Author: Patrick Renvoisé
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0974348228
Size: 12.50 MB
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The first book to unveil a powerful combination of new discoveries on the brain and techniques to create compeling messages.


Author: Leon Zurawicki
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540778295
Size: 36.42 MB
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Over the last 10 years advances in the new field of neuromarketing have yielded a host of findings which defy common stereotypes about consumer behavior. Reason and emotions do not necessarily appear as opposing forces. Rather, they complement one another. Hence, it reveals that consumers utilize mental accounting processes different from those assumed in marketers' logical inferences when it comes to time, problems with rating and choosing, and in post-purchase evaluation. People are often guided by illusions not only when they perceive the outside world but also when planning their actions - and consumer behavior is no exception. Strengthening the control over their own desires and the ability to navigate the maze of data are crucial skills consumers can gain to benefit themselves, marketers and the public. Understanding the mind of the consumer is the hardest task faced by business researchers. This book presents the first analytical perspective on the brain - and biometric studies which open a new frontier in market research.


Author: Patrick Renvoise
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 1418570303
Size: 57.18 MB
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How can the latest brain research help increase your sales? Because paople are inundated daily by an average of 10,000 sales messages, selling is now tougher than ever. That's why you need to learn what neuroscience has uncovered that will immediately increase your selling and influencing effectiveness. Unveiling the latest brain research and revolutionary marketing practices, authors Patrick Renvoisé and Christophe Morin teach highly effective techniques to help you deliver powerful, unique, and memorable presentations that will have a major, lasting impact on potential buyers such as: The 6 stimuli that always trigger a response The 4 steps to align content and delivery of your message The 6 message building blocks to address the "old brain" The 7 powerful impact boosters to set your delivery apart from the rest Once you know how the decision-making part of the brain works, you'll quickly begin to deliver more convincing sales presentations, close more deals, crreate more effective marketing strategies, and radically improve your ability to influence others.

Neuromarketing A Peep Into Customer S Minds

Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN: 8120338685
Size: 55.97 MB
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Therefore, the researchers, in the field, have devised a new concept called neuro-marketing, which maps the cognitive behaviour (the way one thinks and reacts) of a consumer. This comprehensive book highlights various aspects of neuromarketing, its application to study consumer behaviour, and its techniques to strengthen brand management and advertising strategies. The book has been organized into four different sections. Section I details on essentials of marketing and brand management. Section II digs on to the rationale of neuromarketing, explaining the structure and the function of the human brain. The correlation between autonomic nervous system and brand communication is also explained in detail in the text. Students are also introduced to the concepts of brain laterality and to the various research methods used to conduct neuromarketing such as functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and coloured scanning. Section III digs on to the emerging areas of neuromarketing with the help of some important research pape Section IV discusses concepts of neuromarketing in an integrated approach. The section also presents some application areas with special reference to communication strategy, design and product life-cycle.

Neuromarketing Fundamentals

Author: IntroBooks
Publisher: IntroBooks
Size: 80.73 MB
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Nonconscious, unconscious, or subconscious? Brain versus mind: The word brain tends to be used when people talk about anatomical structures or circuitry in the brain. The term mind tends to be used to refer to the subjective cognitive states a brain creates. For example, the prefrontal cortex is an anatomical part of the brain, but attention is a cognitive “state of mind” produced by activity in the brain. Generally, we use these terms interchangeably. We consider “nonconscious processes in the brain” to be equivalent to “the nonconscious mind.” Unconscious, subconscious, preconscious, and nonconscious: There is a lot of intellectual baggage associated with all the terms that can be used to refer to the “not-conscious” processes in the brain. Unconscious has some bad connotations, in terms of both the Freudian unconscious and the association with anesthetized states. Subconscious, in turn, carries a “secondary” or “subsidiary” connotation, as if it’s something below and, therefore, less than the conscious. A similar term is preconscious, which often would be perfectly appropriate, but it implies that conscious always follows preconscious, and this isn’t always true. Given all these issues, we use the more neutral term nonconscious in this book. Using this term has the benefit of referring neutrally to “everything other than conscious”; plus, it’s the term that’s becoming the standard in the academic literature.

Ethics And Neuromarketing

Author: Andrew R. Thomas
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319456091
Size: 22.24 MB
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This book addresses the emerging field of neuromarketing, which, at its core, aims to better understand the impact of marketing stimuli by observing and interpreting human emotions. It includes contributions from leading researchers and practitioners, venturing beyond the tactics and strategies of neuromarketing to consider the ethical implications of applying powerful tools for data collection. The rationale behind neuromarketing is that human decision-making is not primarily a conscious process. Instead, there is increasing evidence that the willingness to buy products and services is an emotional process where the brain uses short cuts to accelerate the decision-making process. At the intersection of economics, neuroscience, consumer behavior, and cognitive psychology, neuromarketing focuses on which emotions are relevant in human decision-making, and uses this knowledge to make marketing more effective. The knowledge is applied in product design; enhancing promotions and advertising, pricing, professional services, and store design; and improving the consumer experience as a whole. The foundation for all of this activity is data gathering and analysis. Like many new processes and innovations, much of neuromarketing is operating far ahead of current governmental compliance and regulation and thus current practices are raising ethical issues. For example, facial recognition software, used to monitor and detect a wide range of micro-expressions, has been tested at several airports—under the guise of security and counterterrorism. To what extent is it acceptable to screen the entire population using these powerful and intrusive techniques without getting passengers’ consent? Citing numerous examples from the public and private sectors, the editors and contributing authors argue that while the United States has catalyzed technological advancements, European companies and governments are more progressive when it comes to defining ethical parameters and developing policies. This book details many of those efforts, and offers rational, constructive approaches to laying an ethical foundation for neuromarketing efforts.

Neuromarketing And Big Data Analytics For Strategic Consumer Engagement Emerging Research And Opportunities

Author: de Sousa, Joana Coutinho
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 1522548351
Size: 80.49 MB
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A new sub-area of marketing is emerging called neuromarketing. It combines psychology, neuroscience, and economics with the study of consumer motivations. This is leading to the creation of new technological approaches that enable companies to read the customer's mind and tailor marketing practices, products, and services. Neuromarketing and Big Data Analytics for Strategic Consumer Engagement: Emerging Research and Opportunities provides emerging information on the issues involved in the field of neuromarketing, including models, technologies, and the methodology of this field. Highlighting the intricacies of neuroscience, biometrics, multimedia technology, marketing strategy, and big data management, this book is an ideal resource for researchers, neuroscientists, marketers, suppliers, customers, and investors seeking current research on the integration of new neuromarketing trends and technologies.

Neuromarketing In Action

Author: Patrick M Georges
Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 0749469285
Size: 78.95 MB
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Neuromarketing in Action provides an in-depth review of how the brain functions and the ways in which it unconsciously influences consumer behaviour. It shows both the scientific frameworks and the practical applications of this increasingly popular marketing tool. Referencing many global brands such as such as Aston Martin, Hermes, Virgin, Facebook, Ralph Lauren and Fuji, the authors, whose background covers both neuroscience and marketing, showcase the latest thinking on brain function and intelligence, and on the subconscious influences on consumer behaviour. Neuromarketing in Action then examines the ways in which marketing efficiency can be improved through the satisfaction of the customer's senses, emotions, memory and conscience and looks at the impact on current marketing activities such as selling methods, sensory marketing and product modification, and on future strategies like value innovation, sensory brands, increased interaction with social networks and permission marketing.

Neuromarketing In Sports

Author: Martin Fett
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3656201404
Size: 78.48 MB
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Master's Thesis from the year 2011 in the subject Business economics - Marketing, Corporate Communication, CRM, Market Research, Social Media, grade: 1,0, University of Lugano, course: Sponsorship and Partnership Management - Corporate Communication, language: English, abstract: Until now, economic theory has not systematically integrated the impact of emotions on brand perception. Evidence from the evolving discipline of neuroscience suggests that decision-making is dependent on emotional processing. Interdisciplinary research under the label of “neuromarketing” arose. The key idea of this approach is to employ recent neuroscientific methods in order to analyze economically relevant brain processes. This thesis offers an overview of the current state of neuroeconomic research by defining the concept of neuromarketing, explaining methods that are widely used and describing current studies in this new research area. The study which was conducted within this master thesis finally provides guidance for future research. Several studies found that there are no separated ways for cognition and emotion in a human being’s brain. Emotions are deeply connected with cognitive processing and thus, even are a crucial part of human decision making. Since more and more companies want to enhance their brands, products, and services with emotions, they are trying to use this important precondition and are engaging in sports sponsorships, because sports as such is considered the biggest and most emotional power in entertainment business. Several authors claim that in addition there has rarely been coherent research for sponsorship in general – and if at all, then only regarding the awareness of the sponsoring brands. Also, companies are not really aware if they seize the high potential of their sponsorship activities. About 21% of companies that apply sponsorship strategies into practice do not even conduct a controlling phase. They are not measuring the achievement of their sponsorship objectives. Hence, they do not even know the success (or failure) of their strategies. Does sponsorship in sports have significant effects at all? Does it help to increase a brand’s image? Only explicit measuring is very common in controlling the effects of sponsorship activities. The probands are being asked whether they remember one brand or another and how they rate it. Too often, however, the results are biased by many wrong preconditions, for example the Social Desirability Bias or that the sponsors only want to hear what they want to hear.[...]