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Reflective Model of Brand Awareness on Repurchase Intention and Customer Satisfaction

  • ILYAS, Gunawan Bata;RAHMI, Sri;TAMSAH, Hasmin;MUNIR, Abdul Razak;PUTRA, Aditya Halim Perdana Kusuma
    • The Journal of Asian Finance, Economics and Business
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    • v.7 no.9
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    • pp.427-438
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    • 2020
  • This study aims to analyze and confirm brand awareness' role in influencing the repurchase intention both directly and indirectly on customer satisfaction variables and repurchase intention variables. The contribution brought by this study is to reflect manifest variables such as recall, purchase, and consumption. The number of respondents in this study was 200 samples using the online survey data collection method (Google form), while the research approach is quantitative explanatory. The data analysis test tools include the Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) approach with AMOS as a statistical data analysis software and Sobel test to indirectly test the relationship. This study consists of four hypotheses, of which three hypotheses are positively and significantly related (brand awareness on repurchase intention, brand awareness on customer satisfaction, and customer satisfaction on repurchase intention). Through indirect relationship, namely, brand awareness on repurchase intention through customer satisfaction, the study showed no significant effect. In a comprehensive way, this study emphasizes the factor of customer satisfaction as a determinant of consumer loyalty and repurchase intention. Therefore, creating optimal customer satisfaction, service excellence, promotion and massive advertising, guaranteeing the safety and ease-of-use apps, and ease of shopping, especially for e-commerce industry, is a serious concern.

An Empirical Study of Customers' Satisfaction and Repurchase Intention on Online Shopping in Vietnam

  • NGUYEN, Lan;NGUYEN, Thu Ha;TAN, Thi Khanh Phuong
    • The Journal of Asian Finance, Economics and Business
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    • v.8 no.1
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    • pp.971-983
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    • 2021
  • This study aims to examine the factors that affect customer satisfaction and repurchase intention of online shoppers in Vietnam. We used the anklet method to collect information by sending the online questionnaire to Vietnamese people via social media like Facebook, Zalo, and instructed participants to fill out the survey. This study collected data randomly from 597 Vietnamese individuals who have experienced online shopping. Applying both qualitative and quantitative methods, we investigated the impacts of factors (responsiveness, trust, convenience, delivery, information quality and perceived website usability) on customer satisfaction and repurchase intention. The results revealed that: (1) Information quality, delivery, convenience, and perceived website usability have the most significant impacts on customer satisfaction and intention, (2) Trust moderately affects satisfaction and repurchase intention, (3) Responsiveness has no significant influence on repurchase intention and (4) Control variables, included gender and marital status also impacted satisfaction and repurchase intention because the study found that male customers are more satisfied than female customers and single people tend to repurchase at familiar websites more than the other people. The findings suggested that six mentioned factors have different levels of impacts on customer satisfaction and repurchase intention; moreover, the demographic factors also affect satisfaction and intention to repurchase.

The Effect of Nonverbal Communication on Trust, Switching Barrier and Repurchase Intention (서비스제공자의 비언어적 커뮤니케이션이 신뢰와 전환장벽 및 재구매의도에 미치는 영향)

  • Lee, Ok-Hee
    • Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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    • v.14 no.5
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    • pp.803-810
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    • 2012
  • This study investigates the effect of nonverbal communication on trust, switching barrier, and repurchase intention. Sample subjects used in this study were customers of a fashion shop in Sunchon. The questionnaires were conveniently sampled from July 2010 to August 2010. Questionnaire data from 335 customers of a national brand were analyzed through a reliability analysis, factor analysis, and multiple regression analysis. The results of this study are as follows. First, nonverbal communication by the service provider was divided into 3 types, physical appearance and paralanguage, postures and proxemics, and facial expressions. Second, it was found that physical appearance and paralanguage, postures and proxemics, facial expression of nonverbal communication had a significant impact on customer trust. Third, given the relationship between nonverbal communication and switching barrier, it was represented that the postures and proxemics and facial expressions (except physical appearance and paralanguage) had a significantly positive influence on the switching barrier. Forth, physical appearance/paralanguage, postures/proxemics, and facial expressions (nonverbal communication) had a positive influence on repurchase intention. Fifth, given the relationship between trust and repurchase intention as well as switching barrier and repurchase intention, it was represented that trust and switching barrier have a significantly positive influence upon repurchase intention. According to the results of this study, the more positive nonverbal communication by the service provider then the higher the customer repurchase intention as well as trust and switching barrier. Fifth, given the relationship between trust and repurchase intention as well as switching barrier and repurchase intention, it was represented that trust and switching barrier have a significantly positive influence upon repurchase intentions.

The Effect of Medical Service Quality and Hospital's Reputation on Customer Satisfaction, Repurchase Intention, and Negative Word of Mouth as to Disease Severity (질병의 중증도에 따른 의료서비스 품질과 병원의 명성이 고객만족과 재구매의도, 그리고 부정적 구전에 미치는 영향)

  • Yoo, Dong-Keun;Suh, Seung-Won
    • Korea Journal of Hospital Management
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    • v.14 no.4
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    • pp.25-51
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    • 2009
  • This model was empirically developed to test the effect of medical service quality and hospital's reputation on customer satisfaction, repurchase intention, and negative word of mouth as to disease severity. The model was tested in the context of the hospital industry. The findings are as follows. First, medical service provider's functional quality and technical service quality have significant effect on customer satisfaction. Second, hospital's reputation has positive(+) effect on customer satisfaction and significant negative effect on negative word of mouth. Third, customer satisfaction with medical service quality has significantly positive effect on customer's repurchase intention and has negative(-) effect on customer's negative word of mouth. Furthermore, customer's negative word of mouth has negative effect on their repurchase intention. Fourth, as to different disease severity, medical service quality and hospital's reputation have different effect on customer satisfaction, repurchase intention, and negative word of mouth. When patients get slightly ill, functional service quality and technical service quality have direct influence on customer satisfaction which has positive influence on repurchase intention and negative influence on negative word of mouth. Finally, negative word of mouth has negative effect on customer's repurchase intention. However, while hospital's reputation doesn't have effect on customer satisfaction, the reputation has significantly negative effect on negative word of mouth. When patients get seriously ill, only functional service quality has positive effect on customer satisfaction which influences on customer's repurchase intention and negatively influences on negative word of mouth. On the contrary, negative word of mouth doesn't influence on customer's repurchase intention as patients want to treat serious diseases in the large general hospitals even though negative word of mouth is known to them.

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Consumers' Perception towards Corporate Social Responsibility and Repurchase Intention: A Study of Consumer Industry in Vietnam

  • Thi, QuyVo;Van, Phung Le
    • Industrial Engineering and Management Systems
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    • v.15 no.2
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    • pp.173-180
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    • 2016
  • Nowadays Corporate social responsibility (CSR) has become a critical factor influencing customers' buying intention. The study conducted aims to explore the relationship between customers' perception towards CSR and their repurchase intention. The data was collected by using survey questionnaires from 320 individual customers living in Ho Chi Minh City and processed in SPSS software. The research results showed that among CSR components, economic and charitable responsibilities have a positive impact on Vietnamese customers' repurchase intention at the significance level of 1% and the two other factors at 10%. The findings assume that CSR components have become factors explaining customers' repurchase intention, especially for consumer goods, and firms should enforce their corporate social responsibility to capture customers' repurchase intention and in turn increase their customers' loyalty.

Repurchase Intention of Experienced Buyers in the Internet Shopping Mall by Using Customer Segmentation (고객세분화를 통한 인터넷 쇼핑몰 구매 경험자 재구매의도 영향 요인)

  • 이정환;최문기
    • Journal of Information Technology Applications and Management
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    • v.10 no.1
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    • pp.19-34
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    • 2003
  • Identifying customer repurchase intention is very Important for the Internet shopping mall to activate CRM (customer relationship management) in B2C (Business to Customer) eCommerce. In this paper, the experienced buyer's repurchase intention Is analyzed by using the approach of customer segmentation. Total of 979 samples, which had already experience of Internet shopping, are analyzed to demonstrate that the degree of repurchase Intentions differs from each segmented group. The benefit segmentation is performed by identifying private benefits for which consumers can seek among 14 services. The results show that the different group has a significant difference in the repurchase Intention. The results of repurchase intention can lead to practical recommendations for CRM in B2C eCommerce.

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Previous Satisfaction and Positive Word-of-Mouth Communication as Antecedents to Purchase Intention in Transmedia Storytelling

  • Park, Bong-Won;Ahn, Jae-Hyeon
    • International Journal of Contents
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    • v.6 no.4
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    • pp.90-100
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    • 2010
  • As the reuse of content becomes a strategy for the entertainment industry, managerial insight on customers is needed to be cultivated in order to run a successful business. This study analyzes the impact of previous satisfaction on consumption intention for content in another medium. To do this, two data sets are collected: cases of movie-to-TV series and TV series-to-movie and analyze them using a structural equation modeling approach. The results of our analysis show that satisfied viewers of a movie tend to communicate their positive feelings via word-of-mouth communication and demonstrate repurchase intention of another medium afterward. However, satisfaction does not automatically lead to repurchase intention in another medium. While satisfied viewers of a TV series show a statistically positive repurchase intention for a movie, satisfied viewers of a movie do not show a direct repurchase intention for a TV series. This result demonstrates an asymmetric relationship between satisfaction and repurchase intention across media, and its strategic implications are further discussed.

A study on the effect of postpurchase satisfaction to the trust and expectation of retailers. (유통업체에 대한 신뢰와 기대가 구매 후 만족에 미치는 영향에 관한 연구)

  • Moon, Seung-Jea
    • Journal of Industrial Convergence
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    • v.3 no.1
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    • pp.33-54
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    • 2005
  • This article examines customer repurchase intention change. Specially we focus whether pre-purchase expectation and post-purchase satisfactions to retailers contribute to repurchase intention change. The previous works of customer satisfaction and repurchase intention were empirically tested the product based on the disconfirmation theory. But this study present the relations between the satisfaction and repurchase intention to stores. First, this study deliberately classified the types of stores. And I set the repurchase intention process apart into three part for empirical wok. In one part, the effect of trust has on expectation was tested. At the second procedure I test the expectation impact to satisfaction. Part three was about the relations between satisfaction and repurchase. In empirical test, convenience 200 sample was used. For these sample I use questionnaires that include the intensity of repurchase intention to postpurchase dissonance. Statistically regression uses as a solid tool to prove the relations between consumer satisfaction and repurchase. MANOVA results support the level of effect that different each store. They were supported through regression analysis. Also, by MANOVA the difference of them was turned out to be significant.

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The Effect of Smartphone Purchasing Determinants on Repurchase Intention (스마트폰 구매결정 요인이 재구매 의도에 미치는 영향)

  • Lee, Joong-Bae;Baek, Dong-Hyun
    • Journal of the Society of Korea Industrial and Systems Engineering
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    • v.40 no.2
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    • pp.1-12
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    • 2017
  • The competition to acquire customers with repurchase intention is getting more and more intense in the saturated smartphone market. That is why the aim of this study is to investigate the difference in purchasing determinants between various age groups and gender. Furthermore we aimed to analyze which of the purchasing determinants influence repurchase intention. In order to gather information we conducted a survey on 252 respondents. We selected 5 purchasing determinants (A/S, H/W, switching cost, network effect and design) by conducting factor analysis and validity analysis. Then we analyzed how respondents of different age groups and gender perceived different purchasing determinants and analyzed the influence purchasing determinants have on repurchase intention. As for analyzing the difference of purchasing determinants throughout various age groups, the H/W, A/S, network effect showed a notable difference. The older respondents tended to consider H/W, A/S, network effect more importantly than younger respondents. When it came to comparing the results depending on the gender, male respondents tended to consider H/W factor more importantly compared to female respondents and the opposite was true for other factors such as A/S, switching cost, design, and network effect but there weren't any significant differences. Finally, out of various determinant factors, network effect and design turned out to have a considerable influence on repurchase intention. That is why it would be highly appropriate to say that if a company intends to boost repurchase intention, enhancing network effect and developing an effective design would be crucial. This study differs from other existing researches in that we analyzed respondents from different age groups and gender separately. Also unlike other researches we directly analyzed the influence purchasing determinants have on repurchase intention not customer satisfaction. This study is expected to serve as basic information that can be used to establish strategies both in an academic and practical level, allowing companies to boost the repurchase intention of the smartphone market.

The Effects of Selection Attributes on Attitude and Repurchase Intention for Home Meal Replacement (HMR): Focused on Moderating Role of Brand Trust (HMR 선택속성이 태도와 재구매의도에 미치는 영향: 브랜드 신뢰의 조절역할을 중심으로)

  • Ra, Chae-Il
    • Culinary science and hospitality research
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    • v.24 no.3
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    • pp.25-34
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    • 2018
  • The purposes of this study were to examine the effect of Home Meal Replacement (HMR) selection attributes on attitude and repurchase intention and to investigate the moderating role of brand trust between attitude and repurchase intention. This study surveyed the customers who have purchased HMR in Seoul and Gyeonggi area using a convenience sampling method. The survey was conducted from September 15, 2017 to October 25, 2017. A total of 250 questionnaires were distributed, and 237 copies were collected. Of these, 228 copies were used as valid data. The results of the analysis were as follows. First, convenience of the HMR selection attribute had a significant effect on attitude, and food quality and packaging had no significant effect on attitude. Second, attitude toward HMR had a significant effect on repurchase intention. Third, brand trust played a moderating role between HMR attitude and repurchase intention. Therefore, it is necessary for HTMcompanies to understand consumers' attitudes and consumption behaviors accurately by recognizing the selection attributes that consumers consider important By gaining strong brand trust, companies could increase repurchase intention.