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Four Tactics To Build Your Word of Mouth

Four Tactics To Build Your Word of Mouth | Business Improvement | Scoop.it
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Word of mouth recommendations are the lifeblood of successful businesses, and anything that a business owner can do to put their business in a position where such recommendations become the norm, is an astute investment of time, energy and resources.


Like most things in life, creating the right environment that fosters continual word of mouth recommendations, requires strategic thinking and seriously hard work.


This excellent article, suggests that word of mouth recommendations are important on the road to building your brand, and it outlines four steps to take when developing your own strategy for creating word of mouth about your business offerings.

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Randi Thompson's curator insight, March 14, 2013 9:13 AM

Word of mouth advertiszing works!  Especially for those of us who are using social media to market.

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