word of mouse


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word of mouse

The digital version of "word of mouth." Reviews, blogs and social media postings have become the word of mouth in the 21st century. See word of finger.
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In an era where the growth of companies has often put more and more distance between organisations and their customers, Project Shakti is a great example of marketing going back to basics -- face to face contact, personal relationships and word of mouth -- as opposed to word of mouse.
All the girl want to party there .The business work with word of mouse , yelp facebook...Sold with the website, brand, characters etc.Priced to sell.
Table 1 Sample of Word of Mouse Comments Negative Positive "You could not pay me enough to "I am fairly new to dialysis but I work in dialysis.
In Word of Mouse: 101+ Trends in How We Buy, Sell, Live, Learn, Work, and Play, Marc Ostrofsky predicts the biggest tech trends of 2014, and discusses how businesses can get the most out of new and innovative tools.
WORD OF MOUSE: 101+ TRENDS IN HOW WE BUY, SELL, LIVE, LEARN, WORK AND PLAY blends computer insights with social and technological approaches to everything from shopping and education to health and safety, and teaches parents how to bridge the digital gap with kids by using social media, consumers how to make better shopping decisions using the 20 best mobile apps, and general users how to understand modern digital classroom approaches.
Word of Mouse is a resource you'll refer to again and again.
Word of Mouse explores the Web's future development and what it will mean for businesses and consumers.
They have a useful website and are also active on Twitter and Facebook, answering questions about menus from followers and promoting special events through word of mouse through a viral network of satisfied customers.
"The best way a destination gets promoted is by word of mouth or by word of mouse."
Now that we have 'word of mouse', tell me why the heck aren't we listening?
"Word of mouth has been replaced by word of mouse," he warned.
Entertaining marketing is also more likely to be shared among people, leading to what's being called "word of mouse."