Consumers May Be More Trusting of Ads Than Marketers Think

The early results from a recent study that Kent Grayson, a Northwestern University marketing professor, did on consumer skepticism left him feeling a little, well, skeptical.

So he ran the trials a few more times. Each time, when participants were asked what they thought of modern advertising techniques, they answered with words like “credible,” “fair” and “good.”

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