Bittersweet! Understanding and Managing Electronic Word of Mouth

@inproceedings{Kietzmann2013BittersweetUA,
  title={Bittersweet! Understanding and Managing Electronic Word of Mouth},
  author={Jan H. Kietzmann and Ana Isabel Canhoto},
  year={2013}
}
For ‘viral marketing’, it is critical to understand what motivates consumers to share their consumption experiences through ‘electronic word of mouth’ (eWoM) across various social media platforms. This conceptual paper discusses eWoM as a coping response dependent on positive, neutral, or negative experiences made by potential, actual, or former consumers of products, services, and brands. We combine existing lenses and propose an integrative model for unpacking eWoM to examine how different… Expand
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