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Endorser Credibility and The Impact On The Brand Image of Cosmetic Product
Transcript of Endorser Credibility and The Impact On The Brand Image of Cosmetic Product
Chapter 1.0: INTRODUCTION
Chapter 2.0: LITERATURE RIVIEW
Chapter 3.0: RESEARCH DESIGN
Conclusion & Recommendation
Background of Study
ENDORSER CREDIBILITY & THE IMPACT ON THE BRAND IMAGE OF COSMETIC PRODUCT
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Presented by :
Khairul Fahmi bin Johari 2012478404
Muhd Hamka bin Roslim 2012468322
Madam Norida Abu Bakar
Madam Siti Noraziana binti Azis
1.1 Background of Study
1.2 Problem Statement
1.4 Theoretical Framework
1.5 Research Questions & Research Objective
1.6 Significance of Study
1.7 Limitation of Study
2.1 Underpinning Theory
2.2 Brand Image
2.3 Source Credibility Theory
3.1 Research Design
3.2 Sampling Technique
3.3 Population and Sample Size
3.4 Data Collection Method
3.5 Data Analysis
Chapter 4.0: DATA ANALYSIS
4.1 Response Rate
4.2 Reliability Test
4.3 Frequency Analysis
4.4 Research Objective Analysis
CHAPTER 5.0 CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION
According to McCracken (1989), marketers have been use a celebrity endorsement in order to enhance a brand’s appeal.
There are the factors of endorser credibility such as attractiveness, trustworthiness and expertise that exactly will impact to the brand image of cosmetic products.
H0: There is no relationship between attractiveness and brand image of cosmetic products.
H1: There is a relationship between attractiveness and brand image of cosmetic products.
H0: There is no relationship between trustworthiness and brand image of cosmetic products.
H1: There is a relationship between trustworthiness and brand image of cosmetic products.
H0: There is no relationship between expertise and brand image of cosmetic products
H1: There is a relationship between expertise and brand image of cosmetic products.
Brand Image of Cosmetic Products
To determine the level of brand image towards cosmetic products.
To identify the relationship between the attractiveness, trustworthiness and expertise towards brand image of cosmetic products.
To identify the most important factors of endorser credibility that influenced brand image of cosmetic products.
1) What is the level of brand image towards cosmetic products?
2) Is there any relationship between attractiveness, trustworthiness and expertise towards brand image of cosmetic products?
3) What is the most important factors of endorser credibility that influenced brand image of cosmetic products?
LIMITATIONS OF STUDY
SIGNIFICANCE OF STUDY
Three main model, of source credibility and attractiveness,’ ‘product match-up’ and ‘meaning transfer’.
Companies operating in business markets certainly use customer referencing.
According to Aaker (1991), Brand image of the product is important to different the brand image of the product of competitors.
According to Keller (2008), brand association give the meanings of brands to consumers through linking product information to the brand that existing in consumer’s memories, thus indicating product benefits and summary evaluations of the brands
According to Goldsmith et al. (2000), celebrity credibility defined as the extent to which a celebrity received to perceive the consumer.
The research result shows that the source credibility can be used in these studies as it is proven the relationship between the celebrity endorsement and the consumer attitudes gives impact to the variables (Mowen, 1980).
According to Langmeyer and Shank (1994), we define this as celebrity owns of physical beauty and non-physical beauty.
An attractiveness is become the main factors that contribute to the brand image as the dual benefits comes from celebrity status and attractiveness (Kamins, 1990).
According to Erdrogan (1999), first attributes is similarity can be defined as a supposed resemblance in between the source and the receiver of the message.
Based on the Desphanade and Stayman (1994), an endorser’s ethnic status affected the respondent’s perception of trustworthiness and as a result of brand attitudes too.
According to McCracken (1989) stated that the likeability is based on physical appearance behavior.
Consumer liking for its endorser that consists of the qualification, the endorser appearance and through process of identification of the product or brand.
According to Erdogan (1999) stated that familiarity can be easily described as the knowledge of a source through exposure.
Familiarity is a knowledge that gained by the consumer identification endorser through the repeated coverage about the celebrity.
Trustworthiness can be defined as an endorser capability of the honesty, integrity and believability (Erdogan et al. 2001).
Message communication driven to consumer became believable when the source of trustworthy is effective in consumer minds (Hovland and Wiess, 1951).
According to Hovland et.al (1953), source expertise can be directly influence the consumer to purchase the products.
Consumer have more understanding on the particular product or brand.
RESPONSE RATE TABLE
RESEARCH OBJECTIVE ANALYSIS
Research Objective 1: To determine the level of brand image towards cosmetic products.
Research Objective 2:To identify the relationship between the attractiveness, trustworthiness and expertise towards brand image of cosmetic products.
Hypothesis 1 (Attractiveness)
Hypothesis 2 (Trustworthiness)
Hypothesis 3 (Expertise)
Research objective 3: To identify the most important factors of endorser credibility that impact the brand image of cosmetic products
Coefficients from regression analysis
This study needs to clarify whether it has achieve its three objective as mentioned in Chapter one.
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