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AbstractThe creation of a trusting brand identity through advertising has received relatively little attention in European marketing research. We explore this relationship by undertaking focus group research in the UK and Italy to identify the characteristics of print advertisements perceived as portraying a trusting image. The results show that advertisements that are simple, straightforward and clear are perceived as being more trusting. However, findings also show some differences between our national samples in relation to factors such as colour perception and consumer ethnocentrism. Young consumers are also quite critical of current advertising efforts in building a trusting brand image.
CitationDanbury A, Palazzo M, Mortimer K, Siano A (2017) 'Advertising and brand trust: perspectives from the UK and Italy', International Conference on Corporate & Marketing Communication - Salerno.
TypeConference papers, meetings and proceedings
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