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  • People suffer ad fatigue toward social media feeds
  • People suffer ad fatigue toward social media feeds
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People suffer ad fatigue toward social media feeds

The omnipotence of social media is infiltrating all aspects of life, making advertising ever more ubiquitous. Two studies have found that, while the constant exposure is frustrating for the majority, a sizeable number still attest to ads introducing them to brands they wouldn’t usually come across.

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