Neuromarketing & More

This is the Straylight blogg page with insights we would like to share with you. We are interested in the boarder line between marketing, behavioral economics and neuro science. Happy reading.

 

Important Findings For Print Ads

You might have known that an ad have a very short amount of time to attract consumers. But what you didn’t know is that a Dutch study of the brain’s electrical responses shows that you have 0.3 seconds. The study’s most striking insight is the processing speed of the human brain. Within 0.3 seconds, a […]

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Is The Most Annoying Super Bowl Ad Ever Also The Most Effective?

Is it possible that an ad that has made “most annoying of all time” lists and been dubbed the worst ad ever actually be one of the most engaging and effective? We all have ads that make us cringe, or even reach for the remote. My personal least-favorites are “screamer” ads, usually run by local […]

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Cialdini In Practise: Tupperware

How did Tupperware become so successful? If you’v read my previous posts about Cialdini you will know see how his 6 principles of persuasion can be used.. However, Tupperware was ahead of their time. The saleswoman Brownie Wise first came up with the “Tupperware party” idea in the early 1950s. She suggested that Tupperware sellers would […]

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Getting Consumers To Say Yes: Scarcity

In this sixth and last post of describing Dr. Robert Cialdini’s six principles of persuasion I’ll write about scarcity. I’ve written about reciprocity, commitment & consistency, liking, authority and social proof in previous posts. Cialdini, professor of psychology and marketing, was in many ways before his time when his book “Influence” was published 1984. He lays out […]

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Getting Consumers To Say Yes: Social Proof

In this fifth post of about Dr. Robert Cialdini’s six principles of persuasion I’ll write about social proof. I’ve written about reciprocity, commitment & consistency, liking and authority in previous posts. Cialdini, professor of psychology and marketing, was in many ways before his time when his book “Influence” was published 1984. He lays out six ways […]

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Getting Consumers To Say Yes: Authority

In this fourth post of post of six about Dr. Robert Cialdini’s six principles of persuasion I’ll write about authority. I’ve written about reciprocity, commitment & consistency and liking in previous posts. Cialdini, professor of psychology and marketing, was in many ways before his time when his book “Influence” was published 1984. He lays out six […]

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Getting Consumers To Say Yes: Liking

This is the third post of six about Dr. Robert Cialdini and his six principles of persuasion is constantly. In the first post, I wrote about reciprocity and in the second about commitment & consistency. Cialdini, professor of psychology and marketing, was in many ways before his time when his book “Influence” was published 1984. He […]

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