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Creating effective ads with neuromarketing

July 4, 2015 0 Comments
Creating effective ads with neuromarketing

Neuromarketing offers a very different perspective on advertising research than is found in traditional research methodologies. This new perspective embraces new answers to what might be called the three fundamental questions of advertising research: What is the purpose of advertising? How does advertising achieve its purpose? How can we best measure advertising effectiveness? According to […]

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The cognitive timeline, part 4b: Acting (consumer behavior doesn’t lie)

April 20, 2015 0 Comments
The cognitive timeline, part 4b: Acting (consumer behavior doesn’t lie)

Consumer behavior: The gold standard of market research data In contrast to verbal expressions, actual consumer behavior is the real deal of market research. This is data that all marketers ultimately care about — where consumers shop, how they shop, what they buy, how much they pay, how often they buy, what they tell their […]

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Market forces and ad persuasiveness

May 30, 2013 0 Comments
Market forces and ad persuasiveness

A simplistic approach to advertising effectiveness tries to draw a straight line from an ad’s internal characteristics – its creativity, catchiness, product depiction, value proposition, memorable characters, etc. – to a product’s success in the marketplace. I was thinking about such claims when I came across a 2006 article from the Journal of Promotion Management: Stanton, […]

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