Positive Word of Mouth Marketing: Explaining the Roles of Value Congruity and Brand Love

  • Shirkhodaie M
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Abstract

Many companies have found that for their products to be successful in the market, they must first pay for word of mouth marketing and then utilize other types of ads. Previous studies have not paid enough attention to the value of target consumers. This study evaluates the roles of value congruity, brand love, and brand image in creating a consumer commitment that leads to positive word of mouth. The sample is comprised of makeup consumers in Rasht, Iran. At first, thirty stores were selected in the city center. Then, 384 questionnaires were distributed with sampling available in selected stores. Amos 22 was used to test the conceptual model. The results show that the value congruity of the brand consumer has a positive impact on the brand image and brand commitment. Moreover, brand love and brand commitment have a significant posi- tive impact on positive word of mouth. But the impacts of brand image and brand love on brand commitment are rejected. Also, brand image has a significant positive impact on brand love.

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Shirkhodaie, M., & Rastgoo-deylami, M. (2016). Positive Word of Mouth Marketing: Explaining the Roles of Value Congruity and Brand Love. Journal of Competitiveness, 8(1), 19–37. https://doi.org/10.7441/joc.2016.01.02

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