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Topics are what fuel your word of mouth. Without a topic of conversation, your talkers have nothing to share.

In this excerpt from our Word of Mouth Comic Book, learn the key ingredients that will help you create a short-term and long-term word of mouth topics plan. The big ideas include:

  1. Finding a word of mouth topic you can use today
  2. How to create a campaign worth talking about
  3. What it takes to build word of mouth into your brand

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