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Get early-bird pricing for eMarketer Attention! 2015

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The agenda for eMarketer Attention! 2015 is live—and that means early-bird tickets are available now! See our keynotes, agenda and more.

 

There are a limited number of tickets available, and current eMarketer customers receive preferred pricing. Here are just a few agenda highlights:

 


 

Keynote: The Science of Attention
Primal instincts are what make some apps, shows and products irresistible—while others fall flat. Keynote speaker and big thinker Patrick Renvoise sheds light on whether there’s really a “buy” button in the brain.

 

Ad Avoidance
Consumers keep finding new ways to avoid marketing messages and ad-blocking isn’t going away. Get exclusive data from eMarketer on ad avoidance, and then hash out what it means for media companies and marketers in roundtables afterward.

 

From Twitch to Snapchat: New Video, New Rules
Snapchat, Twitch, Vine and Periscope are changing the rules of digital video. We pair one of the leading social video platforms with a buyer that has some real skin in the game for a candid conversation. Sparks ensue.

 


 

We have a full day of content and conversation on tap—with the kinds of insights that only eMarketer can provide. And we have more sessions and speaker announcements coming soon.

 

Get your early-bird ticket today and reserve your spot for what’s sure to be a thought-provoking and insightful day.

 

Full event details are available here.

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