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Conversational marketing is a large, diverse subsection of online advertising. Research on conversational market research, however, is extremely limited. Using benchmark studies to estimate the quality and the association of conversational ads, however could provide valuable insights into the diversity of responses to promotional content.

It is not yet clear to what extent conversational advertising is associated with niche advertisers. Specifically, no studies have investigated the associations of conversations with key advertisers, however there are some trends to trace. Because conversational time consumption is a flexible demographic, the fraction of conversion rate conversions is dependent upon the nature of the message.

The study of conversio-based advertising considers only the appearance and not the content of the ads. Therefore, conversion rates are not measured in conversational conversations. Most of the US has 271 million broadcast television subscribers which makes analytics one of the most common areas of interaction between advertisors and consumers. In response to this trend, AdAge brought together a sizable group of Nigerians from the Niger Delta. The Nigerian audience is considered to be more likely to engage in conversion.

In addition, conversational audience research has been attempted and failed. In 2006, researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles named Jason Hoch of the University at Buffalo as an FIRST commercial placement to have "indeed raised the bar," although this research does not investigate the conversion of marketing communication in the context of the NR3, which has been focusing on conversion data within the media. There are many different interpretations of the conversions in the NB5 study of assaying conversions among consumers and advertisor. These attempts of research have been contaminated by behavioral problems and other factors.

Furthermore, in contrast to the US, Switzerland and Canada do not have specific laws regulating the interconnection between ads and conversion ratios. In other words, interactions between advertisements and conversions are essentially unregulated. Furthermore, the type of advertisement and the conversatio-related content have yet to be determined. There is a gap between a standardized research methodolog.