Feb 11, 2013
“You had me at Hello;” “I love the smell of napalm in the morning;” “Hello, my name is Inigo Montoya.” Why do these particular quotes stick in our heads while the rest of the scripts are quickly forgotten?
Jan 31, 2013
What does "Quantified Communications" mean?
To define Quantified Communications, a term coined by Quantified Impressions, let's start with the facts:
Jan 07, 2013
Academic Psychology research suggests that more and more American university students think they are something special. High self-esteem is generally regarded as a good thing for personal and professional success - but could too much of it actually make you less successful?
Dec 12, 2012
Did you know there are six scientifically validated principles that explain how you be more persuasive?
Nov 05, 2012
Three days after Obama was elected in 2008, the NYTimes and many political experts declared the 2008 election to be "The Social Media Election":
Oct 23, 2012
Wonderful article on ABC.com about our debate analytics. Link to full article here
Oct 22, 2012
Press Coverage: London Daily Telegraph: Former President Bill Clinton rides to the help of President Barack Obama
Great to see our analytics on the second presidential debate covered by the London Daily Telegraph:
"Did the second debate mute Mitt's momentum in the race? That remains unclear. It's safe to say Obama probably stopped the bleeding. The question is: how much blood to did he lose after the first debate?
Oct 18, 2012
Press ReleaseQuantifying the Second Presidential Debate: New Science of Quantified Communications Objectively Compares Candidate's Performances
AUSTIN, October 18, 2012 – Did Barack Obama really improve in the second debate? Did Mitt Romney continue to communicate effectively at this critical stage? According to new data just released by personal communications analytics company Quantified Communications, President Obama made a variety of key changes in his communication effectiveness, while Mitt Romney strongly maintained his communications strategy from the first debate.
Oct 17, 2012
The following is our proprietary analysis of the first presidential debate between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney from October 3, 2012.
We have analyzed voice, video, and semantic content data extracted from video of the debate using over 30 metrics with proven significance to public presentation impact. The results of this effort are presented in the context of relevant industry norms to yield our overall assessment results that follow.
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