Print. TV. Email. Text message. Social media.
The amount of channels you can use to communicate with your customers has expanded and continues to grow.
To help you communicate with your customers, MarketingSherpa commissioned a study last month and asked 2,057 American adults about their channel preferences. In this MarketingSherpa Chart of the Week, we share their responses.
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