One naughty infographic: Digitally tracking who’s got a filthy mouth
Consumers still pick up the phone and call to get a lot of their answers when making a purchase. Click-to-call features in display and search ads are making it even more common. Unfortunately, the sales or customer service rep sitting on the other end can get quite the earful when the consumer isn’t satisfied. But with unique, digital voice analysis software, marketers are now able to track the number of expletives per call across categories (among many other things, from intent to satisfaction). Check out this infographic to see which industries are most likely to make consumers drop an f-bomb.
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