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For instance, consumers who bought an Xbox are likely to be much more receptive to ads for Xbox games than consumers who bought a PlayStation.
MARKETERS CAN’T PREDICT WHAT YOU’LL BUY—EVEN IF THEY USE A.I.MATTHEWHEIMERJANUARY 2, 2021FORTUNE
They have reportedly found receptive audiences among anti-vaccination groups on social media sites.
HOW HACKERS COULD UNDERMINE A SUCCESSFUL VACCINE ROLLOUTDZANEMORRISDECEMBER 18, 2020FORTUNE
It’s no coincidence, he said, that during the time that Faulconer was in office and pushed for pro-housing policies, the public seemed to become more receptive to the city’s need for more housing.
FAULCONER ‘CHANGED THE DIALOGUE’ ON HOUSING, BUT RESULTS REMAIN ELUSIVEANDREW KEATTSDECEMBER 10, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
It’s possible that some people may be more receptive to criticism coming from an app than coming from a person.
AMAZON’S NEW HEALTH BAND IS THE MOST INVASIVE TECH WE’VE EVER TESTEDGEOFFREY FOWLER, HEATHER KELLYDECEMBER 10, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The group advocates self-denial and encourages supernumeraries to recruit new members among receptive friends.
ASK AMY: FRIEND FAVORS EXCLUSIVE GROUP OVER FRIENDSHIPSAMY DICKINSONNOVEMBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
He thought this her unusual wisdom and discernment, never dreaming it had been mostly his training and her receptiveness.
A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD SALEMAMANDA MINNIE DOUGLAS
I went to her in every mood, always to be greeted by the most exquisite perception, always the same delicate receptiveness.
IN THE ARENABOOTH TARKINGTON
This receptiveness to new ideas is one of the most remarkable features in St. Paul's mind.
OUTSPOKEN ESSAYSWILLIAM RALPH INGE
New receptiveness follows upon new curiosity, and new curiosity upon information gained.
DEMOCRACY AND EDUCATIONJOHN DEWEY
I did not feel that there was any receptiveness across the ocean for what was resisted here.
BUCHANAN'S JOURNAL OF MAN, SEPTEMBER 1887VARIOUS

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