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There’s a debate raging in the world of marketing. How many times must a consumer be exposed to an advertisement before it changes his behavior? According to one study, subjects “voiced a greater preference for the product after receiving three ad exposures” compared to those who received “either one or five.” Other [...]
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As an intern here in Luxembourg, it has often struck me how polite everyone is here. For instance, I have had to get used rather quickly to the habit of greeting a total stranger by saying bonjour or bonne journée when going in and out of the lift.
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