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Abstract Celebrity endorsement is a common advertising strategy, yet, as well-known scandals show, it is not without risk. Studies at the marketing–finance interface investigate how negative publicity surrounding a celebrity endorser affects firm value, though without determining how such events...
Abstract How would consumers respond to mobile ads in spatially and temporally bounded captive environments? We theorize that consumers who are forced to wait are likely to perceive an abundance of time and ultimately become more responsive to mobile ads. To test our theory, we conducted three...
Abstract Many print ads are not on flat surfaces but rounded ones. For example, billboards, which are flat, are common examples of advertising, but there are also ads on telephone poles, which are curved. Even modern computer and television monitors are increasingly available in curved, not...
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