WPP & Google to Partner and Fund Academic Research

WPP & Google to Partner and Fund Academic Research
Scott Lachut, PSFK Labs
  • 3 november 2008

Famous frenemies WPP and Google are joining forces to the tune of $4.6 million dollars to fund a joint research project that establishes conclusively the ways online marketing impacts consumer behavior. Despite an often cited statistic that people spend 30 percent of their time online, current studies don’t show this activity translating into an equivalent amount of total spending on the web.  This inquiry will examine the ways offline and online interact and, one suspects, search for creative methods to bridge this gap.

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