These Brands Got the Most Love in Word-of-Mouth Conversations in 2021
2020’s most loved brands in online and offline conversations each dropped down a spot last year, replaced by American Family and Carter’s, respectively. Here’s how other brands fared in an analysis [press release] of top brands by Engagement Labs.
In examining more than 650 US consumer brands across various industry sectors and categories, the rankings of the most loved brands are “based on net positive conversations happening online (via social media) and offline (via face-to-face conversations as well as phone, emailing, texting, IM’ing, video chat – in other words, via any channel other than posting on social media)” from Engagement Labs’ proprietary TotalSocial® data.
Carter’s climbed a spot to become the brand with the largest gap between positive and negative offline conversations in 2021, solidifying its ascent after having jumped 13 spots the year prior. Carter’s replaced 2020’s leader, Trader Joe’s, which dropped to second. That brand was recently named the “most relevant” among grocery and drug stores.
The list of most loved brands offline was otherwise dominated by beauty and personal care brands, featuring Dawn at #3, Dove Men+Care at #5, Dove at #6, Gillette at #8, and Nivea at #10. The biggest gainer was Gillette, up 68 spots, with joint #8 Kirkland also enjoying an impressive ascent (+22) up the rankings.
Read the full MarketingCharts article, here.
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