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  • Micro-learning Platforms Brand Awareness Using Socialmedia Marketing and Customer Brand Engagement

    Mujica, Alejandro; Villanueva, Esteban; Lodeiros-Zubiria, Manuel Luis (International Association of Online Engineering (IAOE), 2021-09-06)
    This study aims to analyse the impact of Social Media Marketing in Customer Brand Engagement and Brand Awareness micro-learning platforms. The sample consisted of 220 students from micro-learning platforms using social media in the educational institutions. Because social-media marketing and customer brand- engagement are second-order reflexive constructions, the two-stage approach of hierarchical models with mode-A was adopted. The results reveal that social media marketing influences both the building of customer brand engagement and brand awareness among students on micro-learning platforms. Furthermore, it was shown that customer brand engagement is an important mediator between social media marketing and brand awareness. Social-media marketing activities carried out by micro-learning platforms contribute to the generation of customer brand-engagement and brand awareness of these institutions. Furthermore, the results show that, although social-media marketing helps to generate brand-awareness, it is through customer brand-engagement that social-media marketing is most effective in generating brand-awareness. For micro-learning platforms, the results allow them to understand the importance of customer brand-engagement when using social-media marketing to generate brand-awareness.
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  • Web Experience Effects on Online Purchase Intention by Millennials on Retail Websites in Lima Metropolitan: An Application with Regression Analysis

    Briceño Yañez, Stephanie Matilde; Cabezas Navarro, Alexandra; Talledo Flores, Hernán (Springer Science and Business Media Deutschland GmbH, 2022-01-01)
    The current context shows an increase in the attraction to online purchases on retail websites. Hence, there is a change in the behavior of millennial users and the factors that seek their purchase intention. Therefore, the objective of this study is to analyze the effect of WE factors (usability, interactivity, trust and aesthetics) on the OPI of users on retail websites, specifically in the clothing category, in Lima Metropolitan. The study’s findings would aid retailers in designing more effective websites. From 486 questionnaires distributed to millennials in Lima Metropolitan, 400 effective responses were obtained. Likewise, non-probability sampling was used with a convenience sampling technique. The collected data was processed using SPSS. Cronbach’s Alpha was used to check the reliability of the scales. An exploratory factor analysis was performed for data reduction that allowed exploring the variables under study. Finally, a multiple linear regression was performed to determine the relationship structure between the variables. The results show that usability, interactivity, trust and aesthetics are the WE factors that positively and significantly affect online purchase intention in millennial users in Lima Metropolitan. 4 hypotheses were proposed which were fully accepted. This research shares relevant information about the effects of WE factors on OPI. It expands the knowledge regarding the importance of effective website design by integrating the most relevant factors such as usability, interactivity, trust and aesthetics to improve the WE.
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  • Perceived Quality, Brand Image and Brand Loyalty in the Purchase Intent of Smartphones in College Students

    Zaharia Seinfeld, Daniela; Talledo Flores, Hernán (Springer Science and Business Media Deutschland GmbH, 2022-01-01)
    This research seeks to examine the relationship between perceived quality, brand loyalty and brand image with respect to the purchase intent in an audience of young Lima college students who are between 17 and 24 years old. As a result, it was obtained that brand loyalty and image are fundamental to generate a purchase intent in this public; however, Perceived Quality as an influencing factor of purchase intent was eliminated and Brand Confidence was added, since a relationship with the dependent variable was found. In the same way, 261 surveys were conducted with the target audience through an online questionnaire. The study developed was quantitative correlational, focusing on non-probabilistic convenience sampling. To obtain the results, there were made two Confirmatory Factor Analysis, an Exploratory Factor Analysis and a Monotonic Regression, in addition to performing two times the Cronbach’s Alpha and using the item-Factor correlation to eliminate the least influential indicators.
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