Walk your talk: an experimental investigation of the relationship between word of mouth and communicators’ loyalty

I. Garnefeld, S. Helm, A. Eggert, Journal of Service Research (2011) 93--107.

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Garnefeld I, Helm S, Eggert A. Walk your talk: an experimental investigation of the relationship between word of mouth and communicators’ loyalty. Journal of Service Research. 2011;(1):93--107.
Garnefeld, I., Helm, S., & Eggert, A. (2011). Walk your talk: an experimental investigation of the relationship between word of mouth and communicators’ loyalty. Journal of Service Research, (1), 93--107.
@article{Garnefeld_Helm_Eggert_2011, title={Walk your talk: an experimental investigation of the relationship between word of mouth and communicators’ loyalty}, number={1}, journal={Journal of Service Research}, author={Garnefeld, Ina and Helm, Sabrina and Eggert, Andreas}, year={2011}, pages={93--107} }
Garnefeld, Ina, Sabrina Helm, and Andreas Eggert. “Walk Your Talk: An Experimental Investigation of the Relationship between Word of Mouth and Communicators’ Loyalty.” Journal of Service Research, no. 1 (2011): 93--107.
I. Garnefeld, S. Helm, and A. Eggert, “Walk your talk: an experimental investigation of the relationship between word of mouth and communicators’ loyalty,” Journal of Service Research, no. 1, pp. 93--107, 2011.
Garnefeld, Ina, et al. “Walk Your Talk: An Experimental Investigation of the Relationship between Word of Mouth and Communicators’ Loyalty.” Journal of Service Research, no. 1, 2011, pp. 93--107.

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