Tell me about it

Cowlett, Mary
March 2010
Marketing (00253650);3/17/2010, p31
Trade Publication
The article discusses transparency between marketers and consumers in Great Britain. It explains how marketers and their research partners open their ears to listen the consumers. It cites the popularity of online social networks as medium to open up two-way dialogue with consumers who are comfortable about sharing their experiences.


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