Statistics do not necessarily support the notion that online-only marketing is more effective than traditional print; rather, surveys show that consumers are more prone to be affected by an advertisement in a physical form.

//Statistics do not necessarily support the notion that online-only marketing is more effective than traditional print; rather, surveys show that consumers are more prone to be affected by an advertisement in a physical form.

Statistics do not necessarily support the notion that online-only marketing is more effective than traditional print; rather, surveys show that consumers are more prone to be affected by an advertisement in a physical form.

Statistics do not necessarily support the notion that online-only marketing is more effective than traditional print; rather, surveys show that consumers are more prone to be affected by an advertisement in a physical form.

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