Tail Agreement Deutsch

Chris Anderson is an Anglo-American writer and editor, best known for his work at Wired Magazine. In 2004, Anderson marked the term “Long Tail” after writing about the concept in Wired Magazine, where he was editor-in-chief. In 2006, Anderson also wrote a book called “The Long Tail: Why the Future of Business Is Selling Less of More.” The Long Tail also serves as a statistical property that indicates that a greater proportion of the population rests within the Long Tail of a probability distribution, unlike the concentrated tail, which represents a high level of results of traditional traditional products, largely stocked by traditional retail businesses. So that our vehicles have a lasting impression, even if the taillights are no longer visible. The curve of consciousness is slightly different and precedes the acceptance curve – it looks more like a twisted bell curve with the longer tail on the left…