This is a post from our WordofMouth.org project. Check it out for more great word of mouth marketing tips like this every day. Here’s the fantastic thing about word of mouth: The good guys win. The companies who earn our respect and recognition — the ones we tell everyone about — do it by doing […]
I stumbled upon this word yesterday on p. 140 of John Williams' 1965 novel, Stoner. Williams puts the following words in the mouth of Charles Walker, "Confronted as we are by the mystery of literature, and by its inenarrable power,....
The emails show Texas’ key consultant putting words into the mouths of the state’s so-called expert witnesses, attempting to persuade them to selectively exclude data that did not match his anti-choice bias, and, in one case, walking...Show More Summary
You likely use many of these commonplace words that can negatively affect the way you're perceived and destroy your credibility. A slip of the tongue? A foot in your mouth? We've all had those moments when we wish we could take back something we've said. Read Full Story
We know that word of mouth works for product and service based business brands. But, does it work for a personal brand? Absolutely. People do business with and through people. Either you are connected with the end decision maker forShow More Summary
If you follow Destiny but don't play it, you've probably heard this line a lot: "the raids are the best part." But that's basically all you hear, and then you move on because of all the other negative word of mouth. So I wanted to ask...Show More Summary
Entering Advent and getting caught up in the church calendar. I surprised myself this year when, without thinking, I referred to December—and the start of Advent—as the new year. The words just came tumbling out of my mouth—telling a...Show More Summary
Marketing executives all agree, it's the most effective form of marketing out there. Yet, very few have mastered it. Here's how you can perfect your Word of Mouth Marketing.
Once you’re an established SaaS, you’ve overcome the beginner stage issues. You’ve got users, you’ve got some word of mouth going, and things seem pretty good. But if your business team gets too complacent, you can easily stall out and flounder. Mistakes that wouldn’t happen in a smaller scale startup can happen at an established […]
For the Arizona Cardinals this season, “next man up” has been more than a tired football-ism. It hasn ’t just been something a coach says robotically or black-and-white words out of a color commentator’s mouth. No, that mantra has been a way of living, breathing and winning. Show More Summary
Words about Kim Kardashian's "rear" came out of Pippa Middleton's mouth.
Your browser does not support iframes. Anyone who’s ever put club to ball has been on the wrong end of a power lip out and, likely, has thought if not mouthed, Tom Brady’s favorite word. Some of the best golfers in the world even take...Show More Summary
So yes, apparently Tom Brady does kiss his wife Gisele with that mouth. And it’s apparently all our fault. During his weekly interview with WEEI, Brady was asked about his habit of using profanity (and that one big proFanity in particular) during games. “I wish I did have a better mouth out there at times, but…
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Dave Whelan, the septuagenarian owner of former Premier League club Wigan, is having some trouble keeping his foot out of his mouth. Of course, when words like "chink," "chingaling," and phrases like "Jewish people chase money more than...Show More Summary
Wigan owner Dave Whelan is at it again, the man who appears oblivious to how horrible the words that come out of his mouth are has spouted racist recollections while still under FA investigation for other offensive remarks. Whelan was speaking to the Jewish Telegraph, perhaps in a bid to clear his name after making […]
This is a post from our WordofMouth.org project. Check it out for more great word of mouth marketing tips like this every day. 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 […]
Today we're going to discuss how one aspect of park life can help you build much more credibility and word of mouth appreciation between yourself and local residence, park owners, and park managers. This post is written with the intention...Show More Summary
Tilda Swinton. The ease with which those two words escape your mouth, almost as if it were a beautiful, dying breath. Few names conjure up more than just the image of the thing they represent. But with Tilda Swinton, it’s more than just her shorn locks and peaked cheek bones that appear. Show More Summary
Chapter 4 of The Marketing Plan Podcast The Age of Conversation is a myth, at least in title; the way it’s been named. There’s just not much conversation going on. If you take a look at your Facebook stream, for example, you’ll find, that about ninety percent of your Facebook newsfeed is conversation-less; just people [...]Show More Summary