Consumer Behaviour and Social Network Sites

The Impact of Negative Word of Mouth

This book provides a solid understanding of electronic word of mouth (eWOM) by taking the reader through the process of information diffusion from rumour generation in times of traditional word of mouth (WOM) to negative social eWOM and examining how consumers process it. Les mer
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This book provides a solid understanding of electronic word of mouth (eWOM) by taking the reader through the process of information diffusion from rumour generation in times of traditional word of mouth (WOM) to negative social eWOM and examining how consumers process it.


Consumer Behaviour and Social Network Sites tackles different themes relating to negative eWOM. Drawing on both intensive scientific research and professional examples, it bridges the gap between the academic and professional worlds. The book contrasts negative social eWOM to traditional WOM while discussing the specificities of different social networking sites in diffusing such information. It looks at why and how consumers decide to create, share and react to negative social eWOM, suggesting that there are more reasons than are commonly presumed for consumers to articulate themselves on these platforms. It also provides an appreciation of web users' behaviours with regards to negative social eWOM and how it can alter their decision-making journey.


The book concludes with several strategies and key takeaways to deal with and prevent negative social eWOM. Most books on WOM are purely professional and lack the theoretical contextualization of the issue. Moreover, they often provide insights on brand-to-consumer conversation but not consumer-to-consumer (C2C) communication. This short book provides marketing academics, students and practitioners with an important insight into these C2C communications that can potentially be harmful to brands.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction 1. Once upon a word... 2. ... social media amplified the voice for WOM 3. People started talking negatively about brands on SNS... 4. ... this impacted other consumer's reactions 5. So how can you deal with NSWOM? Conclusion

Om forfatteren

Sarah Zaraket received her PhD in Management Sciences at Pantheon-Sorbonne University, Paris, France. She conducts research on consumer behaviour on social media and has taught several courses on digital marketing, research methodology and innovation. Sarah is the founder of a digital marketing agency based in Paris and has assisted many brands in successfully building their social media strategies.