Consumer Conversations Reveal Big Differences In Most Loved
Consumer Conversations Reveal Big Differences In Most Loved
Nintendo Switch and Gain Lead Offline Talk, While Beauty Brands Dominate Most Positive Brands Online Unilever's

Nintendo Switch, the fastest-selling console of the current generation, and Gain laundry detergent zoomed up the list of brands most positively talked about in offline conversations, both leapfrogging ahead of more than 600 brands to take the first and second “most loved” positions, respectively, in Engagement Labs’ TotalSocial® system martech news.

Meantime, online brand conversations generated a completely different list of most loved brands, including American Family Insurance and Great Value, a Walmart brand, earning the most positive online talk. Only one brand, Unilever’s Dove Men + Care, managed to rank among the most positively talked about brands both online and offline customer experience services.

Marketers desire to foster a brand evangelist movement and a community of active brand advocates. Brand evangelism is important as positive consumer conversations about the brands they love can accelerate and grow business. According to Engagement Labs data and analytics 19 percent of all consumer purchases are driven by these kinds of consumer conversations martech.

For the 2019 analysis of more than 600 US consumer brands across a spectrum of industry sectors and categories, Engagement Labs ranked the most loved brands based on net positive conversations happening online (via social media) and offline (via face-to-face conversations) based on its annual TotalSocial® Brand Awards series.