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PROMPT As described in Chapter 4, consumers typically choose from three courses of action when they are unhappy with a product or service: voice response, private response, or third-party response. As marketers, we WANT consumers to complain in a time and place where we can correct the situation, avoid an escalation, and collect valuable insights.
Share an example of a unhappy consumer who complained via *publicly visible* social media (e.g. Yelp, TripAdvisor, Twitter, Google). Embed in your response a screenshot of the initial complaint. Below the embedded screenshot, offer the requested information. Cite your book and other sources as needed.
PRO TIP: Your colleagues and I will lend more credibility to your ideas when you demonstrate your investment in research idea. Reference credible sources, including your text, to support your ideas.
[Screenshot of initial complaint goes here]
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