Most people don’t know your brand very well.

Half of all brand knowledge is concentrated amongst 20% of buyers and the remainder is spread thinly across the remaining 80% of buyers.

So it emerges that a few people know a lot about your brand. And a great many more people know something about your brand.

The Participation Paradox by Martin Weigel

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