NALC 2018: Catch, Keep & Capture: The Simple Formula Brilliant Brands Use To Turn Attention Into Retention

Recorded On: 08/13/2018

Our customers, clients, prospects and leads have no time to read our emails or watch our videos. They tell us our target audience has got the attention span of a goldfish—nine seconds. So how is it that those same customers can binge-watch 18 hours of Game of Thrones in one weekend? It turns out, some of the most successful businesses in the world have not just captured but retained their audience's attention, for more than just a few seconds. And they do it by following a simple formula designed to keep their audience chasing answers. In this gripping 45-minute keynote presentation, former television producer and best-selling author Andrew Davis will teach the elegantly simple formula for retaining your audience's interest.

Andrew Davis

Andrew Davis is a bestselling author & keynote speaker. He's built and sold a digital marketing agency, produced for NBC and worked for The Muppets. Today, Andrew Davis teaches business leaders how to grow their businesses, transform their cities, and leave their legacy.

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