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Amplifinity Marketing Director Theresa Trevor Featured on WOMMA Blog


Our Marketing Director, Theresa Trevor, has a new blog featured by the Word of Mouth Marketing Association today.2023

In the article, Theresa discusses some key ways in which the world of marketing and brand advocacy has evolved.  Using examples such as Cabbage Patch and American Girl dolls, we get a fresh take on how today's social world has led to the increasingly consumer-driven marketplace.

Check out the post here.

What Brand Advocates Can Do for You? WOMMA Blog by Dick Beedon


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Check out Dick Beedon's (Founder and CEO at Amplifinity) newest blog in All Things WOMM.

In Today's blog, Beedon digs a little deeper into just one of the ways a company can leverage their brand advocates to drive sales and marketing inititatives: Referrals


It's a Social Enterprise: WOMMA Blog by Dick Beedon



Our Founder and CEO, Dick Beedon, writes (in All Things WOMM blog - click here) about the Social Enterprise today, and how companies can and should be leveraging their customers and employees to drive sales and marketing inititatives.  Look for his next blog in All Things WOMM the week of September 3rd, when he discusses the finer points of referral marketing.

We would love to hear the ways in which your brand advocates have worked for your company.

Amplifinity's 9 Success Factors for a Referral Program - WOMMA Blog




Read WOMMA'S blog today; it features Amplifinity's Nine Critical Success Factors for a Referral Program.  How and why does your company's referral program succeed? We'd love to know!

WOMMA's Infographic - The Word and the World of Customers


"The most influential element driving purchases today is word of mouth," this WOMMA infographic emphasizes.  An excellent tribute to the sheer power of this marketing channel.

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