As someone who happily interchanges phrases such as buzz-, viral- and word-of-mouth marketing (but who welcomes discussion of the topic because it inevitably introduces the concepts of trust, credibility and dialogue) here’s an article on Five Common Misconceptions About Buzz Marketing from one of the subject’s key authors, Emanuel Rosen. It’s a good read.
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