Jul 29, 2019
When you hear “brand switching,” you can think of social media authors developing preferences for different brands within the same sector over time. “Brand Switching Analysis” is the study of those movements and the greater patterns of behaviour that emerge from them. eBrandValue harnesses the strength of these insights across the entire sector to provide brands with a competitive and strategic advantage.
During the week of May 12th, Fenerbahçe had the highest mentions with 2.36k. Beşiktaş had the second highest mentions with 1.62k, followed by Galatasaray which had 1.43k mentions.
Our predictive model to help corporate clients predict when they might begin to operate again is featured in Bloomberg this week!
“People are afraid to die, but I think people are most afraid to collapse financially.”
- eBrandValue CEO, Ayşe Akçura.
Built on datasets of global confirmed COVID-19 cases, we were able to build a model of the trend that enables us to predict the direction of the pandemic on a country by country basis. Just like the term "viral marketing" is inspired by a pathogen, there are parallels between marketing models and epidemiology.
Since the first Coronavirus case was announced in Turkey on March 12, Turkish social media users have been discussing their alcohol stocking habits online. Among these discussions, Beer consumers had the highest mindshare with 20%. Wine (17,5 %) had the second highest mindshare, followed by Rakı (14 %).
In 2020, Murda had the highest mindshare with 39%. Ezhel (27%) had the second highest mindshare, followed by Khontkar (18%).
The visual below shows which alcohol category Turkish social media users preferred between 2013-2019 within the Turkish adult beverages sector.
With the digital disruptions, Marketing Mix Model is increasingly seen as obsolete and not so intuitive to use. Why? Short answer: Defining specific attribute levels with discrete variables is obsolete.
During 2019, Digiturk Bein users had the highest mindshare with 48,84%. Netflix (31,24%) had the second highest mindshare, followed by Blu TV (17,09%).
During 2019, Spotify users had the highest mindshare with 38,07%. Tiktok (31,39%) had the second highest mindshare, followed by Youtube(28,20%).
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