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The importance of getting audio right is well-established at this point. Now marketers just need to know what to do to ensure they’re capitalizing on the opportunity.
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*Source: Nielsen Catalina
FEATURED • June 25, 2020
As any brand marketer will tell you, find what works…project it that way over and over again. That formula continues to make some of the most perennially iconic brands even stronger as time goes on. Sometimes context changes that formula...
PRESS RELEASE • June 25, 2020
Insurance giants Liberty Mutual, State Farm, and Farmers Insurance took the top three spots, with Veritonic Audio Scores of 88, 87, and 86, respectively. Little Caesars, Intel, and T-Mobile were also among the top 10.
PRESS • June 23, 2020
With COVID-19, it’s undeniable that consumers’ purchasing habits have changed. How do brands stay in touch with their customers while remaining sensitive to the larger challenges? How can they best utilize the intimacy of podcasting?