumer goods categories, including health & beauty aids, OTC medications, apparel, food, household products and housewares. As the economic downturn has continued, the percentage of shoppers who typically buy the brands they want most has steadily declined across the categories examined.  In March 2010, for example, less than 50 percent of shoppers reported purchasing the brand they want most.

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