Business is increasingly driven by sound. Isn’t it about time you started leveraging the audio you know is most effective? Veritonic is the first analytics platform built to quantify the value of sound.
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*Source: Nielsen Catalina
One of the most common questions asked in research presentations is this: Is that a good number or a bad number? It's not enough for us to see data – we need it put in context. What does it mean, relative to similar situations around the country? Read more at Jacobs Media.
In early 2018, Gary Vaynerchuk opened VaynerSmart as he looked to make a name for the media businesses in a new, emerging category: voice. Its VP, Patrick Givens, joined Scott Simonelli to talk about building audio experiences for brands.
The 2019 Audio Logo Index is out now! Is it possible that, these days, we’re hearing brands more than we’re seeing them? There’s a lot of evidence out there that would suggest we are. Start with the simple fact that, according to Nielsen Neuro Science, TV ads aren’t seen 61% of the time — but they’re heard.