Producers’ Boycott

Most traditional forms of non-cooperation can loosely be called boycotting. Producer boycotts refer specifically to the act of refraining from buying from a certain producer. The success of this concerted effort is largely dependent on the level of public outrage on a certain issue, and the credibility of the person calling for this campaign. Modern efforts, that generate enough media attention, can create PR problems in addition to affecting revenue. A well conducted campaign can bring attention to the sponsors of the effort as well as the cause. This will gain more visibility to an organizations ongoing effort.
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