detractor


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The detractors are the ones, who constantly propagate about the bad experience they are having with any product.
Hooda's detractors have also cited the party's poor performance in the recent general elections, in which the party lost eight out of nine seats it had clinched in the 2009 LS polls, to demand Hooda's ouster.
While all companies long for an advocate to sing the praises of its products and services, none want a detractor.
A company's NPS can range from -100 to +100, depending on how many promoter and detractor customers they have.
The detractor has written to the couple warning them that their enlightened topiary will bring a curse upon their Grade II listed home, the Daily Mail reports.
from initial passively satisfied to detractor after the campaign).
During the last 15 years, however, metal cleanliness--specifically inclusions--emerged as the preeminent quality detractor, particularly for premium and commercial grade castings in which high strength to weight ratios, machined surface finish, fracture toughness and low cycle fatigue performance are primary design considerations," he said.
Spiriva (tiotropium; Boehringer): What other drug (not covered in this report) did one Detractor say they preferred to Spiriva?
HARYANA Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda has added one more detractor to his list.
In comparison, each Detractor can cost a business 0.
Indeed, the main reason JFK continues to command attention is that his various identities seem both inexhaustible and incompatible, to champion and detractor alike: bootlegger's son, Harvard man, World War II hero, feckless junior senator, cutthroat politician, civil rights champion, Cold Warrior, liberal, tax-cutter, Rat Packer, family man, womanizer, martyr--the list is virtually endless.
While more and more universities create nanotechnology degree programs, companies are evenly split as to whether they are an advantage or a detractor.
We'll learn who our opponent is by evening's end, but until the curtain comes down, our intrepid anchor team from Atlanta bring us a series of reports and in-studio guests: retired generals, pundits, men on the streets, war supporters and the occasional detractor.
E[acute accent]'Bad profits' are generated by a company's failure to deliver on a promise; deceives a customer or takes advantage of a customer's inability to easily switch to a competitor's services, reaping rewards at the customer's expense and creating a detractor in the process.
Ultimately, the consumer is a brand's greatest advocate or detractor, based on the degree to which their needs, wants and aspirations are met," said Christopher Wilshire, Director of Strategy for Kindred Keziah's New York office.