Hug Your Haters: How to Embrace Complaints and Keep Your Customers
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About Jay Baer and Hug Your Haters
Jay Baer is the president of Convince & Convert, an online customer service and digital marketing consultancy and media company. He is the author of five books, including the New York Times bestseller Youtility. He contributes articles to Inc., Entrepreneur, and Forbes.com; writes the world’s #1 content marketing blog; and hosts several award-winning podcasts. He lives in Bloomington, Indiana, with his family.
Hug Your Haters shows exactly how to deal with both groups, drawing on meticulously researched case studies from businesses of all types and sizes from around the world. It includes specific playbooks and formulas as well as a fold-out poster of “the Hatrix,” which summarizes the best strategies for different situations. The book is also filled with poignant and hilarious examples of haters gone wild, and companies gone crazy, as well as inspirational stories of companies responding with speed, compassion, and humanity.
Whether you work for a mom-and-pop store or a global brand, you will have haters—and you can’t afford to ignore them. Baer’s insights and tactics will teach you how to embrace complaints, put haters to work for you, and turn bad news into good outcomes.
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