Word-of-mouth marketing is perhaps the oldest form of marketing that exists, not only that it’s still one of the most effective forms of marketing. It’s just common sense that when someone you know tells you about a great product or great service this word-of-mouth marketing outperforms other forms of advertisements. How to increase Word-of-Mouth Marketing Ask for Referrals If you want your current customers or contacts to give you referrals,
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This series of blog posts about word of mouth marketing (WOM) gave you a lot to think about. You’ve learned that word of mouth marketing can be an impressive and powerful way to build your brand. It can be incorporated into any marketing strategy no mater if you do B2B or B2C selling. You’ve learned that even the most amazing marketing campaign will struggle to make an impact if consumers
“Word of mouth” is traditionally thought of as something that happens mostly in face-to-face settings. In fact, the statistics support this: a study by Journal of Advertising Research showed that 75% of conversations between consumers about brands take place offline. Also according to them, 15% happens over the phone and “just” 10% takes place online. That does not, however, mean that it can’t be worthwhile to construct word of mouth
Over the next few days I’m going to tell you all about word of mouth marketing, you’re going to learn about the importance of word of mouth marketing in business and how to encourage it. You’re going to learn how to incorporate it into your social media, email and even mobile marketing efforts. To start though, I’d like to talk a little about what word of mouth marketing is and