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The myth of the zombie consumer

February 26, 2015 0 Comments
The myth of the zombie consumer

Much of the fear expressed by critics of neuromarketing seems to be based on an implicit assumption that consumers need to be protected from neuromarketing because they’re weak and passive and, therefore, easy dupes of wily and clever marketers. This is an ironic assessment, because if these critics took the time to understand the brain […]

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Why neuromarketing is here to stay

February 18, 2015 1 Comment
Why neuromarketing is here to stay

Not surprisingly, we (the authors of Neuromarketing for Dummies) believe neuromarketing is here to stay — otherwise, we wouldn’t be writing this book! The main reason neuromarketing will endure, we believe, is because it isn’t just another clever concept developed by some consultant or academic. It’s a natural extension of a solid and established foundation […]

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A nod to Rory Sutherland: Acknowledging the value of intangible value

February 10, 2015 0 Comments
A nod to Rory Sutherland: Acknowledging the value of intangible value

Rory Sutherland is an executive at the advertising and marketing firm Ogilvy, where he has developed a practice around behavioral economics called OgilvyChange. He gave an influential TED Talk in 2009 in which he argued that advertisers (and by extension, marketers) should not apologize for what they do but should celebrate the fact that they […]

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The Future of Neuromarketing 2015

The Future of Neuromarketing 2015

By Dr. Kimberly Rose Clark & Matthew L. Tullman Editor’s Note: This excellent article was originally posted in LinkedIn Pulse on January 14, 2015. I thought it was important enough to try to make it a little more available to neuromarketing readers, so I asked for permission to re-post it here. The authors kindly obliged. I think […]

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