Expectations that brands will be part of culture have become much higher thanks to COVID-19; research from Havas indicates the onus is on marketers to actively provide meaningful content and the means through which consumers can interact with the brand.
Money is being wasted
- 90% of consumers expect brands to provide all forms of content – including the likes of rewards, promotions and educational material.
- 58% say money is not well spent and that brands are not providing content that is meaningful to their customers.
- A content framework devised by Havas enables brands to get strategic about the “cultural territories” to become involved in.
“You can play within that framework, so that 58% of not-meaningful content can go down over the coming years and you can use budgets in content marketing in a more effective and efficient way,” says Maria Garrido, chief insights officer of Havas Group.
For more, read WARC’s report in full: Culture and content: What brands should know about consumer expectations
Sourced from WARC