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No one noticed when this man's speech was fed to him by a 12-year-old. Welcome to the Cyranoid Illusion

Imagine if the words that came out of your mouth were spoken by another person. Would anyone notice? This idea was explored by social psychologist Stanley Milgram, famous for his studies into obedience, but he never published his results.Milgram...Show More Summary

The Power of Word of Mouth Influencers: Your Existing Customers

The power of a trusted opinion is priceless. Many people urge small businesses to get local influencers to write/talk about them, and that is good. But a missed opportunity is getting your existing customers talking about you, too. This strategy can be even more effective.

King For A Day: The Iowa Freedom Summit

DES MOINES, IA – Word must have gone out early, either by word of mouth, or by all those social media platforms that conservatives have discovered since 2008, or perhaps by that strange wingnut telepathy only practiced by the true initiates...

2015 NFL Bad Lip Reading

“Holla! We gon’ ball!” Bad Lip Reading returns to its bread and butter play, and puts hilarious words in the mouths of NFL players, staff and crew. Watch them talk and sing about pickles, Funyuns, rodent meat and more.

When Stories About Him Are All You Have Left

5 days agoOdd : Thought Catalog

Therapy is weird when you realize it's full of secrets, words, hopes you so badly want to share with someone, but your mouth clamps shut in front of the person you need to tell the most.

On Broadway, Word of Mouth Rules

For NPR’s All Things Considered, Brooklyn-based freelance arts reporter Jeff Lunden today filed a report about the state of all things Broadway. A realm where only one in four productions succeeds. Among those Lunden spoke to: deadline.com theater critic Jeremy Gerrard, who has been covering Broadway for three decades. Show More Summary

Word of mouth in the digital age? (Infographic)

Positive word of mouth has always been treasured as the golden ingredient for any successful brand, but as the world continues its relentless shift online, just how valuable are words in the digital age? Find out with thanks to this infographic from Yokoco.

5 Ways To Find New Leads For Your Business

2015 is here and if you are a business owner, one of your new year resolutions ought to be taking your business to greater heights. Most small business owners rely on word of mouth referrals to get new clients for their product or service. Show More Summary

‘Force Majeure’s Ruben Ostlund Does “Worst Man Cry” Over Oscar Snub – Video

After winning the Un Certain Regard Jury Prize in Cannes and going on to strong box office, great word of mouth and making the Foreign Language Oscar shortlist in December, Swedish helmer Ruben Ostlund’s Force Majeure was shockingly omitted from the Academy’s nominations roster on Thursday. Show More Summary

Practicing what we preach.

We study word of mouth marketing and why people talk at Brains on Fire. Check out our books if you want to know more about that. So every once and while, just for fun, I like to see what folks on our team are recommending lately and why. Here’s what gets us talking these days: […] The post Practicing what we preach. appeared first on Brains on Fire.

Destination Predictions for MLB's Top 15 Remaining Offseason Targets

The finish line is in sight, baseball fans! In just over a month, we will hear those sweet, beautiful words coming from the mouths of those in baseball circles: pitchers and catchers! But before we get to spring training and ultimately Opening Day, there's still work to be done on the free-agent front. Show More Summary

Why You Need a Social Media Strategy

Social media is kind of like a “digital word of mouth” and when done right you hope readers will pass it on and on… However, when done wrong, you can bet they will pass it on, fast.

CES is basically a Toy Fair for grown-ups. Is that a bad thing?

LAS VEGAS — Here at CES, buzz spreads faster digitally than it does by word of mouth. So when a third reporter on Mashable's internal chat room for the show enthused about their experience on the IO Hawk, I finally felt peer-pressured...Show More Summary

Mealy-Mouthed Labour

The mealy mouthed words of some Labour politicians never cease to amaze me and never more so than with the revelation that Scotland's first First Minister, Donald Dewar, took the view that it was "simplistic" and/or "hasty" to take a principled stand on a 300-year-old ban on Catholics acceding to the British throne. Show More Summary

Ramon’s 12 Rules for The New Economy – Word Of Mouth Is Simply Not Enough

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of speaking at a holiday event. Instead of one of my usual (but awesome) presentations, I wrote some thoughts on a piece of paper and shared what I thought these businesses needed to know to align themselves for 2015. Show More Summary

Are OKC Thunder a Playoff Team Without Kevin Durant?

As the Oklahoma City Thunder know all too well now, there are certain words you never want to hear come out of your star player's mouth. Kevin Durant, currently nursing a severely sprained ankle that has added to the time he missed earlier this season with a Jones fracture, provided the team with a wonderful example. " I can't play basketball. Show More Summary

Ditch Advertising and Craft Real Stories to Create Marketing “Fizz”

Ted Wright had an incredible idea for a word of mouth marketing campaign to capitalize on Delta Airline’s advantage as an employer with strong Atlanta-based roots. What if employees created yard signs that said “Your Delta Neighbor, Thanks for Flying With Us” outside their home? Frustrated that management didn’t want to get involved, Mr. Wright...

What It Really Takes to Be an Artist: MacArthur Genius Teresita Fernández’s Magnificent Commencement Address

4 weeks agoOdd : Brain Pickings

"Being an artist is not just about what happens when you are in the studio. The way you live, the people you choose to love and the way you love them, the way you vote, the words that come out of your mouth... will also become the raw...Show More Summary

Ditch Advertising and Craft Real Stories to Create Marketing “Fizz”

Ted Wright had an incredible idea for a word of mouth marketing campaign to capitalize on Delta Airline’s advantage as an employer with strong Atlanta-based roots. What if employees created yard signs that said “Your Delta Neighbor, Thanks for Flying With Us” outside their home? Frustrated that management didn’t want to get involved, Mr. Wright...

Christmas joy without piety

WASHINGTON — I once told a favorite pastor of mine that I liked him because he wasn’t too pious. As soon as the words were out there, I wondered if I should have just kept my mouth shut — I’m not good at that — since he might have found my compliment offensive. After all, [...] The post Christmas joy without piety appeared first on The Moderate Voice.

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