Use eye tracking technology to create clutter-breaking ads

Young, Elliot
November 1981
Marketing News;11/27/1981, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p19
Trade Publication
Focuses on the trend in using eye tracking technology in advertising and marketing research. Reasons behind the use of eye tracking technology by marketers that rely on print advertising; Advantages of eye tracking approach compared with other marketing strategies.


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