CEO Dr. Carl Marci to discuss results March 19 during 12 p.m. Advertising Research Foundation webcast
BOSTON, March 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Innerscope Research(R), a revolutionary media research firm, recently conducted a live biometric study of an Advertising Research Foundation (ARF) conference and provided attendees with same-day results that identified key themes and styles that comprise impactful presentations.
Results of the study, which were captured and delivered during the ARF's Industry Leader Forum on Jan. 27 in San Francisco, provided conference speakers with critical insights into how to prepare and organize presentations for maximum audience engagement. Among the findings: using video clips and calling the audience to action consistently register high engagement.
"The results were truly eye-opening and have permanently influenced how I communicate for lasting impact at conferences," said Joel Rubinson, Chief Research Officer at the Advertising Research Foundation.
Innerscope partnered with the ARF to examine how new technology can be used to "listen" to consumers and deliver deeper insights into the drivers of emotional engagement during presentations.
Innerscope CEO Dr. Carl Marci will share detailed findings on March 19 at 12 p.m. (EST) during a one-hour webcast titled, "You're Talking, But Who's Listening?" The webcast, which is free to ARF members, can be accessed at: www.thearf.org
"We were honored to be the first company to monitor the real-time emotional responses of ARF audience members during the presentations," said Dr. Carl Marci, CEO and cofounder of Innerscope Research. "The results again underscored the significance of understanding emotions in order to best connect with your audience."
|SOURCE Innerscope Research|
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