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Our campaign is about raising awareness for the need to protect biodiversity and prevent human-caused extinction. Our audience for this topic could potentially be large, but due to the nature of the social media sites used for the campaign, our … Continue reading →
User 1: “The purpose of this blog is to raise awareness and educate people about endangered species in the wild and conservation Users can obviously like, reblog, and submit to this blog to help spread information. Maybe (if possible) add … Continue reading →
Q: How are you feeling about the overall effectiveness of your campaign? What specific concerns do you have about your testing protocol or your campaign? What do you hypothesize that you might learn from the testing? A: I feel that … Continue reading →
The most helpful test for us to do might be a hallway test, because it is most realistic and similar to random users that would come across our campaign sites on the internet. 1. User will view site for … Continue reading →
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