GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2023
Must-Know Brand Tracking Metrics
Highlights: The Most Important Brand Tracking Metrics
- 1. Brand Awareness
- 2. Brand Recall
- 3. Brand Recognition
- 4. Brand Preference
- 5. Brand Loyalty
- 6. Brand Image / Associations
- 7. Brand Equity
- 9. Share of Voice
- 10. Brand Consistency
- 11. Customer Satisfaction
- 12. Customer Lifetime Value (CLV)
- 13. Market Share
- 15. Social Media Engagement
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Brand Tracking Metrics: Our Guide
Delve into the realm of brand tracking as we reveal the most crucial metrics every business must heed in our latest report. This updated guide offers a deeper understanding of the dynamic numbers that dictate your brand’s performance. Stay ahead of the game by mastering these vital KPIs that can make or break your brand’s image in today’s competitive market.
The percentage of people who are familiar with your brand, its products or services. It is important for driving engagement and ultimately, customer conversions.
The ability of consumers to recall your brand name when prompted by a specific product category, indicating the strength of the brand’s association with the product.
The extent to which people can recognize your brand through its logo, tagline, or other visual elements without having to mention its name.
The degree to which consumers prefer your brand over competitors and would choose your products or services over another.
The tendency of consumers to continue purchasing products or services from your brand while maintaining a positive perception of your brand.
Brand Image / Associations
The collection of mental and emotional perception consumers have about your brand, encompassing elements like quality, trust, and reliability.
The added value a brand brings to its products or services, making them more desirable and valuable to consumers.
Brand Advocacy / Net Promoter Score
The likelihood of consumers to recommend your brand to others, indicating strong brand loyalty and satisfaction.
Share Of Voice
Share of voice, seen on platforms like social media, reflects brand strength in relation to competitors.
The uniformity in brand messaging and visual elements across all customer touchpoints, contributing to a strong brand identity and recognition.
The level of contentment customers feel with your brand, products, or services, ultimately impacting brand loyalty.
Customer Lifetime Value
The estimated revenue a single customer will generate for your brand over the entire length of their relationship, providing insight into the profitability of customer relationships.
The percentage of a market’s total sales that your brand claims in comparison to its competitors, indicating its competitive position within the industry.
Return On Marketing Investment
The effectiveness of marketing efforts in generating revenue or meeting brand objectives, helping to justify marketing budgets and strategies.
Social Media Engagement
The level of interaction consumers have with your brand on social media platforms in the form of likes, comments, shares, and follows, indicating brand interest and awareness.
Frequently Asked Questions
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How we write these articles
We have not conducted any studies ourselves. Our article provides a summary of all the statistics and studies available at the time of writing. We are solely presenting a summary, not expressing our own opinion. We have collected all statistics within our internal database. In some cases, we use Artificial Intelligence for formulating the statistics. The articles are updated regularly. See our Editorial Guidelines.