The Attention Economy
presents the unique idea that a person's attention has a net value.
The concept of an attention economy
(Goldhaber, 1997, 2006) highlights audiences and the value of audience activities of paying attention for communication and cultural industries.
Keywords: Attention economy
, Buddhism, equity, inequality, information technology, relationality
The logics of meta-datafication and the attention economy
have no doubt played a role in what critics are now calling regimes of 'post-truth'.
The search for growth must come from innovating new business models, and our conference brings together executives who seek digital success in the post-sale, on-demand attention economy
First, many of our users have heard of the attention economy
, and they grasp its potential when it comes to consumer goods, movies, and other forms of entertainment.
Because of its abilities to play effectively in the online attention economy
, The Conversation has also produced an array of academics who now have a discernible public profile.
Beyond the reach of the prosumerized sound bleeding into much of the exhibition, there is a wealth of art that is seemingly at odds with a network-optimized attention economy
Paid Attention is a comprehensive look at the theory behind advertising in the attention economy
I've been thinking a lot about the attention economy
this week as I start working on the 2015 budget and brainstorm ways to increase CU Times' market share.
Nevertheless research also reflected upon human attention as a scarce commodity, and urged economists to regard human attention as the new currency of business and thus to forge the attention economy
paradigm (Davenport-Beck, 2001).
In this digital attention economy
, visuals are not optional anymore--unless you can limit your text to 140 characters on Twitter or in text messages.