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Did your favorites make the list? Check out the results of the 2015 Harris Poll EquiTrend study in this article from the Bulldog Reporter’s ‘Daily Dog (original source: PR Newswire). Do any of the top choices surprise you? Who’s not there that you think should be? Please use the comment form below to let me know. Thanks. — Sean
Enduring Brands Top 2015 Harris Poll EquiTrend List: Visa, Michelin, Craftsman, Subway, Target and More Take Brand of the Year Honors
Many Top-Ranked Brands Owe Their Success to Connectivity, Study Finds
The brands Americans love say a lot about how they live. In 2015, classic trusted brands increasingly comingle with “connected” Internet brands based on the top brands in the2015 Harris Poll EquiTrend study, an annual study of brands.
Twelve brands have been ranked #1 in equity within their respective categories for 5 or more years in a row, and many of these scored in the top 10% of all brands measured in the study in 2015. These brands cover a range of categories, from sandwich shops (Subway), to mass merchandisers (Target), paint (KILZ), to greeting cards (Hallmark). Read more here…
Check out the Harris Poll’s new corporate reputation rankings. How did your favorites fare? This article appeared in the Bulldog Reporter’s Daily ‘Dog. The original source: PR Newswire; edited by Richard Carufel. How much do studies like this one affect your buying decisions? Read the article here.
February 9, 2015
New Corporate Reputation Rankings: Amazon Dethroned By Regional Grocer Wegmans, While Samsung Pulls Ahead of Apple
Harris Poll’s 2015 Reputation Quotient Study Sees Apple and Google Slide
In the digital/social age, developing a great reputation has emerged as perhaps the most important PR measurement for brands–and according to the latest Harris poll reputation study, it’s not only the giant global brands that are being recognized for their reputation-boosting achievements. In fact, last year’s leader Amazonhas been edged out in the 2015 rankings for corporate reputation among the 100 most visible companies by Wegmans Food Markets, a Rochester, NY-based grocer with just 85 stores and a tenth of the retail giant’s revenues.
Meanwhile, ranking third on the list, Samsung outperformed all other technology companies, surging past Apple and Google, at No. 9 and No. 10 respectively—and achieving a near-reversal in position from 2012 when Apple was No. 1, Google was No. 2 and Samsung ranked 13th. Read more here.