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September Girl Group Brand Reputation Rankings announced

September Girl Group Brand Reputation Rankings announced


The Korean Business Research Institute released Brand Reputation for Girls’ Groups this month!

The rankings were determined through an analysis of consumer participation, media coverage, interaction and community indices of different groups of girls using big data collected from August 11th to September 12th.

BLACKPINK held the top of this month’s list with a brand reputation index of 11,211,456, up 12.99 percent in their score since August.

The high-ranking phrases in the group’s keyword analysis included “YouTube,” “Billboard,” and “Netflix,” while the highest-scoring phrases included “record,” “exceeded,” and “release”. BLACKPINK’s positive-negativity analysis showed a positive response of 89.02 percent.

MAMAMOO rose to second place on the leaderboard after increasing her score by 29.89 percent since last month. The group achieved a brand index of 5,893,884 in September.

Oh my girl took third place for the month with a brand reputation index of 5,147,279, an increase in the number of points since August of 12.81 percent.

Finally, (G) I-DLE and Red velvet rounded off the top 5 for September in fourth and fifth place.

Check out the top 30 for this month below!

  1. BLACKPINK
  2. MAMAMOO
  3. Oh my girl
  4. (G) I-DLE
  5. Red velvet
  6. ITZY
  7. TWICE
  8. friend
  9. Lovelyz
  10. IZ * ONE
  11. CLC
  12. APRIL
  13. Weekly
  14. Girls Generation
  15. Apink
  16. WJSN
  17. Dream catcher
  18. T-ara
  19. signature
  20. LOONA
  21. GWSN
  22. Rocket strike
  23. ANS
  24. Weki Meki
  25. fromis_9
  26. Cherry ball
  27. MOMOLAND
  28. woo! Ah!
  29. ELRIS
  30. women’s Day

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