|Overview: Attention Economics|
The study of human attention as a scarce resource.
Modeling revenue for industries such as advertising that are centered around human attention.
What is Attention Economics?
John Spacey, updated on June 30, 2018
Attention economics is the study of human attention as a scarce resource. It is used to describe the value of free services such as video games that can generate revenue through advertising or by gaining a deeper relationship with customers that leads to purchases. Attention economics can also be used to calculate costs due to negative effects such as spam that consume people's attention but add zero value.
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