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Advertisers Have Only 6.5 Seconds to Grab Attention

Advertisers Have Only 6.5 Seconds to Grab Attention

It should come as no surprise that advertisers spend millions of dollars each year studying the science of attention, both through empirical research and testing with target audiences. One add company's motto is "6. 5 seconds." That motto is based on ...

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