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Saturday, March 9 • 11:00am - 11:15am
Tech Overload, Marketing & the Age of Annoyance

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Like it or not, we live in the age of annoyance. Technology, electronic communications, gadgets, airline travel—as it all gets “easier,” it also seems to get exponentially more annoying. Annoyance is described as an unpleasant mental state that can lead to emotions such as frustration and anger. Sound familiar? When was the last time you yelled at your “stupid computer,” got frustrated that your smartphone could not find a signal or de-friended someone over one too many annoying Facebook posts? As marketers, we have the difficult challenge of trying to engage buyers who are constantly distracted with status updates, tweets, daily deals, IMs, text messages, emails, etc. Having spent two years researching these issues for his book The Age of Annoyance (http://www.annoyance.us), Gavin will highlight some of the root causes of technological annoyances and offer ways that marketers can effectively use email and social media without frustrating the end user.
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Gavin Jocius

Mktg DirCanvas On DemandProfessional: Gavin has worked in information technology, marketing, and digital communications for over fourteen years. He was the Director of Information Technology and Web Services at Duke University Alumni Affairs and the Global Marketing Manager at Lulu.com... Read More →

Saturday March 9, 2013 11:00am - 11:15am CST
Hilton Austin Downtown, Room 616AB

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