Ask Athena: new marketing research tool powered by HUMAN Protocol
Launched yesterday at HUMAN's massive Paris Blockchain Week side-event, Ask Athena is a powerful new marketing tool powered by HUMAN Protocol’s Global Queries. Through it, anyone can ask a global audience important questions to conduct market research, optimize ad-spend, increase CTRs, and reach statistical significance faster, and at a lower cost.
Summary: Ask Athena optimizes marketing spend by allowing users to query vast, global networks of humans using a variety of powerful formats to enhance CTRs. Get in touch to try it today.
With Ask Athena, users pay only for responses from real humans. No more wasted marketing budgets; instead, a way to validate and verify propositions fast.
Never worry about your CTR again.
Ask Athena has been built with three functionalities. As HUMAN Global Queries expands the querying templates and formats available, so will new products be able to access a wider range of potential use cases.
HUMAN Protocol's Global Queries (formerly IMOO), is a generic global Q&A technology. Ask Athena is the application built using the HUMAN Global Queries technology; it is tapping into HUMAN's global networks of human workers to help use their human insight, intuition, and intelligence to inform marketing decisions. This is simply one of many potential products that could be built using HUMAN Global Queries.
The first of a potentially vast array of new global Q&A tools, Ask Athena can transform marketing research by allowing professionals to query global networks in a variety of formats to specify the questions they need, and get the data they want. If you missed the event in Paris, you can read up on the party, or stayed tuned for more information on the amazing week HUMAN Protocol has had!
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