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How AI Helps in Brand Management

Lorelei Mccormick,Director of IT Operations,The Hershey Company

Lorelei Mccormick,Director of IT Operations,The Hershey Company

Artificial Intelligence helps identify references on social media and bifurcating negative comments to fix them as quickly as possible.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been successfully storming the world. More and more corporations are now planning to leverage AI to develop brand marketing techniques as a core part of their strategy and mission.

Meanwhile, AI is slowly but gradually becoming more prominent in the everyday lives of consumers. It makes day-to-day jobs and small tasks more straightforward and more readily available in a range of shapes and sizes to meet consumers' demands. Although AI provides undeniable advantages such as cost reduction for business, advertisers' more significant aim is to improve brand management by making it more predictive and customized. So, how can AI help marketers do this? Below are different approaches to enhance brand management using AI.

AI Guards Online Reputation

Using Natural Language Processing (NLP) models, AI ensures that algorithms can comprehend and decipher what the audience is saying. AI provides a perfect way to ease the time commitment of maintaining the online identity by:Top Reputation Management Software Solution Companies

• Automation of the monitoring process.

• Responding and calling for feedback at the right time.

• Enabling brand managers and product managers to carry out large-scale testing.

• Tracking social networks, websites, and other internet platforms.

• Identifying references on social media and bifurcating negative comments to fix them as quickly as possible.

• Recognizing and recording positive reviews.

AI Connects Firms with the Right Audience

Today, because of the multi-channel world in which one works, they are offered more chances than ever to meet the target audience. Furthermore, firms can further refine their business with innovative resources like AI. With little effort, they can learn a lot more about consumer actions, pick up on particular trends, and continuously form and update marketing tactics. Before the launch of AI, businesses were typically categorizing consumers to make bulk customer service choices. AI also totally modified the way companies track their customer experience. AI tracks and analyzes any action taken by the customer, such as:

• The stuff they browsed.

• Products that were added to the cart and later withdrawn.

• The things left in the cart.

• A call-to-action clicked and left in the middle.

AI analyzes all these patterns to figure out why consumers have stopped in their search. Besides, monitoring the customer's data and sending the message or advertising to them at their precise time of need.

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