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#Share : how to mobilize social word of mouth (sWOM) / Natalie T. Wood and Caroline K. Muñoz.

By: Wood, Natalie T, 1970- [author]Material type: TextTextSeries: Digital and social media marketing and advertising collection: Publisher: New York, New York (222 East 46th Street, New York, New York 10017) : Business Expert Press, (c)2017Edition: First editionDescription: 1 online resource (xii, 238 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781631574429Other title: Share : how to mobilize social word of mouth (sWOM)Subject(s): Viral marketing | Word-of-mouth advertising | Brand Advocates | Brand Ambassadors | Brand Endorsers | Consumer Reviews | eWOM | Facebook | Google+ | Influencers | Instagram | Pinterest | Social Influence | Social Media Marketing | Social Media Policy | Social Media Regulations | sWOM | Twitter | Viral Marketing | WOMM | Word of mouth marketing | YouTubeOnline resources: Click here to access online COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
1. Social word of mouth marketing (sWOM) -- 2. The social consumer: the who, what, why, and how behind sharing 3. Social business: it's not just about marketing 4. Legal and regulatory issues: clear and conspicuous disclosures 5. Social media policy and guidelines: the rules of engagement 6. Storytelling: what do you say and how do you say it 7. Social influence: the power of persuasion 8. sWOM on popular platforms Appendix: list of resources Index.
Abstract: Each day, millions of consumers venture online to search and exchange product information, seek out, and share opinions. Electronic word-of-mouth (eWOM) communication has been shown to influence consumer actions across a variety of industries (King, Racherla, and Bush 2014). A significant portion of eWOM occurs on social media platforms. Whether it is a status update of an upcoming vacation on Facebook, a picture of a laundry room makeover on Pinterest, or a YouTube video discussing the features on the new iPhone, consumers are turning to a variety of social platforms to make everyday purchasing decisions easier for themselves and others. Indeed, social word of mouth (sWOM)--a subset of eWOM--has incredible reach with the potential to influence over 2billion active social media consumers. The purpose of this book is to examine the influence of sWOM and provide guidance on how to operationalize its growing power. Our goal in writing this book was to bring together industry best practices and academic research to help you construct social media content that speaks with your brand voice, stimulates engagement, inspires consumers to share (#share), and that complies with industry and federal guidelines. Each chapter highlights a key area of sWOM that will further your understanding of the topic and provides actionable information to assist you in mobilizing positive sWOM for your company.
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1. Social word of mouth marketing (sWOM) -- 2. The social consumer: the who, what, why, and how behind sharing 3. Social business: it's not just about marketing 4. Legal and regulatory issues: clear and conspicuous disclosures 5. Social media policy and guidelines: the rules of engagement 6. Storytelling: what do you say and how do you say it 7. Social influence: the power of persuasion 8. sWOM on popular platforms Appendix: list of resources Index.

Each day, millions of consumers venture online to search and exchange product information, seek out, and share opinions. Electronic word-of-mouth (eWOM) communication has been shown to influence consumer actions across a variety of industries (King, Racherla, and Bush 2014). A significant portion of eWOM occurs on social media platforms. Whether it is a status update of an upcoming vacation on Facebook, a picture of a laundry room makeover on Pinterest, or a YouTube video discussing the features on the new iPhone, consumers are turning to a variety of social platforms to make everyday purchasing decisions easier for themselves and others. Indeed, social word of mouth (sWOM)--a subset of eWOM--has incredible reach with the potential to influence over 2billion active social media consumers. The purpose of this book is to examine the influence of sWOM and provide guidance on how to operationalize its growing power. Our goal in writing this book was to bring together industry best practices and academic research to help you construct social media content that speaks with your brand voice, stimulates engagement, inspires consumers to share (#share), and that complies with industry and federal guidelines. Each chapter highlights a key area of sWOM that will further your understanding of the topic and provides actionable information to assist you in mobilizing positive sWOM for your company.

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