Word of Mouth

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Rumors through oral communication, gossips spreading through spoken communication

Etymology:

  • It is the mature of most people they like to tell their friends about something that they watch or observe. The news are also often spread by “word of mouth” more often which influences the reputation of people. It is often considered by the companies that the “word of mouth” is more important than any other means like advertisements, billboards and newspapers.

Many companies tend to excel by word of mouth.

Additional definitions for 'Word of Mouth':

word of mouthVerbal means of passing of information.
word of mouthAdvertising from a satisfied customer
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