Advertising to Early Trend Propagators: Evidence from Twitter

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Lambrecht, A.; Tucker, C. M.; Wiertz, C.;

In the digital economy, influencing and controlling the spread of information is a key concern for firms. One way firms try to achieve this is to target firm communications to consumers who embrace and propagate the spread of new information on emerging and `trending' t... View more
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