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Old 29th April 2011, 09:59 AM
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Re: Japanese language experiment.

fantastic idea for an experiment, and stoked its been done but ... where are the results? You can't do an experiment and just give vague results, its not how it works, especially at a Uni. These are scientists right?

If it said "Researchers found that, on average, people were 3 times more likely to recall a domain name in Japanese than in English" (or whatever), that is exactly what you need. A headline you can broadcast round the world, so people in advertising / branding then say "we are getting 3x more bang for our buck" and would rush to local language domains. Without concrete figures, its not worth much at all.

BTW, if the figures are there, but I have missed them, please let me know

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