consumer's loyalty?

@bloods (30)
Philippines
March 27, 2007 6:01am CST
is it in you? instead of saying toothpaste on a nearby store you say "colgate". this is what you call consumer's loyalty. this runs in a pure competition market. now, are you one of them?
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@perugu (5281)
• India
27 Mar 07
hi,friend,yes,i am one of the loyalists to some brands,but age time passess,i am chnging some in the case of some products and some companies.In case of soap old CINTHOL is my brand still,where as in case of paste,recently i switched to Dabur-Red tooth paste from colgate..
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@Willowlady (10666)
• United States
27 Mar 07
I buy a decent product if I don't make it myself. I don't care normally who makes it. In my family there has been brand loyalty for a long time. Store brands are now most of the time as good as the name brand and probably made in the same plant at the beginning of the process. My money needs to go as far as it can so brang loyalty does not help me in any way.
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@moonke (64)
• Australia
27 Mar 07
i'm not a brand person. i'm more of a price person. i'll usually go with the cheaper options. however there are some products that i don't change. as i know they work for me and any conditions that i may have. I consider that to be customer loyalty. If i do find a better product then i would change and be loyal to that product/company.
• United States
11 Apr 07
on certain items i am loyal like toothpaste, mayo, bread, butter, ect. There are certain things any brand will do like canned veggies and some thjings store brands are just fine so i guess in a way i am loyal to them also
@ronreyes (4724)
• Philippines
11 Apr 07
Well toothpaste must be called by their own product name. People knew it by name so we can't blame them. I prefer close-up than colgate though because close-up really contributes fresh breath to anyone. Colgate however only concentrates with strong and whiter teeth. - Ron Reyes www.ronreyes.co.nr