We’ve had a month in lockdown and households are adjusting and adapting, creating new routines and habits, using new communication technology and engaging locally, and within their community, like never before.
Research shows it only takes 66 days to form a habit so many of these new positive habits and communication channels, for many, will be here to stay.
So, how can brands harness these new habits and ensure they are communicating and marketing to their target consumers in the most engaging way.
We asked our base of 45,000 Loopers what content they want to see from brands at the moment:
- To create positive content
- To share how brands are supporting their staff and customers
- To provide a sense of continuity and normality
- To provide suggestions and tips
We are also hearing of a surge in community and local support and communication from the formation of new street Whatsapp groups, local baby support groups on Zoom, recipes, and cooking tips shared via Facebook, to scheduled fitness classes from the local dance teacher.
Over 90% are using Whatsapp more than ever, doubling the number of groups and 60% are using Zoom for the very first time.
We know how important it is for brands to still be at the forefront of consumer’s minds, so we have developed 4 new ways to spread the word (see table above) and hand out samples and encourage trial with your target audience. Helping you cut through the noise and build loyalty.
At get in The Loop, we harness the trusted word of mouth of peers, neighbours, and family – getting your product to the heart of the community.