Boycotting Businesses Makes a Difference


In our ever increasingly social world that we live in, the voice of the people can be amplified.  Reviews on hotels.com, Google, Yelp, WordPress, Blog reviews, Angie’s List, and so much more.  We can try to blame it on smart phones, but the simple fact is that businesses know they need to relate to customers on a social level.  And as a result, boycotting and communicating our disapproval of policies can be an increasingly powerful tool.

Mind you, I’m not one of those individuals who boycotts everyone and every business.  I worry about the major offenders and spend my money with companies who reflect my values.  Life has enough struggles, so why support a business who adds to those struggles?

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Posted on July 7, 2014, in Business News, Lifestyle, Opinions and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Boycotting Businesses Makes a Difference.

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