By Shea Bennett on April 15, 2014 9:00 AM
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How often do you use email?
If you’re of a certain age (i.e., an adult) and work in any kind of office environment, chances are that your answer is somewhere between “regularly” and “all the time”. In fact, for the average office worker, email is now so much a part of their day-to-day life that it’s become part of the furniture.
Did you know that the human brain processes visual information up to 60,000 times faster than plain text?
Smart marketers caught on to this fact a long, long time ago. From our earliest days of cave drawings (arguably the first “promotional” message) and smoke signals to Facebook and Twitter, we have learned that people understand and remember images at a significantly greater rate than written information, or even sound. And, in this modern, social world, this science has never been clearer.