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From the First Moment of Truth to Micro-moments in Automotive Marketing

Around 2005, FMCG giant Procter & Gamble successfully promoted a model of marketing it called the “First Moment of Truth”. The phrase was built on its discovery that shoppers make up their minds about a product within three to seven seconds — or the time it takes to note a product on the shelf.

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