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  • Word of mouth influences most female shoppers
  • Word of mouth influences most female shoppers
    Garry Knight (2016) ©
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Word of mouth influences most female shoppers

Word of mouth recommendations can heavily influence consumer purchasing decisions – especially women. New research suggests around 96% of women seek out the advice of others before they buy or try, with 91% looking beyond family and friends for an outside opinion.

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