In Peer Review We Trust: Consumer Reviews vs. Other Ad Tactics

Consumer confidence in advertising has been swiftly shifting over the past five years; 7 in 10 internet users now trust brand websites and consumer opinions over traditional forms of marketing and advertising. Where else has consumer confidence in advertising shifted? Find out in the infographic createdby Columnfivemedia with Flowtown

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