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Social Media Connections Count

Social Media: Ramping up conversations, clicks and conversions If you’ve been keeping up on your content, you already know social media engagement is all the rage. But for developing businesses, the party doesn’t end at “engage.” Fostering relationships and converting them into revenue is key to success. One surefire way to get there is to...
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How to Create Word-of-Mouth Brand Advocates for Your Business

One of the simplest yet overlooked business growth strategies is "Word-of-Mouth" While paid advertising and media stories may land you some significant customer leads, one of the simplest yet overlooked business growth strategies is word-of-mouth (or WOM). Entrepreneur defines it as “an unpaid form of promotion in which satisfied customers tell other people how much...
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If you don’t like it – tell us. If you love it – tell others!

My sister tells a great story about her daughter Jordan. When she was about five years old, she loved to watch infomercials. One morning she came running into the kitchen, very excited and blurted out – “Mom! Mom! we need to buy a Mr. Omelet pan, the eggs won't stick, it makes turning easy, and...
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Word of mouth marketing and advertising

Here's how it works. When you especially identify a screaming need for someone, offer a solution as a good will gesture and then come through with flying colors, you'll get talked about. A lot. Example? One of the StartupNation community members, nickname jonese, noticed that we were having a particularly troublesome time with spam in...
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The power of ‘Word of Mouth’

Have you seen the results of a study done by Intelliseek and Forrester this fall? The study indicates that word-of-mouth is far and away the most powerful way to influence the decision making of customers. To quote, "Consumers are 50 percent more likely to be influenced by word-of-mouth recommendations from their peers than by radio/TV...
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I”ll Tell Two People and They”ll Tell Two People

Brandi, who sells big and tall men's clothing, was an inspiring guest on the StartupNation radio show talking about her EBay store. My fellow blogger, Joel, also wrote about how she created her company so she could spend more time with her son. But something else struck me about her story. I couldn't help repeating...