Have you ever wondered why some stores are so specifically and liberally scented that you can smell them 50 yards down the mall hall? How about why cereal companies put games and puzzles on the back of their boxes? Make no mistake—they’re not coincidentally delightful details—these are purposefully architected examples of strategic marketing based on a branch of scientific research called neuromarketing.
Neuromarketing is great for businesses and here’s why: it allows companies to fathom human behavior on a profound psychological level. For businesses, this means understanding customers and their deepest needs better than ever before to predict and influence what and why they buy.
If you’re not yet hip to neuromarketing and its attendant suite of benefits and implications, welcome to your crash course! You’ll discover snippets from some of the best books on neuromarketing technique, how it’s done, why it matters, and how you can start using it today.