For the first time in the history of advertising, marketers now have access to research studies that, finally, take the guesswork out of creative… read more>
The field of neuroeconomics has gained ground in the past 10 years, with work exploring the brain processes that underlie decision-making… read more>
NeuroMarketing reduces the guesswork when it comes to digital campaigns… read more>
The big shift: Emotional Triggers
NeuroMarketing taps into our brain’s emotional centre which drives decision making. It’s the study of emotions and how the brain behaves… read more>
Email marketing, top 5 alerts!
With strong management pressure to prove sales, it has never been easier for email marketers… read more>
What are our screens doing to us?
Till now, the argument for those against digital in the boardroom has been simple; with an open screen, who isn’t tempted to check an email… read more>
“He who controls the database controls the market” is a fundamental principle of emarketing success… read more>
They don’t believe they have the problem that your product or service offers to solve.… read more>
This morning in my inbox there are no less than 7 emails from marketing campaigns actively telling me, as a prospective customer… read more>
After all, we all like to laugh. And we like to make our friends laugh. And so we send on the funny ads to friends… and the brand goes viral... read more>
I’m often asked to help with a “perfect” email template. Although every job and design is different here is a simple checklist that we use… read more>
Leo recommends a process of taking stock, thinking about where we’ve been, and to use that experience to grow… read more>
You know that feeling; you’ve been very busy all day – doing nothing – the frustration of knowing you’ve worked hard, but nothing was achieved… read more>
I am often asked, what was the most successful
This is another one for the email marketer who wants to try-it-once
-and-see-if-it works. Don’t waste your money… read more>
If you’ve ever asked yourself, “Well, that was idiotic, what was I thinking?” An awareness of our brain’s emotional default provides insight… read more>
In this TED’s talk Julia Dhar suggests it’s time we reshape the way we talk to each other so we can start disagreeing productively… read more>
An author on business writing (Tom Sant) describes four languages of failure which often get between us and our audience… read more>
Sunsilk joins the long list of brands specialising in the art of neuro persuasion that, when done with emotional respect and insight, can drive home a strong message it… view video>
In order to maintain its power, common anxiety (sometimes called worrying) needs your help. Constant reminders, moments of conflict and concrete… read more>
The principles of NeuroMarketing have been with us for two decades. It is surprising that I still encounter CEOs and BDMs as yet unaware of this knowledge… read more>
Special occasions or temporal landmarks, such as a new year, or a birthday cause people to reflect on their lives in a big-picture way, which in turn inspires them to set goals for better behavior. This phenomenon is referred to as the fresh-start effect. read more>
If you’re pursuing your passions, if you’re learning, and if you’re forging meaningful relationships, you’re probably on track to do great things – even if you aren’t extraordinarily famous or wealthy...
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