The Anatomy of a Hit

How success is measured in different creative fields.

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Marketers today are obsessed with metrics. From open rates, likes and downloads to cost per lead, cost per follower and cost per click, we’re always looking the right KPIs and the most effective way to determine success.

That’s why we were thrilled to find the Wall Street Journal’s interactive exploration of how success is measured in different creative fields. Ever wonder what makes a hit typeface? How about a successful 3D printed design? They have you covered.

Check out their findings here.

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