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Optimize Persuasion With Reaction Graphs

“Content is king!”  – Bill Gates Many factors impact your commercial’s persuasion: visual, music, actors, content, and more. With the rise of auto-mute videos on major social media channels such as Facebook, copy points (what’s being said) became more important than ever when considering your omni-channel strategies. In addition to high quality quantitative and qualitative

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Interviews with Innovators: Dr. David Robinson

As part of our Innovator Interview Series, every month Spot Trender interviews Marketing/Advertising innovators on the future of data-driven marketing to learn the latest theories, principles, and mindsets that work. We also ask these experts for tips and stories on how to implement these ideas successfully. This month we had the pleasure to interview with

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Innovator Interview: Chris Gomez, Toyo Tires

As part of our Innovator Interview Series, every month Spot Trender interviews Marketing/Advertising innovators on the future of data-driven marketing to learn the latest theories, principles, and mindsets that work. We also ask these experts for tips and stories on how to implement these ideas successfully. This month we featured our interview with Christopher Gomez,

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Optimize Persuasion With Reaction Graphs

“Content is king!”  – Bill Gates Many factors impact your commercial’s persuasion: visual, music, actors, content, and more. With the rise of auto-mute videos on major social media channels such as Facebook, copy points (what’s being said) became more important than ever when considering your omni-channel strategies. In addition to high quality quantitative and qualitative

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