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Putting a human face on a product: When brand humanization goes wrong

When companies put a human face on their brand, the public usually responds positively. This advertising approach has brought us alarm clocks with sleepy faces and color-coated chocolate candies with legs and arms. But a new study finds there is a greater backlash by the public when a product branded with human characteristics fails.
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