Using Online Conversations to Study Word-of-Mouth Communication

@inproceedings{Godes2004UsingOC,
  title={Using Online Conversations to Study Word-of-Mouth Communication},
  author={David Godes},
  year={2004}
}
M are very interested in word-of-mouth communication because they believe that a product’s success is related to the word of mouth that it generates. However, there are at least three significant challenges associated with measuring word of mouth. First, how does one gather the data? Because the information is exchanged in private conversations, direct observation traditionally has been difficult. Second, what aspect of these conversations should one measure? The third challenge comes from the… CONTINUE READING
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