Posts Tagged ‘word-of-mouth’

12 Reasons Why You Should Build An Online Community In 2015

Posted by Adriana RochaMonday, February 23, 2015, 5:23 am 5 Comments
In addition to being a source of innovation and inspiration for marketing, online communities can benefit your business in many other ways.
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Conclusive Proof That Social Media Data Predict Sales…Now What?

Posted by Joel RubinsonTuesday, November 25, 2014, 17:48 pm No Comments
Now that we know that social media data are quantitative and predictive, we must create research protocols to harness their full transformative power.
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From the Client Side: An Interview With Marc Philippe Witham

Posted by Ron SellersTuesday, September 24, 2013, 8:09 am 6 Comments
To hear more from the perspective of the corporate researcher, this new occasional Greenbookblog.org feature will spend some time with a researcher From the Client Side. This particular interview continues the conversation about vendor marketing – what vendors do in their sales and promotion efforts that attracts and repels client-side researchers.
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