I am a marketer, but I am also a consumer. Recently I experienced plantar fasciitis. In simple terms: My feet hurt. I went to the doctor, who told me to buy better shoes that support my feet. I went looking: I started with a search engine and entered “shoes for plantar fasciitis.” I polled my friends via Facebook. I read Amazon, Zappos, and other shoe site reviews. I wanted to use the purchase experience of others to help me choose.
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