Precious brands: loyalty unlimited

This article discusses what makes a brand a 'precious' brand, one that gets talked about and to which users get emotionally attached.

Precious brands: loyalty unlimited

Andrew Doyle

There's a new hero for marketers to worship. His name is Peter Thomas and he's an insurance worker from Brighton in England. Or rather he was called Peter Thomas. Today his legal name is Honey Monster and he is perhaps the most extreme case around of brand love. He just adores Sugar Puffs and their Honey Monster character.

If only consumers of all our brands loved them so much that they decided to do what Peter (sorry, Honey) has done! Sadly most brands don't inspire this kind of fanaticism, but there are some that...

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