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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 […]
We are all familiar with the process of going grocery shopping. You go to the store, look for a special category of products and then make a decision. Sounds simple, doesn’t it? Think again! The decision making process is very complicated and has been studied for quite some time now. Research has shown that the […]
Working with neuromarketing is a lot about looking ahead and moving forward in trying to understand more of our cognitive brains and how we make decisions in everyday life. Since neuromarketing has come a long way in exploring this field the last decade, it’s interesting to look back at some of the big brands that […]
By now, you should be familiar with the word Neuromarketing. Best described as marketing to our non-conscious, or subconscious, even if it might sound like a really big, bad and perhaps dangerous word. It’s actually quite simple. Some brands like to use humor. That’s Neuromarketing. Others like to use visualization. That’s Neuromarketing too. Imagine this. […]
Many organizations and advertisers are using violence in advertising today. A lot of ads are showing fearful scenarios and provocative images but is it really the best way to stand out with the message? New insights can be found using EEG testing. Interesting research shed new light on how to tackle the problem known as […]
In this article I will, in a simple way, try to explain something that is usually described more complex. And the processes are academic, they are complex and essentially require some underlying understanding of how our brains work. Neurometrics is based on measuring the brain’s electrical activity and neurological responses. Certain frequencies of brain waves […]