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6 ways to turn a critic into a fan

[Welcome back to our Word of Mouth Marketing Lessons newsletter. This is text from the great issue all of our email subscribers just received. Sign yourself up using this handy form.] Critics are just potential fans that haven’t been won over yet. They represent opportunities — and if you can make them happy, they’ll tell the world…

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Word of Mouth Tip #154: Fans can help you build anything

When it comes to this word of mouth stuff, we see a lot of BtoB marketers throw their hands in the air and say these ideas will only work for the BtoC folks. But BtoB brands can have just as much fun. Take Caterpillar, for example. They’re not exactly what you would call a sexy…

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How Estee Lauder uses fan feedback — live Word of Mouth Supergenius preview

As we gear up for Word of Mouth Supergenius: The “How to be Great at Word of Mouth Marketing” Conference on July 20 in New York, our fantastic presenters are sharing some word of mouth tips as previews for the day’s 12 how-to classes, 12 real-world case studies, and 6 brilliant author sessions. Our lineup…

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Case Study: Starbucks — live from Word of Mouth Supergenius

4:00 — Kurt Vanderah introduces Starbucks‘ Matthew Guiste. 4:01 — Matthew: I want to talk about six ways that we can create action using social media. 4:01 — Matthew: A couple of assumptions: – You have a community and credibility in that community. – You have a level of buy-in from management. – You have…

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How Starbucks used fan feedback to help launch VIA — live with Matthew Guiste

Continuing our previews for Word of Mouth Supergenius: The “How to be Great at Word of Mouth Marketing” Conference on December 16 here in Chicago, we bring you word of mouth supergenius and Starbucks Social Media Manager, Matthew Guiste. Here Matthew shares a few tips on using fan feedback based on the Starbucks case study…

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How to use fan feedback to improve customer service and build trust — live with Bazaarvoice’s Sam Decker

As we gear up for Word of Mouth Supergenius: The “How to be Great at Word of Mouth Marketing” Conference on December 16 here in Chicago, our fantastic presenters are sharing some word of mouth tips as previews for the day’s 12 how-to classes, 12 real-world case studies, and 6 brilliant author sessions. Our lineup…

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