Authors: Claude C. Hopkins,
In Scientific Advertising, Hopkins covers important topics, such as the most effective strategies a business can implement when advertising and the psychology behind them. But that isn’t all. Hopkins also explains how budgets should be made and how a marketer can test their campaign along with all other essential aspects of the advertising field.
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