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New e² article in Marketing Review St.Gallen 03-2016 Advanced in-context communication assessment explaining visibility and interaction performance of auto-play vs. click-to-play ads on Facebook and Twitter.   "Visual saliency as a necessary precondition for successful brand communication"   "Selective attention is the ultimate test that any brand communication has to...

Eye square’s expertise in using wearable devices continues.  For more than a decade eye square has incorporated the latest technology to offer the best possible methodology for our researchers and partners. Eye square supported KANTAR in a study on the theme of wearables in market research. For...

Researching the New Shopper Experience (NEW) Exploring how shoppers are more digital and emotional, while the research is more implicit and virtual Dublin / 27 September 2015 In combination with Congress 2015 The last decade has seen a dramatic increase of shopper research.  We want to discuss the reasons,...

eye square - Visual Measurement analyses, with the help a webcam, the visual impact of TV, print and online campaigns in a usual home PC media environment. New technology allows eye tracking studies in the UX and Shopper fields to be integrated in conventional online surveys and...

Michael Schießl believes that the measurement crisis is the reason why the power of the internet for efficient branding is underestimated. While performance-based advertisement usually accepts sales figures as proof of impact, a great apprehension remains regarding the branding effects of online advertisement.   The implicit research...