Brand Energy is an absolute measure of a brand’s value as derived from quantum mechanics. It is a derivation of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity that translates the physical energy of a brand in space into the true value of brand in the marketplace.
It relies on quantitative data points such as a brand’s forward P/E ratio, the statistical connection consumers have to a given idea, the statistical connection brands have to that idea and the statistical connection consumers have to a brand.
Category leaders were chosen on overall increase in consumer connection to the brand (how much more affinity did they have for the brand?), and overall increase in consumer connection to the idea (how much did they like the commercial?)
As the halftime show sponsor and soft drink of choice of Beyonce, Pepsi hit a home run in building Brand Energy. Pepsi’s connection to Beyonce is driving their Brand Energy. Oreo “double dipped” with some half-time magic and Taco Bell resonated with some timely humor. Coca-Cola’s story will perhaps take longer to unfold – the brand captured millions of consumers by asking them to vote. The quest is, will that capture have a longer-term affect than the rest in the category?
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