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Conceptualising and measuring the equity of online brands

Christodoulides, G., de Chernatony, L., Furrer, O., Shiu, E. and Abimbola, T. (2006) Conceptualising and measuring the equity of online brands. Journal of Marketing Management, 22 (7 & 8). pp. 799-825. ISSN 1472-1376

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Although brand equity is an important source of competitive advantage online, previous conceptualisations and measures overlook the unique characteristics of the internet that render consumers co-creators of brand value. In view of this, a threephased research programme was undertaken to identify the facets of online retail/service (ORS) brand equity and then develop and validate a scale for its measurement. ORS brand equity was found to be a second order construct with five correlated yet distinct dimensions: emotional connection, online experience, responsive service nature, trust, and fulfilment. A series of tests showed that the ensuing 12-item scale has strong psychometric properties. The implications of this research for marketing researchers and practitioners are discussed.

Item Type:Article
Divisions:Henley Business School > Marketing and Reputation
ID Code:25926
Uncontrolled Keywords:brand equity; internet brands; scale development; validity; reliability
Publisher:Taylor & Francis

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