• http://twitter.com/content_muse Anthony Pensabene

    Thanks for gathering the data and good writeup, Myles.  I have an issue with separating traditional WoM with social channels..if my friend asks a question on Twitter and I answer, referencing a brand, I would catalog that as WoM though using Twitter..

  • http://www.facebook.com/seasideskinny Miranda Miller

    Great, informative stuff. But typos are disappointing:
    Consumers ar prepared to recommend any local business they use as long
    the experience warrents it. Some business types are more likely to be
    shared than others due to their nature – i.e. people got to restaurants
    every week

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    Datos verdaderamente importantes para que los ecommerce y los retailers reflexionemos. De hecho,  nosotros nos sorprendemos de la escasa relacion comercila entre ambos. Por ejemplo, una cadena de videojuegos lanzó un bidi para que los usuarios se descargasen en sus tiendas un juego muy chulo en el movil. Entraron miles de personas y, como la venta es un porcentaje de las visitas, pues ya sabeis que pasó. Interesante

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  • http://www.8womendream.com 8 Women Dream

    I’m confused, part of this survey says women are more likely to recommend based on offers: “46% of Women are more likely to recommend a business is they have a special offer vs. just 27% of Men.”  Then you go one to write:  “98% of Men would recommend a business which has a good special offer vs. 93% of Women.”  So does it mean that 98% of the 27% would recommend it verses a certain percent of the 46% of women.  I tried to look at the graph under men verses women, but couldn’t tell.