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|Pot Noodle is officially worse than Google!|
UK Brand poll gets the perspective?
| 8:18 pm on May 8, 2007 (gmt 0)|
according to a Which Poll [which.co.uk].
|Google is the UK's favourite brand while Pot Noodle is the least liked, according to a new poll out today. |
Online retailers Amazon and eBay also featured in the top five of Marketing magazine's annual league table.
|Best-loved brands |
The top 10 best-loved brands are as follows, with their 2006 position in brackets:
- 1. Google (1)
- 2. Nokia (3)
- 3. Amazon (17)
- 4. Tesco (2)
- 5. eBay (4)
- 6. British Airways (9)
- 7. Coca Cola (7)
- 8. Persil (5)
- 9. Heinz (37)
- 10. O2 (15)
The bottom 10 according to Marketing are as follows, with 2006 positions from this league table in brackets:
- 1. Pot Noodle (1)
- 2. McDonald's (4)
- 3. AOL (-)
- 4. Sunny Delight (9)
- 5. Novon (3)
- 6. The Sun (10)
- 7. Man Utd (12)
- 8. The Star (8)
- 9. 3 (7)
- 10. Irn Bru (51)
What's with Irn Bru being in that list., has no-one got a clue ;)
| 8:38 pm on May 8, 2007 (gmt 0)|
Polls like that always make me question the methodology. How many people that chose Pot Noodle eat them? Were the brands supplied or did the people taking the poll supply them?
Have to admit that 'Pot Noodle' isn't very inspiring as a name.
| 8:46 pm on May 8, 2007 (gmt 0)|
8 out of ten cats prefer Kit E Kat
To being hit over the head with a baseball bat....LOL
| 5:46 am on May 9, 2007 (gmt 0)|
The most popular restaurant and the most popular "newspapers" are both in the list of the most hated?
We obviously hate them so much we just have to keep giving them our money to maintain the hate red!
This survey is a bunch of bollacks! (Am I allowed to use that word on this USA based site?)
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