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Reader Response

In print media, a measure of reader interest in an advertisement based on the number of letters and other communications the magazine or periodical receives in relation to the ad.
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It stands to reason that authors will not be able to predict (consciously or not) the last detail of possible reader responses and that often authors' predictions will fail to foresee the responses of readers entirely.
Reader responses may be edited for length and clarity.
Mark Twain's Audience: A Critical Analysis of Reader Responses to the Writings of Mark Twain.
Advertisers in the June and November/December issues also receive an Ad Q Study, detailing reader responses to their ads.
Cheers' Reader Responses On-premise operators were the most skeptical and slowest adopters surveyed
The vibrant pictures on glossy durable paper create quite stark images that are likely to provoke reader responses. The danger with the layout is that a quick glance might persuade the reader that this is a concept book for younger readers.
And each year, while we consider changing out "the best thing to happen in the Valley" and "best business rumor" questions, the reader responses --sarcasm included--show an insight that is somehow comforting.
Our trademarked tracking of reader responses to the magazine's content began three-and-a-half years ago.
Osborne is the author of "Women Who Look Like Me: Cultural Identity and Reader Responses to African-American Romance Novels," in Race/Gender/Media: Considering Diversity Across Audience, Content, and Producers (A.B.
A packed room of attendees at the 2001 WasteExpo in Chicago enjoyed an event billed as, "The Great Debate: Is Recycling Garbage?" The debate featured writer John Tierney, whose New York Times Magazine article "Recycling is Garbage" in 1996 elicited more reader responses than any previous piece in the magazine.
* Reader responses to advertising are up 66% compared to 2002!
Reader responses highlight the effectiveness of the demagoguery in swaying Anglo-American opinion in California at the time.