When consumers are buying a car or choosing a vitamin or a bank—or almost anything—they may ask their friends what they think. But, only 38% will trust a product or a service more because friends recommended it, says an April Socialogue study from Ipsos.
Product Recommendations: That’s What Friends Aren’t For
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