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Beyond Buzz: The Next Generation of Word-of-Mouth Marketing

by Lois Kelly

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0814473830, Hardcover)

Marketers talk about creating 'buzz' - something which always threatens to fade away as soon as the next sound bite arrives to take its place - but only the smartest of marketers realize that to be effective, word-of-mouth has to have the right message attached to it: the kind that gets people talking and results in real communication. "Beyond Buzz" shows readers how to listen to customers, identify what is important to them, and then craft the kind of message that will truly resonate...and not just fade away.

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It's official: the old marketing model is dead, and word of mouth is king. But while a lot of attention has been paid to the mechanics of creating buzz, only the savviest of marketers have learned to focus on crafting the right kind of message -- because without it, even the loudest buzz will soon die down. Beyond Buzz shows readers how to listen to customers, identify what is important to them, and then craft the kind of message that will truly resonate and spark conversation.… (more)

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