Beware the Advertising Pretest
It may seem odd that anybody would have a problem with pretesting an ad or marketing campaign. It's hard to argue with the potentially money-saving (and mistake-preventing) insights research can provide. And in theory, pretesting makes total sense. The problem is that the science of advertising pretesting just isn't there yet.
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